Re: Firefox/Thunderbird trademarks: a proposal
MJ Ray wrote:
Gervase Markham <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
[...] But I don't
think completing this process needs to be a requirement for working out
the remaining issues.
I agree with this. I do think it's a requirement for going forwards
once any compromise is worked out.
Sure. That's why it's in the document :-)
I'm sceptical that
it will be done quickly, because one still has to hack to get firefox
builds running on multi-user systems and that's been a critical known
bug for some time.
So, by simple extrapolation, all important Mozilla bugs take six months
to fix? ;-)
It's the Mozilla's project choice to deny unregistered access to the
summary bug statistics.
To be honest (and I wrote the code in Bugzilla which does the
reporting), that's more to prevent anonymous DOS, because they are very
processor intensive. If you want to see them and don't want a Bugzilla
account, I hope it wouldn't be too difficult to use a disposable address.
That bug is one which primarily impacts Unix-like systems and is pretty
severe for distributors, which is a similar profile to our branding
one. I know it's not a robust B.L.U.E. statistic, but it's all I've got
right now. Making a silly comment is not a very strong argument either.
What would you like me to say? "Oh, yes, I'll get right on it"? I'm
afraid I have neither the clout nor the technical skill to fix that