Instantbird 0.3 alpha
1 has just been released.
This release contains very significant changes, including the ability to
platform. Most of the changes are not yet visible in the user interface,
so we would not advise current users of the 0.2 version to update.
However, it includes basic support for Twitter and is already quite
stable; so it will please early adopters and testers who don’t go as far
as to use nightly builds (which
update themselves everyday with the newest code). Add-on developers will
also be interested, especially because of the new ability to create
I (Florian) was in Brussels this week-end for the FOSDEM conference. As
every time I went to FOSDEM, it was great to meet again several
Mozillians I hadn’t seen for a long time.
I gave a talk early on Sunday morning about Instantbird. I would like to
thank all the people who attended the session, asked interesting
questions and gave great feedback at the end of the talk and during the
rest of the day: thank you!
For those of you who would have liked to be there but couldn’t because
of the time (too early, especially after the great dinner and bowling
event Saturday evening) or location (not everybody lives in Europe!), I
put the slides of my presentation online (and even wrote down what I said!).