@killyourfm So glad that Mozilla is investing in people to share their vision. I've been related to software related to Netscape/Mozilla since 1995 and still using Thunderbird today (and love it, to be honest). Congratulations.
@NiLace Thanks for such an awesome message! I think the rest of 2022 and into 2023 is going to leave you smiling :D
@killyourfm I've seen around a little sneek-a-peek of what's coming and I'm eager to put my hands on it already :) Congratulations again, awesome job position. Good luck and all the best.
@killyourfm Just to avoid confusion (English is not my mother tongue language) by “related to” I mean being a plain user 😞
@killyourfm Oh. Ohhhh... 😁
JK, so far, I really enjoy using Thunderbird!
And congrats on the new role! 👍
Mostly UI could be more intuitive. I watch my wife get wrapped around the axel too much, and she is doing simple stuff.
The RSS interface is mostly experiment-till-it-works for me.
I really do love having a great, cross-platform (Linux, Mac) mail client, so Thunderbird for the win.
@killyourfm That's awesome news! Congratulations! They couldn't have picked a better man for the job. 👍
@killyourfm Glad to hear it! I don't currently use a desktop mail client, but might have to look into Thunderbird
We suppose our question is what can Thunderbird do to limit their use of Amazon Web Services? Last we checked Thunderbird relies far too much on Amazon servers. It had an aggressive phone home feel, with the firewall screaming Amazon, Amazon Amazon.
To what extent can Amazon be purged from the stack?
@email@example.com this is preposterous but I'm now imagining you posting here via Thunderbird somehow
@killyourfm when are you gonna fix the bug where you can't dismiss reminders from google calendars? 😂 (i'm kidding i'm kidding)
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