FW Editor: How and when did you start writing the code for Subject Manager?
TrV: The main idea beneath Subject Manager comes from a friend of mine who lacks this kind of features. He told me about this 4 months ago.
FW Editor: Which emails management possibilities are provided by Subject Manager?
TrV: Subject Manager allows to manage subjects of emails. The main feature is allowing to pick easily one subject from a user-defined list.
FW Editor: Recently you have released a Subject Manager version for Mozilla Firefox. Can you tell us more about it? It's the same build as Subject Manager for Mozilla Thunderbird?
TrV: You're wrong. There is not and won't be any version for Firefox as managing subjects is a pure email feature.
FW Editor: Do you plan to improve or change Subject Manager in any way? If yes, how are you going to do that?
TrV: For the moment, no improvement or change is planned. But i may change my mind if good relevant are asked by users.
FW Editor: Why would you recommend Subject Manager over any other similar application?
TrV: AFAIK there is no other TB addon which provides such features.
FW Editor: Every developer must have a source of inspiration, beside his own applications. What is yours? Which application had a positive impact over you?
TrV: My "inspiration" comes from my everyday use of computers in many ways: profesional, personal, ... When i think about "how it would be great to have a software which ..." i first google the internet looking for something which already exists. If it doesn't, then i try to figure out if i can do it myself.
FW Editor: How can you describe Subject Manager in one single word?
TrV: Manages subjects of emails.
FW Editor: Is there anything you would like to add about Subject Manager?
TrV: If you like it, please consider adding a review on Mozilla addons website and/or sending me some friendly email. It always makes me a great pleasure.
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