<sigh> Oops. Here's the initial comment: Dear Sir/Madam, Greetings from Bhutan. I am a system administrator working in DrukNet, under Bhutan Telecom. We are an ISP (owned by the government of Bhutan) and we are also responsible for .bt ccTLD. It recently came to my notice that the suffix list for .bt ccTLD has never been updated. In fact, not submitted by DrukNet at all. Therefore, I have attached a unified diff of the changes that needs to be made to the .bt siffix list. We have had people complaining about cookie problem with some of the web browsers while browsing some of the .bt domains. Thank you for your time and effort. Best regards -- Lungten Wangchuk DrukNet (ISP Division) Bhutan Telecom 2/28 Drophen Lam Thimphu
Created attachment 493961 [details] [diff] [review] Patch from .bt registry
Sorry to ask such questions here - I guess it must be obvious somehow. But still then, I just wonder: What is the use of this bug? Aren't all the facts clear and simple? You apply the patch - done. What am I missing? Can you provide a link to some kind of policy document that requires the bug to be created? How long will it "exists" here until it gets fixed? Wouldn't it have been easier to to apply the patch then to open a bug? :-)
We have bugs to track all changes. I just need to get around to checking it in (which is non-trivial, because the tree is often closed these days). Gerv
Comment on attachment 493961 [details] [diff] [review] Patch from .bt registry Requesting approval. Gerv
Sorry again ... :-) by now I realize that the file .dat file seems to actually be part of the mozilla/firefox source tree and I can in that case understand... I was imagining that the file would somehow be in a repository of its own under publicsuffix.org and that it would then be automatically "imported" for each mozilla/firefox build by the build scripts (with the public key of publicsuffix.org beeing part of the mozilla source tree and the file signature beeing checked automatically or something like that...) Too much fantastic thinking on my side...! :-) Be it the way it is.
Would be nice if this could make it into firefox 4 ... any chance ?
Comment on attachment 493961 [details] [diff] [review] Patch from .bt registry approved for 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124, a=dveditz for release-drivers
http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-1.9.1/rev/f510ce76c147 http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-1.9.2/rev/385dc9f6273c Gerv