Thunderbird Reorganization Plan - the motivation

Roland MoCo Tanglao rtanglao at
Wed Sep 10 19:47:10 UTC 2014

Hi all:
I am not a code module owner and peer but i do work on Thunderbird 
support still until April 30, 2015! [1]
And I endorse what the general direction of what Kent and the rest of 
the community  that is participating is proposing. The devil is in the 
details :-)  as always though!

On 2014-09-10 10:25 AM, Kent James wrote:
> On 9/9/2014 11:55 PM, Benjamin Kerensa wrote:
>> Should we ask the Module Owner and Peers to weigh in? Technically 
>> they steer some of these decisions while they remain in those roles 
>> regardless of our consensus. 
> Of course they should weigh in, and I am hoping that will all be 
> co-sponsors of this proposal. But the existing module structure is 
> very code focused, and most of this proposal deals with issues outside 
> of that. Yes in theory the module system can be used for non-code 
> functions, but the current structures are very much biased against 
> contributors who are not core developers.
> I would hope that the current Mozilla Thunderbird staff, including 
> some who have been asked to do their former MoMo jobs with 5% of their 
> time, would be the first to recognize that they have been given an 
> impossible job to do with the limited resources available, so a fresh 
> approach is needed for their own sanity.
> :rkent
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