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Personal Profile

Name: Chinmay Patel or Chintu or Chinu or Jimmy

Gender: Male

Course: BSD (Bachelor of Software Development)

Strengths: C, C++, Java, SQL

Weaknesses: I can't ask somebody for help. But, I think I have to learn that ... and eventually I will

Hobbies: RollerSkating and Pingpong and Badminton and Lots of other.


Programming Profile

Languages Known: C, C++, Java, SQL, Flash Actionscript

Blog :

Projects: I haven't completed any projects but school assignments.

Current Project: Currently I am working on project on Mozilla Thunderbird. It is all about making weave work on Thunderbird. The work has already been started and I just have to continue from the left over and wrap it up.


I have NO project to work. The major reason for that is I would like to work on Thunderbird and We don't have any to work on. But, Dave provided me with some useful features which are helpful in some cases.

One of them is renaming the attachment in Compose Mail option.


These are the 3 bugs that are not perfectly related to my project but still somewhat related to it. Here they are ...

Building Thunderbird on Vista with Visual Studio 2008

I have blogged about it on my blog page. If you want help or reference, you can go to the link below and look at it.

Landfill mozilla bug

Contribution Done

Patrick: Provided him the data that he wanted for his research.

tjbro: Helped him to build his Thunderbird.

Chris Bishop: Made automated shell script.

Contribution Received

Chris Bishop: Always eager to help me. My first source of information after websites.

James Boston: Helped me with Building Thunderbird. Plus, Helped me to understand his PASTEBIN AND UBIQUITY stuff.

Scott Lunel: I was stuck in packaging my Extension. Scott came to me helped me in Packaging it. And finally, my extension is working. Thanks a lot Scott.

Slokunshialgo & Sid : Checked my extension.

DOM inspector

DOM inspector is the best, as far as I know, tool to have a reference for Object Model. I have blogged about how to use it but it didn't show up on the Seneca Planet. To know more about it ...