Bank tracking bug. If we work out a way to fix the deny issues with one bank, we may be able to fix the rest.
adding some more keywords/whiteboard comments. i'm following these problems up with various banks, so be aware i'm on the case! :P
Please spread the word about http://blue-labs.org/financial-shames.php so I can make a more accurate list of sites that do/don't work with Mozilla. Thanks
Nominating bug 161491. Not a bank, but an important banking-related financial institution.
As I have asked in bug 127539, why are some of these bugs now regarded as evangelism, if they worked in former releases of Mozilla and Netscape?
sven: because: 1/ Some of these sites may have changed 2/ The former release may contains bugs that 'buggy' websites relies on. (which would make the sites fail in new versions of gecko browsers, but also newer standards compliant browsers) 3/ Some of the bugs may be invalid PS: I take bug 127539, as every other evangelism bug, very seriously, but don't have the time to work on it right now (but it really looks like an evang bug, see last comment.)
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Does this tracking bug really need blocker status?
one of the best references/recommendations I've found for encouraging financial institutions to support firefox is located at bankers on-line web site http://www.bankersonline.com/security/security_browserthreat070204.html It was written in 2004 during the download.ject attack, but much of it still applies today. This is a good link to send when contacting banks.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?query_format=advanced&short_desc_type=allwordssubstr&short_desc=bank&product=Tech+Evangelism&resolution=--- should give a fairly accurate list of current open TE bugs involving online banking, should anyone wish to update the dependencies here (which I note are very very old and highly incomplete).
OK, this dependencies list should be much better now.
Closing this bug. We are not using Meta bugs anymore (in Web Compatibility)