This page last modified on 1 June 2011, at 05:09 urgently needs rework a) Update Seamonkey versions b) Update or remove dead links c) Improve details I will start that work end of this week, help appreciated.
See also bug 1092632. I'll help, but only after I get a computer with a decent CPU (speed) and RAM and HD (sizes). ETA after Easter. First job on the new computer (on Easter weekend maybe?) will be moving my data to its HD and upgrading to openSUSE 13.2. After that I hope to be more available for SeaMonkey etc. These two pages may or may not need to be linked together or even merged. Don't hesitate to borrow anything useful found at https://wiki.mozilla.org/User:Tonymec/Triage_HowTo or, conversely, to complete or correct what is found there, and/or to move the page from my userspace to some better location.
See Also: → bug 1092632
(In reply to Rainer Bielefeld from comment #0) [...] > I will start that work end of this week, help appreciated. Any progress? If you are still working on this, don't forget to ASSIGN it to yourself; and if you want me to help you speedily, add a comment with a needinfo? aimed at me.
OS: Windows 7 → All
Hardware: x86_64 → All
I don't want to be Assignee because I do not want to do all work there alone. But I will correct mistakes and add missing contents in future every now and then.
(In reply to Rainer Bielefeld from comment #4) > I don't want to be Assignee because I do not want to do all work there alone. > But I will correct mistakes and add missing contents in future every now and > then. well, neither do I want to do all the work there alone. I thought you would take the lead, maybe write a "first draft" which I could read, and try to improve, if I could, both in form (orthography, syntax, etc.) and content (add anything missing that I thought of, discuss anything that I thought incorrect); all this when you told me you had reached, let's say, a "temporary stable state" IYSWIM. The way I see it, being Assignee doesn't necessarily mean you do _all_ the work, it means you do _most_ of the work then find someone to give you (roughly in that order) feedback if useful, review, superreview if needed, approval if needed, etc. For a wiki page the full review process is not mandatory, and anyone with a wiki account (including you and me) can push changes, which allows for a less formal organisation, faster work if there is someone motivated to do it, more team-oriented work if felt useful, etc.
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