26 Apr 2004 jluke   » (Master)

I am pleased to hear of the meeting between some of the GNOME and mozilla guys, although I am not entirely thrilled about anything in the transcript except for the very bottom entry by Marco. He also outlined not long ago ways to improve using Mozilla in GNOME and has been forced to take this on himself it appears. I fully agree with him. Also it appears the GRE has once again been pushed back, to me this is the single most important step in increasing GNOME/Mozilla cooperation. In the end I only hope good things come out of this, which I think they will. My personal advice to mozilla is to focus on the GRE, and write native platform GUIs on top of that, but I don't expect anyone to listen to me.

Although I use Firefox as my browser, I do not think it could be the included browser for distros unless it integrates with native widgets and dialogs better (whether this is a gtk+ or mozilla deficiency I do not know).

In smaller news, the ILAsmBinding should be working with MonoDevelop in svn. Try it out and let me know if something doesn't work, and file bug reports in bugzilla (not your blog). :)

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