Hardware for Thunderbird Core Developers

Óvári ovari123 at zoho.com
Thu Aug 17 09:16:12 UTC 2017

Mozilla Foundation is talking about not moving fast enough; hence why is 
the list planned to be updated annually? If there is a developer now 
ready and willing, why not have the list updated upon request?

Why isn't Philippe Vigneau, CardBook developer, added to the list?
He is actively developing CardBook for more than a year:

He has changed the license of the CardBook add-on upon the request of 
Thunderbird Council members to enable CardBook to become a part of the 
Thunderbird core.

Numerous people have written Reviews that the CardBook add-on should be 
the default Thunderbird Address Book; hence added to the core:

Thank you

On 17/08/17 18:03, Gervase Markham wrote:
> Hi Jorg,
> This is a great initiative :-) One thing, though:
> On 16/08/17 23:43, Jörg Knobloch wrote:
>> not developers. Both lists shall be listed on a publicly accessible
>> website such as the Thunderbird Wiki, and updated on an annual basis.
> It seems a shame that if someone starts actively contributing just after
> the deadline, they have to wait almost a year. Obviously, someone needs
> a track record before being added to the list, but would it be a great
> burden to review the list every six months, say? Or have a process where
> people can apply to be added if the next scheduled update is more than
> six months away?
> Gerv
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