Fwd: Re: Google API Key
jhopkins at mozilla.com
Mon Jun 17 20:37:19 UTC 2013
Does Thunderbird use any Google APIs? If so, we'll need to look into
getting a new API key.
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Subject: Re: Google API Key
Date: Sat, 15 Jun 2013 23:20:49 +0800
From: Philip Chee <philip.chee at gmail.com>
To: dev-planning at lists.mozilla.org
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On 15/06/2013 06:20, Doug Turner wrote:
> Jonathan Kew wrote:
>> And does it mean each and every developer will need keys for any and all
>> of these services, if they're to test these features in their own builds
>> as they're working on them?
> Yes. Just like chromium.
> I should also point out that there are like 3 people that need to worry
> about this at this point. Most of them work for me and are all squared
> away. :)
SeaMonkey: Uses Geolocation and Safe Browsing APIs from Google.
Thunderbird: Has code to use Safe Browsing API from Google but this code
is currently disabled.
Philip Chee <philip at aleytys.pc.my>, <philip.chee at gmail.com>
Guard us from the she-wolf and the wolf, and guard us from the thief,
oh Night, and so be good for us to pass.
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