We pushed Demo Studio live on Thursday with some great teamwork on IRC.
We added browser compatibility information to our documentation on MDN.
We prepared for conferences:
We got ready for SXSW where 5 Guys in Kilts will wear Mozilla shirts on Saturday.
We launched Web O’Wonder!
We agreed to sponsor JSConf.
We discussed technical evangelist candidates, interviewed technical writers and interviewed potential interns.
Let us know if you have any questions.
Have a great week!
The Developer Engagement Team
Christian, Janet, Jay, Paul, Sheppy and Stormy
2 Replies to “Mozilla Developer Engagement Update, March 7, 2011”
Most of your image src attributes are links to Gmail attachments like https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/?ui=2&ik=454ed486c4&view=att&th=12e925609d6540f6&attid=0.5&disp=emb&realattid=ii_12e9252a6c8d5fa4&zw
AIUI, that isn’t going to work in someone else’s browser. Even when logged in to Gmail I see nothing, and if I try to view the image alone I get a Gmail 404 error.
The original mailer, your Gmail client, and your blog software are all at fault for not realizing that you want to reference an image at a publicly-accessible URL. Do What I Mean, indeed.
Thanks! I thought that was too easy and I meant to test it in another browser or on another machine but didn’t get to it. I think it’s all fixed now.
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