tb-amo etherpad

Axel axel.grude at googlemail.com
Fri Aug 10 22:58:11 UTC 2012

*To: *"tb-planning"<tb-planning at mozilla.org>
*From: *"Mark Banner"<mbanner at mozilla.com>
*Sent: *Friday, 10/08/12 14:54:09 14:54 GMT Daylight Time {GMT DT} +0100 [Week 32]
*Subject:*Re: tb-amo etherpad
> On 09/08/2012 15:33, Vincent wrote:
>> https://etherpad.mozilla.org/tb-amo was empty, so I just put some of my ideas into 
>> it. I am sure that we can also improve this aspect of Thunderbird, so don't be shy 
>> and feel free to add our thought here to :-)
> Thanks for the comments, I think we can just handle those on tb-planning as they 
> don't relate directly to governance/releases going forward.

> The most popular add-ons 
> <https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/extensions/?sort=users> being listed 
> as Adblock Plus and Flashblock (and others in that list) is actually covered in this 
> bug <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=556135>.
I believe featured add-ons should be reviewed and focus on mail-specific add-ons. It 
is easy for "hybrid" add-ons to get much greater exposure due to the big numbers in 
Firefox; this doesn't help developer who want to specialize in mail/news.
> For the categories, I'd suggest you just kick off a new thread here using a new 
> etherpad and listing the existing ones, and your proposed additions, we can then 
> debate away and come up with a better list. I think we just then have to ask the AMO 
> admins to alter the categories list accordingly.
Absolutely correct I have advocated for new categories before, so I added a few 
categories that I think must be in there.

I added my modifications to the ether-pad, please review if we have forgotten any 
important categories!

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