CardBook postulates to become a Thunderbird featured addon.

Axel Grude axel.grude at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 19:36:10 UTC 2017


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> *Subject:*Re: CardBook postulates to become a Thunderbird featured addon.
> *From:*Philipp Kewisch <mozilla at kewis.ch>
> *To:*Jörg Knobloch; Tb-planning
> *Sent: *Monday, 10/04/2017 17:58:23 17:58 GMT ST +0100 [Week 15]
> On 4/10/17 6:19 PM, Jörg Knobloch wrote:
>> On 10/04/2017 17:35, Philipp Kewisch wrote:
>>> I'm not sure what this has to do with the add-on being featured though.
>> Nothing really.
>>
>>> Jörg, are you suggesting that those requirements would be criteria for being 
>>> featured?
>> No.
>
> Ok, thanks for the clarification. Given this thread is about featuring an add-on I 
> think we should stay on topic. I agree that it would be great to have everyone 
> working on core features, but finding ways to encourage this is something we should 
> discuss separately (and also falls into the domain of a community manager, btw).
>
> Do you have an opinion on how Thunderbird should determine featured add-ons?
>
I would quite like if highly positive review rating could be somehow included (not 
necessarily number of users, because sometimes it's hard to get discovered. If the 
current users love it, it's usually useful to them.

Axel

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