What's that I hear? A Bookie sprint is going to take place. We've got a clear mission, to get a Firefox extension going for Bookie. Since all of the rework has been going into the JS driving Bookie, the hope is that we can get a Firefox extension to do everything the Chrome one can do.
We'll be playing with the newish Firefox Add-On SDK to build it and it should serve as a great run down of the new JS code for everyone involved.
The new project for the Firefox extension is starting up at: https://github.com/mitechie/bookie-firefox
When is this fantastic event you ask? Well 10am-4pm at my place. If you're not sure where that is, just ask me. You can also participate virtually in #bookie on Freenode.
Firefox extensions not really your thing? That's ok, I'm sure there will be lots of side hacking going on and with everyone in the same room, we should be able to crank out some great work. Check out the Trello board for ideas on things that need to happen before the Bookie 0.4 release is out. Mobile-izing the view, updating docs, adding features to the Chrome extension, are just a few of the fun things to hack on.