Revision 92138 of Gecko

  • Revision slug: Talk:Gecko
  • Revision title: Gecko
  • Revision id: 92138
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  • Creator: Mrinal.kant
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  • Comment required relation between gecko and app versions; 63 words added

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This should not be a portal-type of page (it's not even clear what kind of information should go here). Instead it should contain information about what gecko is and link to project docs and gecko information for web developers and for hackers.

This is needed so that we can write "Gecko supports{{ mediawiki.external('...') }}" and be sure that people can follow the link and read that it means that we talk about all gecko-based products. --Nickolay 01:33, 5 Aug 2005 (PDT)


Ok. -- dria 04:54, 5 Aug 2005 (PDT)

"The Gecko name and logo are trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation, used under license."

Surely Mozilla owns the Gecko trademark by now, right?

jswisher 01 December 2010

It seems like the Gecko DOM reference is a good link to put in the documentation section, so I put it there. Unfortunately I messed up the formatting slightly so there's some extra spaces - if anyone can fix it I would appreciate it. Also, the "View all" link needs to be fixed. ImperfectlyInformed 02 March 2011

The table on this page showing gecko versions and the corresponding versions of apps like firefox, thunderbird, etc. is very useful for the developers. It should include entries for Thunderbird 3.2, 3.3 and Firefox 4.2 (which uses Gecko 2.2) too. If there is any easy way to find this info I can edit that too.

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<p>This should not be a portal-type of page (it's not even clear what kind of information should go here). Instead it should contain information about what gecko is and link to project docs and gecko information for web developers and for hackers.</p>
<p>This is needed so that we can write "<a href="/en/Gecko" title="en/Gecko">Gecko</a> supports{{ mediawiki.external('...') }}" and be sure that people can follow the link and read that it means that we talk about all gecko-based products. --<a href="/User:Nickolay" title="User:Nickolay">Nickolay</a> 01:33, 5 Aug 2005 (PDT)</p>
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Ok. -- <a href="/User:Dria" title="User:Dria">dria</a> 04:54, 5 Aug 2005 (PDT)</p>
<p>"<small>The Gecko name and logo are trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation, used under license."</small></p>
<p><small><span style="font-size: medium;">Surely Mozilla owns the Gecko trademark by now, right?</span></small></p>
<p><small><span style="font-size: medium;"><a href="/User:jswisher" rel="custom nofollow">jswisher</a> 01 December 2010</span></small></p>
<p>It seems like the Gecko DOM reference is a good link to put in the documentation section, so I put it there. Unfortunately I messed up the formatting slightly so there's some extra spaces - if anyone can fix it I would appreciate it. Also, the "View all" link needs to be fixed. <a href="/User:ImperfectlyInformed" rel="custom nofollow">ImperfectlyInformed</a> 02 March 2011</p>
<p>The table on this page showing gecko versions and the corresponding versions of apps like firefox, thunderbird, etc. is very useful for the developers. It should include entries for Thunderbird 3.2, 3.3 and Firefox 4.2 (which uses Gecko 2.2) too. If there is any easy way to find this info I can edit that too.</p>
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