Tracker for trackers
I'd like to propose filing one other bug: a tracker for all the release trackers. It will serve one purpose: plotting the dependencies chart for all release trackers at one time. It would be filed for each major release and closed when all planned locales for this release are shipped (locales that don't make it in the release would get moved as dependencies of next release tracker).
Although we have 2 dashboards, we don't have one for web services. I think that this is a very low-cost way of providing some dashboard functionality through a bugzilla query that can be helpful while we're working on some more serious and feature-rich implementation of dashboard for web services.
For example see dependencies tree for Esperanto release tracker. Wouldn't it be cool to be able to plot such a tree for all open l10n bugs?
The problem is finding the right component for this kind of tracker. The simplest solution would be to go for "Other".
Your thoughts are of course more than welcome.
--StasM 22:25, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
Explicitly mention webcal: in the first paragraph of the protocol handlers bug's description.
Currently the description starts with:
Protocol handlers are a new feature in Firefox 3 that allows links like mailto:email@example.com to be handled by a webmail application.
Protocol handlers are a new feature in Firefox 3 that allows links like mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org to be handled by a webmail application, or links starting with webcal: to be handled by a web calendaring service."
Although we mention webcal: later in the text, current description focuses on mailto: and as a result, the discussion in the bug and the suggestions tend to focus on webmail as well. Putting webcal: in the first paragraph will help notice that the bug is about various protocol handlers, not only mailto: