Pourquoi le module Bloody Vikings! a-t-il été créé ?
As more and more websites required registering with an e-mail address without properly disclosing how it'll be used,
I switched to using temporary email addresses for each website I intended not to visit again. While reducing the amount of spam sent to my real email address and protecting my privacy, the process of manually creating and using a temporary email address was a bit tedious, especially when I had to try different providers. Thus, Bloody Vikings! was born. In case you're wondering about the name, you might be interested some Spam, bacon, sausage and Spam.
Prochaine étape pour Bloody Vikings!
Bloody Vikings! was in maintenance mode for quite some time now, meaning I fixed broken services when they were reported and kept the add-on compatible with the latest Firefox version. This doesn't mean that I'm out of ideas. If there's enough interest, I consider the following features:
- Improve the user interface and feedback
- Handle anonbox's CACert.org issue in a user-friendly manner
- Rethink label names, especially for users installing Bloody Vikings! as a part of a compilation. Contra: I really like muttering "Bloody Vikings!" when asked for my e-mail address.
- Add an option to report broken services
- Improve code quality, add documentation and push it to Github
- Fully support providers with multiple domains
- Finally fix compatibility with MenuEditor
- Make Bloody Vikings! restartless
- Android support
- Important: e10s compatibility!
À propos du développeur
|Utilisateur depuis||December 8, 2010|
|Nombre de modules développés||1 module|
|Moyenne des notes des modules du développeur||Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles|