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[Mar. 23rd, 2002|01:20 pm]
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Just wondering... I'm pretty sure I saw a post a good while ago (not sure if it was in this or some other lj_*-comm though :P), about making a Mozilla LJ clinet add-on... was that ever actually done, or at least started on? If so, can anyone point me to where it is and/or who's working on it? And if not, can anyone point me to any good tutorials on writing such an add-on, so I might start on it? ^_~
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[User Picture]From: freso
2002-03-23 05:51 am (UTC)
It does, only, it's for Blogger and not LJ ;)
It might be easy to port and/or use for inspiration though, I think this is also what inspired the post I mentioned in the entry... iirc... >_>
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[User Picture]From: freso
2002-03-23 10:02 am (UTC)
Yeah... but I'm just starting out with Mozilla, so... I don't know either, but I thought it might be a worthwhile project to learn it with ;)
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From: evan
2002-03-23 04:16 pm (UTC)
I've been in contact with the developer of that.

He didn't seem too interested in LiveJournal because he had other things to work on, but I'd be happy to make some introductions if they're needed.
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[User Picture]From: freso
2002-03-23 04:31 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure they'd be needed, but... they'd definitely get very appreciated! =)
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[User Picture]From: drbrain
2002-04-03 01:17 pm (UTC)

Just started one

I'll have a mozdev project up soon. Until then you can see a very, very basic implementation at http://segment7.net/mozilla/ljizzilla/.

Just click on ljizzilla.xpi to install and follow the instructions (you must be root to install on linux/unix systems).
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From: xenofalcon
2002-04-24 07:25 am (UTC)
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