It's old and doesn't work with the new look of mozilla.org. It'll probably need the stylesheet setting for the ToC-less look.
reassigning endico's bugs to default owner
I'm willing to update the markup of those pages, however I'm not sure how I should put the default style of mozilla.org there. fantasai, could you enable that?
fantasai, could you enable it for everything inside ./xptoolkit/? I know I should be able to do it myself, but I don't have CVS set up correctly yet.
By the way, the xulintro.html file is already quite good (maybe we should insert some ABBR elements and check the classes on some PRE elements). I could move the rest to a separate bug if desired.
From this point, this bug can only be fixed when all documents inside <http://www.mozilla.org/xpfe/xptoolkit/> are.
todo list: * colorpicker.html * dragDrop.html * events.html * fragments.html * introClipDD.html * keys.html * menus.html * meters.html * overlays.html * persistence.html * popups.html * splitter.html * tabs.html * toolbars.html * trees.html * windows.html
This folder needs some review. Not all files are finished and not everything is part of the documentations, as it seems. However, with the exception of 'DataFlavors.html' they are all using markup that is written according to the mozilla.org Markup Reference. (I may have missed a file though, please point them out to me.) I'm going to leave this bug open until I get enough review (and clarification about the above mentioned issue) or until I am sure all is fixed.
(In reply to comment #8) > This folder needs some review. Not all files are finished and not everything is > part of the documentations, as it seems. However, with the exception of > 'DataFlavors.html' they are all using markup that is written according to the > mozilla.org Markup Reference. (I may have missed a file though, please point > them out to me.) > > I'm going to leave this bug open until I get enough review (and clarification > about the above mentioned issue) or until I am sure all is fixed. Can one of the website drivers check out this folder and see if it is all ok? If so, please resolve this bug.
I think this content falls under Deb's domain now.
IMO, this bug should be resolved as FIXED
This content needs to be evaluated to see if it's still useful, and if it is it needs to be migrated to the MDC wiki and updated. Once migrated these URLs should be redirected to the new wiki locations. Adding Eric Shepherd to the cc list since developer documentation is now his domain.
I'm poking through this material to start sorting out what needs to migrate still (some of it already has), and what needs updating. This may take a while, but I'm on it.
As I try to understand what XPToolkit is and its relevance, who should I go to with questions?
Neil Deakin might be a reasonable bet.
Neil says not to migrate this because it's too old to be useful. I'm marking this as resolved INVALID because nothing else makes sense to me. If anyone disagrees, feel free to change it.