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Weekly Status Report, W34/2007
- Website work:
After finally Mozilla suite users got a reworked start page that tells them their product is outdated and they should upgrade (to Firefox and Thunderbird, SeaMonkey is only mentioned in a small paragraph at the bottom and only visible after scrolling on most screens), some SeaMonkey users complained they got to see that page as they are still using profiles they had in use with the suite and never changed this start page.
If fixed this with a JS redirect to the SeaMonkey start page.
That reminded me of an issue I had in mind for a long time, and I worked out a proposal for a new SeaMonkey start page that should be nicer and more helpful to most users.
Finally, I picked up the plans to create a separate SeaMonkey project website and spend days of work only on this.
The current state is now available for preview as well (this is still a work in progress).
I'd be happy about feedback - please post this in the development newsgroup rather than here on the blog though.
- Code Reviews:
I reviewed an interesting way of fixing accesskeys in error console and one more patch for the debugQA extension.
- Various Discussions:
PrintUtils, issues and joy surrounding venkman/chatzilla and their maintainers, notification bars, XUL vs. HTML, www.mozilla.org future, SeaMonkey window icons, etc.
The website work stole almost all my time, so I was a bit slow on all kinds of other things. Sorry if I may not have come around to do some other things - I hope I'll be able to come back to those once the new website nears even more a state with which I as well as other community members will be satisfied.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on August 27th, 2007 21:01 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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