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Appropriate category

Hi Dria. Are you sure it shouldn't belong into Category:Developing Mozilla:References? Because, looking at the content, it is not really about the toolbar itself, but merely about how the toolbar is integrated into SeaMonkey (i.e. an architecture issue, but not of XUL, but of SeaMonkey). --Andreas Wuest 07:53, 13 February 2006 (PST)

I was going to make just that comment. I would also remove any XUL categories, since it's not a part of toolkit, but an implementation detail of SeaMonkey UI. --Nickolay 08:27, 13 February 2006 (PST)
I think so! But I was also thinking about something along the lines of Category:Developing Mozilla:SeaMonkey:References, since I think we should somehow distinguish between the different projects (which leads directly to the ongoing category discussion). --Andreas Wuest 08:42, 13 February 2006 (PST)

(oh, and if anybody agrees with me on that, we should also rename the article to something like "SeaMonkey toolbars implementation".)

Yes, XUL:Toolbars is definitely inappropriate! --Andreas Wuest 08:42, 13 February 2006 (PST)
Is this even really appropriate for MDC at all? I can't think of anywhere we've documented Firefox implementation details here. Maybe this is more appropriate for wiki.mo? I could be wrong -- i really have no clue what this page is actually about. -- dria 09:01, 13 February 2006 (PST)
Yeah, MDC only contains information about the underlying technologies, but not about implementation details of actual products. Don't know whose idea it was to set this page up here. Maybe somebody of the wiki.mo people should have a look at? --Andreas Wuest 09:11, 13 February 2006 (PST)
I was hoping the internal documentation is also appropriate for devmo. I strongly believe it should be. Planning is for wiki.m.o, yes. But documentation for mozilla developers should be on devmo, no? Now I'm not sure about SeaMonkey interface, as it's not an official product (and I'm not fond of it), but internal docs should be allowed. After all look at Interfaces... --Nickolay 11:23, 13 February 2006 (PST)
It is an Official Project though not Product. We document Firefox extension details, which are also implementation details in some cases. So I feel that this at least "half" belongs here. If we were to document internal sets for xyz project here, I would be against it, but if it is maintained/supported/or hosted in some way by mozilla.org I feel we have a good chance of accepting it, (if it is developer targetted). --Callek 21:12, 13 February 2006 (PST)

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