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Status

Ship Default Add-ons with Thunderbird
Stage Definition
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Health OK
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Team

Product manager Jean-Baptiste Piacentino
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Security lead `
Privacy lead `
Localization lead `
Accessibility lead `
QA lead `
UX lead `
Product marketing lead Anne-Marie Bourcier
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Open issues/risks

  • Proposing a add-on by default also implies that the add-on will always be compatible. To prevent this, we'll not bundle the add-ons with Thunderbird distribution but rather point at them in a content tab, the 'Installation Tip of the Day'.

Stage 1: Definition

1. Feature overview

Provide a method of supplying users with commonly used add-ons to provide better awareness and easier installation of those add-ons.

2. Users & use cases

The user installs Thunderbird or upgrades to a newer version: a list of recommended add-ons is displayed, with a short description and a direct link to install.

3. Dependencies

  • Lightning [1]
  • Conversations [2]
  • others (TBD)

4. Requirements

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Non-goals

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Stage 2: Design

5. Functional specification

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6. User experience design

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Stage 3: Planning

7. Implementation plan

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8. Reviews

Security review

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Privacy review

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Localization review

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Accessibility

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Quality Assurance review

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Operations review

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Stage 4: Development

9. Implementation

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Stage 5: Release

10. Landing criteria

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Feature details

Priority Unprioritized
Rank 999
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Roadmap `
Secondary roadmap `
Feature list Thunderbird
Project `
Engineering team Thunderbird

Team status notes

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