Experiments status + experiments proposal
mconley at mozillamessaging.com
Mon Apr 11 15:00:40 UTC 2011
>> I think mconley's excellent work on Ubuntu integration is expected to land in 3.3.
> I believe that the significant functionality here is going to stay as extensions that Ubuntu integrates into Thunderbird with their build mechanism. I'm sure Mike will correct me if I'm wrong.
Chris Coulson from Canonical is hoping to eventually get these
extensions merged into Gecko/Thunderbird - but he acknowledges that
we've missed the 3.3 deadline. Until we manage to integrate, we'll
continue to include the features as extensions via the build mechanism
that Mark mentioned.
That appears to be the current plan for the Thunderbird+Unity work.
On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 5:14 AM, Gervase Markham <gerv at mozilla.org> wrote:
> On 11/04/11 09:47, Mark Banner wrote:
>> I think this is a useful discussion/update, but I really think that
>> especially wrt Miramar we need to be thinking about get our blocker list
>> down to zero and for it ready to be shipped before we start thinking
>> about adding too many more new UX features. There's a good platform
>> update in it, and until we ship it, things like Conversations and the
>> other experiments that depend on Miramar won't get wider usage/feedback
>> because of the dependencies.
> +1 for shipping.
> 3.1 was shipped on June 24th, 2010. Is there any hope that we can ship again
> less than a year later? If not, all the more reason to push single-mindedly
> towards that goal.
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