[Project_owners] You are all wasting your time on mozdev.org...

JD Gunter jgunter1992 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 19 20:49:16 PST 2007

How about this, everybody, just get straight down to the point here.
Robert, just say what you want to say with minimizing the possible offense
that could be taken, explain that it is not a replacement for Mozdev to
begin with, skip all the squabbling bull shit, make your point with trying
to make it seem nice.
The presentation is everything when you get a bunch of programmer together
that think you're trying to replace something they've come to find quite
The subject "You're all wasting your time." makes it seem as if you ARE
trying to replace it, not make a "supplement" of it, okay?
Just make the suggestion to the whole mailing list, get it over with as
little fuss as possible.
Work it out with the board if directors before you start a dispute.


On Nov 19, 2007 8:38 PM, Robert Kaiser <KaiRo at kairo.at> wrote:

> Hi,
> Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
> > I'm glad that you took the time to reply here, but let me tell you that
> > some people don't, and never will use AMO, for whatever reason, and that
> > is just a fact.
> That's their problem.
> > Maybe the problem is that MultiZilla is this old already, but we will
> > keep using mozdev.org, andyes... that might be our problem (as you said
> > in the other newsgroup) but it was after all where everything started,
> > and not for MultiZilla alone... but Firefox as well (just do some
> homework).
> AMO is no replacement for mozdev and never could be, it also doesn't aim
> to be one, it's a supplement. You seem to make up a competition where
> there is none. The two sites have different targets, and while mozdev
> could set up something that resembles AMO to a certain part, it will
> IMHO never target to be the same, i.e. a collective, searchable and
> listable pure download site for any add-ons of any kind an license,
> targeted at the end-user.
> I don't see the competition you're trying to make of them. There can be
> a good symbiosis and IMHO that's what we need to strengthen and what
> also David said he would like to target.
> Robert Kaiser
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