Slides from Daniel Glazman's Talk on Nvu at Mozilla Developers Meeting in Europe 4.0 Available
Sunday February 22nd, 2004
The slides from Daniel Glazman's talk on Nvu at this weekend's Mozilla Developers Meeting in Europe 4.0 at FOSDEM 2004 are now available. Consisting mostly of technical information, the slides also cover how the Nvu project was started, what's been developed so far and what's coming up in the future.
I have it on good authority that Talkback is back in recent nightly Seamonkey trunk builds.
Congrats to the drivers and the developers.
Yip, yip, yip, yee ha!
Thank goodness. We've needed this forever.
That's good, but they don't have the mozilla.org talkback servers set up yet, so the talkbacks are going to Netscape/AOL where it's hard for developers to get the information back from.
Also, what does this have to do with FOSDEM slides?
#6 Re: Re: Talkback is back
Monday February 23rd, 2004 8:43 AM
"the talkbacks are going to Netscape/AOL where it's hard for developers to get the information back from."
No they're not.
#7 Re: Re: Re: Talkback is back
Monday February 23rd, 2004 12:22 PM
That would be good, but last time I checked, they were going to "talkback.mozilla.org". The DNS for talkback.mozilla.org says:
talkback.mozilla.org is an alias for talkback.netscape.com.
talkback.netscape.com is an alias for talkback-s01.websys.aol.com.
talkback-s01.websys.aol.com has address 188.8.131.52
#8 Re: Re: Re: Re: Talkback is back
Monday February 23rd, 2004 12:56 PM
ok, having just spoken to Asa on IRC, the talkbacks aren't actually going to AOL/Netscape - they're not going anywhere currently. When the mozilla.org talkback servers are up and running, the talkback data (including that from 1.6 and 1.7a and current nightlies) will go there.
Yeah. It's in a couple of latest trunk builds, but not all of them.
Best bet is to wait until 1.7 alpha is released.
#3 Gerv's slides
Sunday February 22nd, 2004 10:37 PM