25 February, 2008

(Bug--) and first big success + first money :)

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=409796
http://mozilla-russia.org/contribute/bounty-en.html (third item)

24 February, 2008

SAS

Who Dares Wins

17 February, 2008

New permissions (flags) on the bugzilla.mozilla.org!

Few days ago I got the letter from Reed Loden (mozilla developer): now I have some extra permissions (flags) thus I may assign bugs to me and mark them as confirmed and some more. Cool!

Several years ago I saw firefox first time, at those time I was just fox and after it I have become powerfox (firefox was in use...). Heh, If I only knew I would write patches for ff! :)

09 February, 2008

Вот так закончился проект "энциклопедия софта для Linux"

[23:00:07] Evgeniy Ivanov: Мы просто убьём своё время и всё
[23:00:38] Maksim Kravets: может, оно того не стоит вообще?
[23:00:43] Evgeniy Ivanov: Чтобы пара ламеров прочитала обзор, поиграла в никсоидов и сидела в винде через VMware
[23:00:48] … Ага
[23:01:14] … Алекс?
[23:01:26] … Я думаю, что стоит забить на это :)
[23:01:29] Alex: тута я
[23:02:01] … ну забить всегда можно
[23:04:24] … ну что, всё бросаем и делаем точно полезную работу вроде поиска багов?
[23:04:35] Evgeniy Ivanov: +1
[23:04:38] Maksim Kravets: +1
[23:05:17] Alex: ок, абсолютное большинство :)

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Best project management ever :-)
Без лишних слов :-)
©Руслан Хайров

Mozilla

I don't know, but I want to stay in this project... It's cool...

07 February, 2008

Week results (cool vocation and computer)

Great (or maybe not) when you may describe your week with links:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=409796 -- should be marked as fixed. I don't think it may have any regressions.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=411005 -- a kind of my bug. It was caused by gtk bug (but I changed the previous function to buggy one). Of course fixed :) But it breaks my first patch for mozilla. But I don't know if I want to fix GTK (but will).
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=399939 -- very simple. I saw such thing even on the forum.

And back to the writing, new review:
«Dragon Book 2»

Few words about strings in mozilla (just a view of beginner)

Just have a look on this:

nsAString
/ \
nsASingleFragmentString `-------------------------.
/ \ \
nsAFlatString \ nsAPromiseString
/ \ \ \ nsSingleFragmentDepende- / \
/ \ \ `------. ntSubstring / \
/ \ `-------. \ nsDependentConcatenation nsDependentSubstring
/ `-. \ `------------------------.
/ \ \ \
nsSharableString nsString nsDependentString nsPromiseFlatString
| | \
nsXPIDLString nsAutoString NS_LITERAL_STRING.
NS_NAMED_LITERAL_STRING

It's a real crap... Maybe they were implemented in a very good way, but I can't remember their names (after seeng 1 time). Memorizing this crap looks as serious task for any man who isn't mad.


All types should be intuitive. Why do the have such names? I don't know. But IMHO it's crap.

P.S. I'm not mozilla developer, I just opened the code and tried to change some things to fix a bug.
Also I love ff, it's the best browser ever. Maybe reading a book about mozilla development can help. But the naming of types looks...

04 February, 2008

Чем занимается radio-t вне эфира?


Спасибо Konstruktor'у за ссылка на картинку.

03 February, 2008

Gnome and C#


Gnome + C# = love

Консоль против GUI

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