Boris Zbarsky wrote:"Oh, Linux."
> It all depends on your task set and on your environment.
> For example, on my machine (Linux)
You've got a point there. At least, my impression is that Linux needs
Were you just using SVG on Linux as an example to hilight differences in
> Some of both; net benefit is hard to gauge because the cost-benefitAbsolutely.
> equation is so different for different people and in different situations.
>> My general impression is that while there areProbably not! I end up doing the same kinds of workarounds as you
>> certainly a number of annoyances and quirks, it's entirely
> Your text inputs must work more often than mine do, then.
mention, but I just haven't personally found it to be something that
stops me from getting work done. I suppose this is the kind of
regression that falls into the "death by a thousand papercuts" category...
> I feel that we need to:Perhaps we should track 'dogfood' bugs as a standard part of the weekly
> 1) Nominate bugs for blocking Gecko 1.9 (or Firefox 3) as needed
FF3/Gecko meetings? Although, being more aggressive about backing out
new regressions is probably (but not always) a more efficient way to do
that for the future.
I also wonder if it might help to have longer terms for sheriffs? Say, 2
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