Whether you know it or not, I am a Firefox Extension Developer and have about 7 or so extensions that I've written for Firefox over the last couple of years. Some are functional, such as the Google Calendar Watcher extension, or the Codesnipp.it extension (for users of http://codesnipp.it). And others were created as a little bit of fun, such as the Profanity extension, which puts random swear words on any web page throughout any text!
My most popular extension by far is the Google Calendar Watcher, and it's definitely the one I've been most proud of as I use it on a daily basis. However, it has taken me a long to finally perfect it enough to a). be happy enough with it to release it, and b). for the very strict extension testers to approve it! But, I'm very happy to say that the new version is now available for download on the Firefox Add-on website and can be found Google Calendar Watcher.
The first thing I did was listen to the various reviews of my original extension which had more teething problems than I realised. I also got a very helpful tester on board to go through the UI and those teething problems to get everything ironed out. Here are some of the updates:
I have a few ideas for the next version, which I have already started work on. I'm not sure how many or which of the following will be in the next version but I plan on regular updates so make sure to keep your add-ons up-to-date!
If you use the add-on and find something is missing or not working correctly, please get in touch and let me know so I can add it to my roadmap, or get it fixed. If you would like an easy way to report an issue I have a project page set up on BitBucket where you can add feature requests or bug reports that I can easily keep track of.
You can find out more information on the extensions' website and download it from https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/google-calendar-watcher/.