Thunderbird Product Notes v0.6

Dan Mosedale dmose at
Fri Jul 16 18:49:03 UTC 2010

  On 7/15/10 12:06 PM, David Bienvenu wrote:
>  On 7/15/2010 11:58 AM, Dan Mosedale wrote:
>> In particular, I think whether we accept _any_ patch or feature into 
>> the core is not just about avoidance of values conflict, but rather a 
>> complex calculus that includes that as well as a whole bunch of other 
>> variables, including "what's the cost/benefit to existing users", 
>> "what's the cost/benefit to people outside of the SOHO/individual 
>> market", "what's the cost of maintaining it", "who is going to 
>> maintain it", "is it likely to add complexity to other feature work 
>> we anticipate", etc.    This is all covered by the last point in the 
>> Decisions section of 
>> <>.
> FWIW, I think the above paragraph is much more explicit and hence more 
> useful than the last point in the Decisions section...
That's very helpful feedback; thanks!  I'll try and incorporate the 
above thing somehow.


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