Subject Re: [Firebird-general] Re: So much for Mozilla dropping Firebird
Author Robert Tulloch
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Mark O'Donohue wrote:
Hi Brendan

brendaneich wrote:
--- In, "brendaneich" <brendan@m...>

I wanted to let you all know that will rename Mozilla
Firebird as soon as possible.  The renaming won't happen before the
Mozilla Firebird 0.7 release due this month.

That certainly is welcome news!

When do you intend to make that news public?  Or at least more widely 
known within your own community.

At that time I think we would like to put up something on our site, 
thanking moz staff for appreciating our situation, and indicating that 
were satisfied with the outcome.

In view of a forthcoming Firebird newsreader mentioned by Alexander V.
Nevsky, I wonder whether we could some day have a Firebird web browser
that uses the Firebird database code (for history, cache, other
metadata) in combination with the Mozilla browser and Gecko layout
engine code.  Such a browser would be a first-class db browser, too,
of course.  Just a thought,

One of the advantages of fb is it's ability to embed fairly 
transparently into end user applications - so you never know.



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