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By glazou on Thursday 22 April 2004, 15:39 - Nvu
We have promised to contribute back all Nvu's code to Mozilla.org. Time has come. More details will follow.
Although isn't it a bit early to do so? Seeing as NVU has some bugs wouldn't it be better to check in the code when it's a bit more stable?
Since you are/were the composer maintainer I assume you are doing this for a reason, and it's the best. Just wondering why
If programmers waited until a programm no longer had "some bugs", no program would ever be released. Mozilla Composer is at version 0.0.1 so porting over the changes would bump it up to 0.?.?, hardly a version number to be confused with a "finished" (HA) product.
My response: WOOHOO!
Won't mozilla.org developers then be able to help with some bugs? I don't know many of them are already helping (if any), but it seems like opening it (through Mozilla) to the public would allow for more help.
My #1 request is to get that really sweet new color picker. That will fit invery nicely with Thunderbird, replacing that aweful color picker currently in place!
does the "Nvu progress 20040422" mean that a build is available somewhere?
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