Judging by the website, the project is nearly dead. That's not right...

Chris Ilias tb-planning2 at ilias.ca
Sun Mar 3 05:50:15 UTC 2019


Yeah, last year I filed a github issue about this 
<https://github.com/thundernest/thunderbird-website/issues/55>.

I'm not sure how github issues get assigned, but it looks like the 
person who volunteered to create the page hasn't come back.

Eyal Rozenberg wrote on 2019-03-01 12:39 PM:
> Motivation:
> So, someone just asked on the elections list for our council's current
> composition, and what we are able to give is just this:
> https://wiki.mozilla.org/Modules/Thunderbird#Thunderbird_Council
> which doesn't cut it.
>
> If I visit https://www.thunderbird.net/ , I should be able to readily
> access information about the organizational infrastructure behind
> Thunderbird, including information about the Thunderbird council, its
> its role, its composition, its members background - as a minimum. But -
> this information is not accessible nor does it seem to exist, i.e. I
> can't find a page about that anywhere.
>
> In fact, if I click the small "about" link, what I get is the Mozilla
> Foundation:
>
> https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/
>
> whose navigation bar / menus will essentially tell me Thunderbird
> doesn't exist and there's only Firefox.
>
> If I go back to our website, I don't see what would be telling me "Hey,
> I'm not dead yet! I'm getting better!" (Monty Python reference there,
> sorry.)
>
> If click the twitter user link:
> https://twitter.com/intent/follow?screen_name=mozthunderbird
> I see few tweets and their nature also hints at us being sort of near death.
>
>
> Just saying,
> Eyal
>
>
> PS - It's not that the website is not reasonably-nicely-designed.
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