Contributed by jose on from the working-web-browsers dept.
"an "Anonymous Coward" posted this message in the "OpenBSD Gazetteer" thread. I think it deserves front page attention.A couple of years ago I spoke to a Mozilla developer about OpenBSD. They knew of problems but didn't have any hardware or people helping out. Looks like things are still pretty much the same. I think that a combination of votes, hardware, and people within Mozilla would make a dent, but that's a pretty steep request. Start with a vote, testing, patches, and such. Reportedly the current version of Mozilla works as well as the previous version did, which means some patches and some lingering problems. No reason we can't fix this.
"This isn't really pertinent, but always useful:
Can we get some more people to vote on the mozilla/openbsd bug here: http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=124958
There are only 40 votes at present, which is pretty sad. You *do* have to register to vote, but it takes about 20 seconds, and the more votes we get the greater the chances of getting some support from the Mozilla coders."
(Comments are closed)