Firebird Database Project Admin Apologises to mozilla.org for Mailbombing
Saturday April 26th, 2003
In an update to an earlier article, IBPhoenix is reporting that Ann Harrison of the Firebird database project has apologised to mozilla.org Staff for "problems a mailbombing may have caused". The apology was made at the request of the Debian project's Jonathan Walther, who has offered to mediate in the dispute. The article also reports that the Firebird Admins and the FirebirdSQL Foundation are trying to open a more formal channel of communication with mozilla.org.
#33 Valuable developer. And back to normal life...
Sunday April 27th, 2003 1:27 PM
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> [...] Ben has done a Magnificante amount of work [...]
True. As an additional detail, although I don't know him, I'm remembering that Ben was who fixed the dataloss bug 86501 (time ago) in nsBookmarksService::WriteBookmarks, with a very safe procedure, writing to a temporary file and renaming it only if the write operation succeeded. This can be a good example in order to fix other similar dataloss bugs, like 192425. Thanks, Ben!
And, as said before, that document with TMs is previous to the very new branding of this Friday. Today is weekend. Please give the people time to update documents according to the new branding guidelines.
And relax a little, confusions and mailbombings are in the past, and surely the admins of both OS projects will talk between them. It seems that we can go back to normal life. ;-)