i cant view the above mentioned web page.
Confirmed There appears to be a CVS log at <http://bonsai-www.mozilla.org/cvslog.cgi?file=mozilla-org/html/quality/ngdriver/suites/mail/index.html&rev=&root=/cvsroot/>, but it / quality/ ngdriver/ suites/ mail/ *Attic*/ index.html I'm not familiar with "Attic," but I assume the page was intentionally removed; and the link on /quality/mailnews/ needs to be removed as well.
these are the files we need to kill or clean up: mozilla-org/html/docs/dom/grids/core_tab.html mozilla-org/html/docs/dom/grids/html_tab.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/jstests/Bug8770.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/jstests/ComponentListTest.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/jstests/EmbedSmokeTest.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/jstests/nsIDocCharsetTest.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/jstests/nsIFontListTest.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/jstests/plugins.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/plans/EmbedSmokeTestPlan.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/plans/JSTestFramework.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/plans/nsIDocCharsetTestPlan.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/plans/nsIFontListTestPlan.html mozilla-org/html/quality/embed/plans/nsIWebBrowserPersistTestPlan.html mozilla-org/html/quality/mailnews/apitestplan.html mozilla-org/html/quality/mailnews/index.html mozilla-org/html/status/2001-03-28.html before we kill them, we need to figure out which of them which need redirects setup, and we need to archive them. the primary redirect is in: mozilla-org/html/quality/browser/standards/.htaccess you can read the related url to understand what happened.
Many of the pages mentioned in comment #4 have been removed during the recent archiving process. If there are any redirects to set up for these, I'm happy to help with this.
Moving bug to quality.mozilla.org component for discussion. If any of the content that was removed from www.mozilla.org should be brought back from the archive, it should probably move to QMO.
This was a 404 before the removal. The pages in ngdriver aren't of any use, really.
Mass move of bugs to new product
agreed, setting to verified.