Are we going to remove support for this pref in a subsequent release?
Am Mo., 12. Aug. 2019 um 10:05 Uhr schrieb Johann Hofmann <
> In desktop Firefox 70, we intend to remove Extended Validation (EV)
> indicators from the identity block (the left hand side of the URL bar
with one of the
> UX managers to plan a replacement for the keyword. The goal here is to have
> a work queue that UX can triage and is visible to all the stakeholders.
> I'll report on that soon.
> -- Emma
> On Wed, May 15, 2019 at 3:41 AM Dão Gottwald
After reading the bug, it seems that this use case was just completely
missed, and only UX people who barely use bugzilla were consulted.
Therefore I'd like to ask that we re-enable this keyword until we have a
Am Mi., 15. Mai 2019 um 12:28 Uhr schrieb Dão
I used the uiwanted keyword in Firefox front-end components to indicate
that a bug needs UX input before it can move forward, without explicitly
flagging a particular UX person because the bug has a low priority. It's
valuable meta data even if nobody monitors all uiwanted bugs. How do you
This may have been discussed before since it's kind of an obvious question:
Was there a conscious decision not to post phabricator review comments to
bugzilla? It's a somewhat significant change from how we've used bugzilla.
I can see a potential upside of separating review comments from other
2018-07-03 21:34 GMT+02:00 Mark Côté :
> We’re aiming for late July for these implementations, which will allow us
> to close down MozReview soon after, in time for the data center closure.
What's going to happen to bugzilla attachments pointing to MozReview? Are
we going to migrate the
This is about the code behind about:newtab and about:home, yes? Or some
broader Activity Stream magic? Activity Stream has become kind of a fuzzy
term, to the point where I'm not sure anymore what it means.
2018-06-18 21:58 GMT+02:00 Kris Maglione :
> This should also have some memory
Can we please automatically redirect from
https://dxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/source/x/y.z? My browsing history
is littered with mxr URLs which used to make it very easy to find a file by
typing part of the name. As it stands all those
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