Minutes of the mozilla.org Staff Meeting of Monday 29th March 2004
Sunday April 4th, 2004
The minutes of the mozilla.org staff meeting of Monday 29th March 2004 are now online. Issues discussed include Mozilla 1.7 final, Talkback, evangelism, Mozilla Firefox 0.9, Mozilla Thunderbird 0.6, the Mozilla Foundation and merchandise.
Sunday April 4th, 2004 5:55 PM
Get site admins to stop assuming !=128bit SSL means <128bit SSL Mozilla uses 256bit SSL and can't access https://www.mymerchantoffice.com/ unless you disable 256bit SSL.
#4 Re: Evangelism
Monday April 5th, 2004 12:12 AM
A quick search on this one reveals it's a problem in a few places. Should this all be consolidated into 1 bug?
#5 Re: Re: Evangelism
Monday April 5th, 2004 5:59 AM
No - each site that has this poor code needs to be fixed separately by different site owners. If there was going to be a fix on the Mozilla side (e.g. by dropping support for 256bit encryption) which would resolve all the sites, then it would be a single bug.
#7 Re: Re: Evangelism
Monday April 5th, 2004 1:18 PM
shouldn't there be some negiotation between browser & site, then Mozilla would fall back on 128-bit ?
#8 Re: Evangelism
Monday April 5th, 2004 1:20 PM
nevermind, I just checked the URL, it's really a server bug as certificate uses 256bit but somehow, server never thought some browser would actually use it and it chokes on it.
Sunday April 4th, 2004 9:49 PM
Thunderbird 0.6 landing tomorrow? I like the sound of that!
#3 Re: Woohoo!
Sunday April 4th, 2004 11:16 PM
a) tomorrow meant day after Monday 29th March
b) Release is mid april
- Hopefully landing tomorrow
- Release scheduled for mid-April
#6 Re: Woohoo!
Monday April 5th, 2004 6:40 AM
The Pinstripe Theme landed "tomorrow" (it has already landed). That's what the minutes mean.
Monday April 5th, 2004 2:19 PM
Will they discuss the roadmap and the mythical update at a future meeting? They said early 2004; we're now in Q2, and still nothing!
#10 The Minutes
Tuesday April 13th, 2004 7:03 AM
I don't know..... The way this all looks, and the way it's panned out, thus far, is that we might not have any "actual" releases, of stable products, until mid-may (which I don't see a actually stable until mid-june, or july). I do like the proposed way of going about testing, release candidates, and such. They are doing great, with the development. I don't have any complaints, and I would like to see what Netscape is going to do, with the new browser. I liked 7.1, and cant wait to see what new features are in 7.3, or 8.0 (whatever they're going to number it). Keep up the great work, with this site, it is very informative, and I have learned a lot, since joining less than 30 minutes ago.