[Project_owners] New Notes System

Eric Jung grimholtz at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 14 12:28:41 EDT 2005

--- Michael Vincent van Rantwijk <mv_van_rantwijk at yahoo.com> wrote:

> David Boswell wrote:
> >> It's just lied in the queue. The admins already have the needed
> code.
> > 
> > It's in the queue but a few other higher priority issues have
> recently
> > bumped getting this taken care of.  I realize that the admins
> could be
> > doing a better job of keeping people up to date on relevant news,
> but I
> > think it's just a matter of figuring out the best way to do that.
>  A
> > newsfeed, blog, emails to the list or something else?  Ideas are
> always
> > welcome.
> > 
> > David
> Yes, a (news) feed is, like I said before in another post, a must
> have 
> because that will prevent people from missing important news.
> Another plus is that you don't need to be subscribed to either the 
> mailing list or newsgroup, and you don't have to wade trough all 
> commends just to keep up to date, and that alone is a very big plus
> There are plenty free PHP scripts that can be used to transform a
> page into a feed, 

Can you recommend any of these? I really need one for

> so that should, again IMHO, also be used for new 
> releases (I don't know how you guys call the info send to
> mozillaZine, 
> and I no longer visit mozillaZine so that feed would be a nice
> addition).
> p.s. I'm glad that I used MultiZilla's Feed Reader/Viewer over the
> last 
> year, because it instantly displays validation errors, so I know
> when 
> people made (silly) errors that break XML validation, even without
> using 
> any other on-line/off-line feed validation ;)
> Michael
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