CardBook postulates to become a Thunderbird featured addon.

Philippe VIGNEAU cardbook.thunderbird at gmail.com
Tue Apr 11 11:01:42 UTC 2017


for me "featured addon" means this : 
https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/thunderbird/extensions/?sort=featured

CardBook may be shipped or not depending on what you think about it 
(imho there is still some work to be eligible to a shipment)

my idea with CardBook is to become the twin of Lightning for the address 
book...


Philippe


On 11/04/2017 12:50, Aceman wrote:
> Hi, Philippe, thanks for your support and collaboration and for making an addon that many people seem to like.
>
> I just have one small question:
>
> When you mean 'featured addon', is that a special designation of an addon so that it is offered prominently in the "get addons" pane of the TB integrated Addon manager?
>
> Or do you actually propose CardBook be shipped together with TB as an internal/system addon and be enabled by default, similar to the status of Lightning (calendar)? For this part the licence may need to be compatible. I'm also not sure if this would mean the code would be stored in the comm-central tree on our servers (similar to Lightning).
>
> aceman
> ______________________________________________________________
>> Od: Philippe VIGNEAU <cardbook.thunderbird at gmail.com>
>> Komu: tb-planning at mozilla.org
>> Dátum: 11.04.2017 10:56
>> Predmet: Re: CardBook postulates to become a Thunderbird featured addon.
>>
>> Hi all
>>
>>
>> Sure, it's a free world, it's open-source, everyone can do what they want, but a coordinated effort to achieve a better overall product,
>> would be preferable.
>>
>> --> I totally agree but I can say it's hard to be accepted ;O)
>>
>>
>> For me this sounds like a offer to integrate CardBook.
>>
>> --> no offer at all , if you believe it's valuable for Thunderbird : no
>> problem for me... if you don't, also no problem...
>>
>>
>> Cardbook is not a demo of Thunderbird++ technologies, but a proposal for an alternate address book with the current version of Thunderbird. Let's
>> make sure we keep those issues separate.
>>
>> --> right, but when the new technologies will arrive, I'll migrate
>> CardBook to them. Cardbook is not a Proof Of Concept, I hope to maintain
>> it on the long term (as I'm not a very skilled developper, and I hope to
>> be driven|helped for this migration ;O)
>>
>>
>> In any case, I am happy to hear that Philippe is interested in helping us with the future of Thunderbird!
>>
>> --> yes very
>>
>>
>> That being said, we (Caspia) would love to figure out a way to work with you.
>>
>> --> I would also love to quit my "Alone" project to work with others :O)...
>>
>>
>> Philippe, would you be willing to re-license under MIT or the MPL?
>>
>> --> The best for the end : CardBook is now licenced on MPL 2.0 (I don't
>> know the implications but let's try :O)



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