After the great version 1.0, mozilla is becoming so lovely. It strongly supports the new standards. It is cross-platformed. It has good UI and good performance. What should it go, the big desktop application that is used so often by users? Making it more intelligent is a good feature. One of the trends of software is to make it be more intelligent, to make people feel flexible when using it and to make it have more individuality. This bug is for discussion and tracking the related issues.
> What should it go What aboub fixing bugs?
What is the purpose of this bug? Customizability? Better automatic bahavior? Passing the Turing test? Bugs with the word "intelligent" in the subject?
Goal: make mozilla do more for the user automatically, make people feel more flexible when using mozilla and make people use mozilla more efficiently.
Nominating bug 64926.
Add bug 64926. Remove the dependency of bug 169476 since this tracks some meaning things that are going on.
15 years ago
How about applying machine learning to make Mozilla's default prefs more fitting with what users actually want? before I open a bug, does anybody know whether such an RFE exists? I couldn't pick up anything on my bugzilla radar. Prog.
Replacing 139832 with the bug it was duped to. Hmm... it seems that the 'intelligent mozilla' bugs aren't seeing much work in recent years.
I'm working on Bayesian filters in my garage, so they can be used more widely for AI in the future. Nothing to show yet, through.
bug 332520 is a bit specific, maybe if there's a META bug about linkification/HTMLification of message contents the dependency should be replaced with that one.
And while I'm at it, how about intelligent suggestion of extensions to install? Bug 326514
This bug is not being used to track or prioritize work. Closing out.