Patrick Cloke clokep at
Fri Jul 11 16:20:41 UTC 2014

Looking over posts on the forum a bit it seems to be pretty much
"Fossamail comes with different defaults (both UI and under-the-hood) and
has been rebuilt with a newer compiler and better optimizations than
Otherwise, there aren't many differences. At least not at this time." pretty much talks in
circles that it's "optimized" but won't say how.


On Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 12:07 PM, Kent James <kent at> wrote:

> On 7/11/2014 3:47 AM, Ludovic Hirlimann wrote:
>> Hey,
>> Shall we reach out to the guy so we can get whatever patches he applies ?
>> Ludo
> Reading his material on that email client as well as their
> more-established browser alternative PaleMoon, it sounds like they are
> focused on tweaking settings and reversing controversial UI decisions
> (PaleMoon: "Familiar, efficient, fully customizable interface (no
> Australis!)" But perhaps someone with more than my 5 minutes of experience
> with them could comment. Still, if someone like Fossamail feels strongly
> enough about a UI or settings decision that they are willing to ship an
> alternate product with a tweak, perhaps we could revisit some of our
> decisions and make sure that we are confident that our defaults are what we
> want.
> What we should do is to reach out to them, make sure they know they we are
> happy they are shipping a similar product, and try to embrace them as part
> of the overall Mozilla comm-central community. Maybe even get them to
> consider sending someone to the summit!
> :rkent
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