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Tree Closed for M13

Wednesday January 19th, 2000

The tree has closed for M13 stabilization, so we can expect to see an M13 build show up sometime within the next week or so. There has been a lot of work done over the past few weeks, and I think a lot of people will be happy with the progress they see in the final M13 binaries. Keep an eye out here for news and more of what to expect in M13.


#35 Re: Moz is trash!

by asa <asa@mozilla.org>

Friday January 21st, 2000 7:04 PM

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>People talk about stability;

Yep. I talk about stability. I talk about it nearly every day. I talk with users, serious testers and developers about where it is getting better, where it is not. I use mozilla every day for several hours at a time without crashes or freezes. I use it as my exclusive mail and news reader. I browse the same couple dozen sites that I would browse in Navigator or in Explorer without major hinderence. I'm very happy with the stability gains that mozilla has made in the last 6 weeks especially. Yes. People do talk about stability. I'm one of them.

>Form menus, contextual menus, prefs; all of these open useless blank windows. It doesn't remember window placement, bookmarks, toolbar settings, etc

This all works prety well for me. Maybe you need some help getting Mozilla set up. I'd be glad to help.

>I have always been a Moz supporter

And like most mozilla supporters you title your post "Mos is trash!" What ever dude.

>meaningless milestone releases

umm, a milestone release is a checkpoint. It's a chance to stop for a couple of days and see what you've got. You complain about stability but call a milestone checkpoint meaningless. I'm losing faith in your reasoning.

>getting the bloody thing to work halfway right.

Getting it to work all the way right is my goal. I give some of my time daily helping Mozilla toward this objective. If it really matters to you and you are more than this troll of a post leads me to believe then maybe you'll offer to help out too.

Asa