Three Pillars

Evan Langlois uudruid74 at
Thu Jul 9 04:59:36 UTC 2015

Hi Guys, and thanks for your responses.  I think I see what was 

When you go to the bugzilla site, there is a link that asks if you want 
to Report an issue with a web site that I use  (that link is the one 
from Bugzilla).  Since these issues are always website specific, I've 
been clicking that link!  This takes you to and I 
don't think anyone is actually reading that one.   You guys read the 
bugzilla bugs and goes into the bit-bucket.   Does 
this sound about right?

Incidently, I tried and get SSL errors and couldn't 
connect!  (Priceless!)

This is a bug I dealt with earlier on today - unable to login to a site 
without switching to Chrome

I will start reporting them in the bug-tracker from now on instead of 
using the "Report A Problem With A Website I Use" link.  Perhaps that 
link should be removed?  I don't remember all the others I run across.  
 I know all job applications that use's system are broken.  
The list of sites to login from (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc) are all black 
on black and clicking them does nothing.  Works in Chrome.   I just 
don't have a recent link to post a bug report from.

And, straying off topic, but ... is there still a horrible memory leak, 
or is 2.5GB normal for 6 open tabs?  My first web browser ran on a 4MB 

On Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 5:31 PM, Mike Taylor <miket at> wrote:
> On 7/8/15 16:48, Gijs Kruitbosch wrote:
>> On 08/07/2015 17:49, Evan Langlois wrote:
>>> When I report URLs that don't work (and sometimes even WHY they 
>>> don't
>>> work), I get no feedback and the site still fails 3 or 4 revisions 
>>> later.
>> Well, that's sucky. Sorry. Where are you reporting these? I looked 
>> for
>> your bugzilla profile (
>> )
>> but that doesn't seem to have reported any bugs. Are you using
>> ? ? Something else?
> Yes, to second Gijs, that's not great.
> If you do file them in Bugzilla, please cc or needinfo? :miketaylr 
> (and feel free to cc me on the compat bugs you've already reported). 
> It's possible that bugs fall through the cracks, unfortunately.
> Otherwise, please report compatibility issues at and 
> the webcompat team will get notified.
> --
> Mike Taylor
> Web Compat, Mozilla
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