Thunderbird's address book official prototype published
Weeks ago, Mozilla announced a new approach that is to be adopted by Thunderbird, meaning, the Thunderbird developers are to be focused on security and critical development for Thunderbird, while allowing interested developers to progress on and enrich Thunderbird's components.
Yet, it seems that official development on Ubuntu's default email client is happening, furthermore, aimed at relevant parts of Thunderbird.
Mozilla's Mike Conley is, at the moment, working on an upcoming Thunderbird address book that, judging by its prototype, seems to bring an interesting change to the address book.
The prototype is available online ("the primary goal of this version of the prototype is to determine if the general layout makes sense") on http://people.mozilla.com/~mconley2/ensemble-mock/www/
While enjoying the Thunderbird prototype, by clicking the
Give me feedback button, users can help the developer to answer the question "Am I heading in the right direction?".
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