There's a couple of informations that need to be updated in some pages, and i think it would be helpful if i'd post some corrections. example here : in : mozilla-org/html/support/firefox/profile.html he profilemanager option should be ProfileManager. It wouldn't work without that. It's also great for me to have my name on the contributors list of mozilla sites. Y.Chaouche
You've got to be joking. Please don't waste our time. Your patch in bug 348178 is pointless, as there's no need to change that. "-profilemanager" still works fine. Also, afaik, general webtree accounts are not being permitted at this time. As far as your last sentence goes, you should re-think your priorities. Life isn't about getting credit for stuff. Marking WONTFIX. If somebody (besides the reporter) disagrees with this, feel free to reopen it.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
>As far as your last sentence goes, you should re-think your priorities. Life >isn't about getting credit for stuff That's not very welcoming dude. It's about contributing to the community. If one contributes to something, isnt'it normal that his name appears on the contributors list ? especially when he is proud to belong to that community ? I don't feel I'm wrong. Y.Chaouche
See http://www.mozilla.org/credits/ at the bottom: (not sure how up to date that page is, btw) " This is a list of people who have contributed significant code, documentation or Quality Assurance effort to the Mozilla Project. Any such contributors who wish to be added to the list should send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and a sentence (citation) summarizing your contribution, something like this. " So in order to get your name on the contributors list, you need to have done more than one bug fixed, or two bugs filed. The same goes for the webtree cvs account. We welcome your contributions, but we don't give away webtree cvs accounts or credits on the first bug (not even on the 10th bug for that matter). Often, it takes years of dedication. See http://www.mozilla.org/contribute/ for how you can help.
That's better ;) thanks. I understand. Y.Chaouche
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