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Why have the GECKO ones? Gecko is an internal name for Mozilla's rendering engine, used in some Mozilla software, but it's not a name used in marketing (Netscape owns the trademark; Mozilla has a limited licence) and it's not the name of this WikiProject. I'd say remove that one. WP:MOZILLA, of course, makes good sense :-) -- Gerv 12:27, 21 August 2012 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Gerv (talk • contribs)
You're right, Gerv. I've removed the WP:GECKO redirect. ҭᴙᴇᴡӌӌ 02:40, 25 August 2012 (UTC)
Quoting Wikipedia:UBX#Which namespace?: "Wikipedia: Userboxes in the project namespace are generally for WikiProject or task force usage. Simply create it as a subpage of the WikiProject. (e.g. Wikipedia:VG/DAH!/userbox)" - and since this userbox is uncontroversial, I think it should be moved. mabdul 11:09, 15 August 2012 (UTC)
Trying to create WP:MOZILLA/WP/userbox, but unable to. I read over all the documentation, but I'm unable to create the page. Anyone have some advice? Thanks. ҭᴙᴇᴡӌӌ 17:43, 16 August 2012 (UTC)
Cite4Wiki needs new developer(s) - it broke with the release of Firefox 17!
FYI:Just a notice where it may find a qualified party; no action is required by the project on articles.
Cite4Wiki is on e-death's door. I am the fourth developer, in series, of this tool. I need to hand over the reins to (or at least recruit the aid of) someone capable of re-developing this Wikipedia source citation add-on for Firefox, so that it is compatible with modern versions of the browser. In its current form, it dates to Firefox 4 (but was really re-developed from a Firefox 2 plug-in, and it shows). While it had an unusually long run without changes, as of Firefox 17 it no longer works. A large number of editors have depended on it, on a daily basis, for several years. I simply do not have the real-world cycles to absorb the new Firefox add-on APIs; not now, and not in the foreseeable future. The tool is simply dead without some hopefully quick aid. Please help if you have the skills! — SMcCandlishTalk⇒ ɖ∘¿¤þContrib. 04:15, 24 December 2012 (UTC)