Does Mozilla have a policy on this?
I am working a fix for my extension a problem which occurs only in Google’s blogger editor.
Right now, I have a comment in there something to the effect of, “This is here because the a$$holes at Google have f%$#ed with Blogger, and I need a work around just for them. Google sucks wet f@rts from dead pigeons,” only I’m using only the Latinate alphabet equivalents.
So, my question is whether or not this would make the Mozilla review of my update fail.
My second question is whether using the bowdlerized equivalents shown above would be an issue.
Also, which words using in inline documentation of code are unacceptable:
- Belgium (probably acceptable to all but the most hardcore of Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy fans)
- F%$#, the F-Bomb.
- Sh$#, referring to excrement.
- F@rt, referring to flatulence.
- C%$#, referring to a portion of a woman’s anatomy. (I’m a HARD no on this one)
- George Carlin’s other Seven Dirty Words.
- B%$#@, also refers to a female dog.
Normally, I would not put this in the comments, but the entire clusterf%$# that is Google’s blogger update has me completely losing my sh%$.