XULRunner, etc…

In the past 24 hours, I filed my first XULRunner bug, installed Cygwin with some basic GNU tools (CVS, make, …), upgraded my MinGW installation to something more recent because of an old windres version, downloaded the XULRunner source code using CVS and started building XULRunner.
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A Look At XULRunner And Songbird

About 2 weeks ago I found out about Songbird, a media-player that is suppose to be “the last media player ever” (I’m assuming that because it will be so good, we won’t need any other media player). Songbird is written in XUL which is a user interface markup language also used by Firefox and Thunderbird. The interesting thing about XUL is that it looks like HTML. So anyone who is familiar with HTML can look at the XUL tags and kinda know what to do.
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