Meta-bug for W3C Common User Agent Problems.
*SPAM* Oops, missed a couple. This bug should not need to change again. (famous last words...)
I had to remove both references to 55181 because Bugzilla moaned about a dep loop. Replacing the right one now... Gerv
This meta-bug isn't quite working out. If a W3C CUAP bug is "the same as" another bug, don't mark it DUPLICATE (and add that other bug here), add a dependency. The W3C CUAP bugs should only be resolved when the problem is fixed (or we decide it's a WONTFIX.) I'll sort this out... Gerv
Right. Things are clearer now. By the way, there are two reasons for the above: a) It makes the situation clearer. b) It avoids the generation of massive amounts of bug spam, which everyone on the above bugs gets if this bug keeps changing. :-) I reiterate: *** this bug should not need to change again. *** Gerv
Adding this handy summary of Mozilla status about CUAP for the record: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-talk/2001MarApr/0039.html
An updated CUAP document is released. http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/NOTE-cuap-20030128
http://www.w3.org/TR/cuap This is the "Latest" URL. If you use this it shouldn't become outdated.
The new document has two extra suggestions; I've filed bugs on both and added them to the dependency tree. An assessment of whether we do these things and, if not, whether we should, would be welcome. Gerv
Marking all tracking bugs which haven't been updated since 2014 as INCOMPLETE. If this bug is still relevant, please reopen it and move it into a bugzilla component related to the work being tracked. The Core: Tracking component will no longer be used.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
Product: Core → Core Graveyard
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