European Mozilla Developers Meeting 2003 Notes and Slides
Thursday February 13th, 2003
Notes and slides from several of the talks are now online, including Building Mozilla Applications from Brian King, Getting started with Mozilla's C++ Sourcecode from Kai Engert, The Bitflux Editor and Mozilla from Christian Stocker (a related weblog post is also available), Localization (L10n): Achievements and Future Directions from Robert Kaiser, Native Database Support from Jan Varga, Advanced Bugzilla Use: A Hacker's Guide from Gervase Markham and CaScadeS and Creating an XUL+JS Based Mozilla Extension from Daniel Glazman.
A selection of photos is also online, courtesy of Bitflux's Christian Stocker. In addition, Brian King has posted a brief overview of the event to the EU mailing list and newsgroup (public.mozdev.eu on news.mozdev.org).
#1 Great Presentations
Thursday February 13th, 2003 11:43 PM
I've just flipped through these slide presentations and I sure do wish I'd been there. It sounds like some really good talks. Did anyone video tape?
#3 Re: Great Presentations
Friday February 14th, 2003 1:11 AM
"Did anyone video tape?"
Some videos may appear here:
#2 Who can help zdd this to mozilla.org/events
Thursday February 13th, 2003 11:45 PM
It would be great to see this added to the Mozilla Events page at <http://www.mozilla.org/events> Any volunteers?
#7 Re: Who can help zdd this to mozilla.org/events
Friday February 14th, 2003 12:43 PM
I volunteer Asa. Just get in touch.
that birflux thing is very impressive. i'm thinking to play around wih midas editor (coming in 1.3 release) and recycle some ideas from bitflux. the downside is that i find the demo (<http://demo.bitfluxeditor.org/>) pretty slow on my 1.4Ghz machine. maybe integrating the whole thing with midas would speed up things abit more. however nice one.
We (Bitflux) wanted to look into Midas for a long time, but didn't have the time to do it. Maybe this is a solution to make it more responsive and better editable. Everyone is invited to join our Mailinglists at <http://bitfluxeditor.org/development/mailinglists/> and help out with developement. Now's the best time, as we are in the planning phase for the next major version :)
"Everyone is invited to join our Mailinglists at (LINK) and help out with developement. Now's the best time, as we are in the planning phase for the next major version".
I subscribed to de dev ML. if possible i would be glad to help. ^___^