[foaf-protocols] voting for Mozilla bug
henry.story at bblfish.net
Mon Feb 8 17:17:15 CET 2010
We have over 100 people on this list. Here is a little work for those lurking on the sidelines, (and everyone else as well) that could help us a lot. Every so often we will take a browser bug, and ask everyone here to participate in voting for it, to wake the browser guys up, who seem to be sleeping at the wheel.
Mozilla's main bug seems to be the following:
The minimal thing to do is just go, get an account there, and vote for that bug.
You could also make a special comment if you feel particularly strongly about something.
Currently one does not know what certificate one is using when connected to a specific web site, or if indeed one was refused because the browser refused to send a certificate. This can be easily fixed using a UserInterface as the Weave people are putting together.
If people know people at Mozilla, please get in contact with them, and ask them what is happening, and why this would be really cool.
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