jorgk at jorgk.com
Tue Mar 17 07:49:51 UTC 2015
On 17/03/2015 07:10, Dave Koelmeyer wrote:
> No idea if there's any merit to this statement or how much will make
> it back into the open, but FWIW.
No harm in asking, or is there? I e-mailed them this:
I've just read this on your website:
Will SoftMaker be involved with the Thunderbird project?
Yes. Thunderbird is a great collaborative effort, and SoftMaker wants to
be part of the Thunderbird development community. To this end, we are
assigning an experienced developer to work full-time on the Thunderbird
code and add valuable enhancements.
SoftMaker's goal is to build Thunderbird into the best-performing
competition to Microsoft Outlook. In doing so, SoftMaker puts a high
premium on good cooperation with the volunteer team working on Thunderbird.
Perhaps your developer can introduce himself/herself to the Thunderbird
team at one of the bi-weekly meetings or via the planning mailing list.
More information about the tb-planning