I'll be sending an email after the holidays with some details about what we want to do with this project.
Ok, so in theory I would think you could run this in any normal browser. Why is it that firefox.html requires HTMLrunner ( #111 ). I've run it before in a normal browser, but now it just loads a blank page.
@19kestier Use Firefox Nightly. Enable the web components in about:config, and make sure to clone the submodules too.
@paulrouget you should point to the new repo now in the old repo
so new contributions are not done there
either in the README or in the Repo description from GitHub
Alright. Migration done.
Should we keep this gitter channel? We do not use it much. And people at Mozilla really prefer IRC.
I think one communication channel is enough. I like Gitter, but I can use IRC as well. Could you add a paragraph to the README.md about this?
I say IRC is better, but it's nice to see what messages have been sent in the past, so thats why I like scollback.io
Younger dev generation does not seems to be that fond of IRC.
Gitter has awesome github integartion.
I can post snippets of code and get syntax highlighting, no need for pastebing etc..
I can connect from my phone and read / respond to messages.
It preserves chat history, so if I miss anything I can read that up when I'm back.
That being said I don't mind switching to IRC if most ppl seem more comfortable with it.
I assume we're ditching this so I'm leaving the room!
Good reasons for Gitter. "Younger dev generation does not seems to be that fond of IRC." To be honest - I never used IRC before. Never had a reason why I should do this before. So... what is the IRC channel?