We need to create a cohesive set of docs on how to deploy/configure Firefox with a minimum of effort. There's some good information out there, and some nice web tools, it'd be nice to have this all in one place. some useful links dealing with this. http://www.alain.knaff.lu/howto/MozillaCustomization/index.html http://thegoldenear.org/toolbox/windows/docs/mozilla-pre-config.html http://www.int-evry.fr/mci/user/procacci/netscape/en/mozilla-autoconfig-en.html
shouldn't this be moved to mozilla.org::email@example.com?
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Rafael, I know you're working on this, let me know if you need any info etc, this one is kinda near and dear to my heart, but I don't have the time right now.
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--> mozilla.org :: www.mozilla.org
http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Deploying_Firefox I'm working on trying to get some folks to fill in the blanks, folks who've actually deployed Firefox.
This isn't really appropriate MDC content. Deployment documentation is currently being worked on at wiki.mozilla.org here: http://wiki.mozilla.org/Deployment When that content is more fleshed out, it will be moved to the most appropriate location.
Yeah, we should move it to another product, unless we want to just WONTFIX it. I prefer the former, and will act boldly.
Not really the right component, but the others were even less "consumer of this sofware" than Help Viewer is, so here we are.
Hmm, this is really the wrong component... How about sumo?
David, this may be out of our scope. What do you think?
This seems out of scope.
the wiki seems to be the place for this kind of documentation. mkaply may have some thoughs on existing or new pages that are already out there.
IT departments are amongst Firefox users and corporates are becoming one of the Mozilla priority. See http://blog.mozilla.com/blog/2011/06/28/firefox-in-the-enterprise/ Nevertheless, the wiki page about the Firefox deployment is outdated.
As Chris H says, the wiki is probably the best place for this content, *however* the wiki is a repository of information created by everyone (ie not the wiki-team). As such this needs to be transferred (again) to a suitable group for content creation, or an invitation made to 'the public' to do so. Given that this 'bug' was filed nine and a half years ago, the appropriate action now would seem to be to close it on a 'WONTFIX' basis but with an invitation to "SODOIT" to whomever _is_ responsible for documentation.