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Thoughts Going Around In My Head

This is a random collection of thoughts going around in my head - probably all of them would warrant a full blog post, but I don't come around to doing them, so I'll put down the short summaries.
You see, lots and lots of things are going around in my head all the time - this is still only an excerpt, but I thought a should get a few words on most of them out to you some time, so here's those bits. More thoughts will come in the future, I'm sure - i'm a thinker, you know ;-)

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on July 23rd, 2009 16:36 | Tags: geolocation, marketing, Mozilla, music, openSUSE, Parallels, QA, SeaMonkey, SeaMonkey 2, Space, stats, tests, travel | 11 comments | TrackBack

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turu

from Tokio

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"Marketing" "music"
When I saw these two words, I wondered what makes the Robert Kaiser to keep away from making theme song for Seamonkey.

And "SMILE, Weave, Jetpack:" part entirely seems to me a series of encrypted words...Could you give me some link for website which explain what is SMILE, STEEL FUEL for Seamonkey ? ;)
2009-07-23 17:06

KaiRo

Webmaster

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turu:
https://developer.mozilla.org/en/FUEL describes what FUEL is, STEEL is a variant on this for Thunderbird, SMILE (SeaMonkey Interface Library for Extensions) is the same for SeaMonkey.
Weave is an extension that allows synchronizing tabs, bookmarks, history and other things with different Firefox and Fennec instances on multiple computers/devices.
Jetpack is a lightweight extension mechanism which is in development right now for Firefox and has some testing work for Thunderbird happening as well.
You can find info about both Weave and Jetpack on http://labs.mozilla.com/

Last edited by KaiRo at 2009-07-23 17:53

2009-07-23 17:52

Tony Mechelynck

from Brussels, Belgium

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nice of SuSE
:-) Nice of SuSE (and Wolfgang, of course). However the 11.2 public release is only for November, see http://en.opensuse.org/Roadmap
2009-07-23 18:15

Raj

from Glasgow

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> Web-based Help and Support Resources

I'm not sure that we need a separate 'SUMO for SeaMonkey' - I think that MozillaZine does a great job with both the SeaMonkey forums and the Knowledge Base that they have there. The forums are fairly active and very helpful for support. Would duplicating that effort be worth it, especially for a community-based effort like SeaMonkey?
2009-07-24 11:44

KaiRo

Webmaster

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Raj:
How well-maintained is the knowledge base and how well do SeaMonkey people find their things on it?
2009-07-24 14:20

Keith

from the US

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Quote of KaiRo:
turu:
https://developer.mozilla.org/en/FUEL describes what FUEL is, STEEL is a variant on this for Thunderbird, SMILE (SeaMonkey Interface Library for Extensions) is the same for SeaMonkey.
Wait, a thought SMILE was a markup language having something to do with multimedia (I'm not sure what exactly; I'm not multimedia-oriented). Also, aren't extensions called add-ons now?
2009-07-26 22:52

Keith

from the US

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Cool. I'm going to have to find some of these buttons. I still have a "Mozilla now!" button on my web site and Mozilla has been dead for how many years? There's serious need for an update.
2009-07-26 23:13

Aqualon

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Quote of Keith:
Wait, a thought SMILE was a markup language having something to do with multimedia
You mean SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language), so it also is pronounced smile ;)
2009-07-26 23:24

Vladimir

from Ru

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Keith

add-ons = extensions + themes + plugins

Mozilla was renamed to SeaMonkey.
2009-07-27 09:14

Raj

from Glasgow

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Quote of KaiRo:
Raj:
How well-maintained is the knowledge base and how well do SeaMonkey people find their things on it?

The knowledge base seems fairly well maintained, I use it quite a lot when I'm responding to questions on the MZ forum, referring people to it.

I normally find things just by searching, although they do have a top-level category for SeaMonkey on the front page: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Knowledge_Base
2009-07-29 10:46

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