Thursday February 17th, 2000
M14 is being handled a little differently than previous Milestone builds, according to this news post from Jim Roskind. Instead of building a solo M14 branch, and stabilizing that, they are going to continue to squash PDT+ and Beta flagged bugs, and will flag some daily builds this week as potential M14 candidates.
Jim also talks a bit about Netscape's beta plans. Their list of "beta blocking" bugs is shrinking quickly, but they haven't yet reached a point where Netscape feels comfortable doing a "beta" branch for stabilization. Jim says that he hope that happens "in short order".
We have to wait, but if some of the improvements over the past week are any indication, it will definitely be worth it.
#6 Re: CSS and correctnessof Gecko?
by knollc <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday February 18th, 2000 7:33 AM
You are replying to this message
Why does it seem that you are wantinig to completely different goals? On one hand, you are saying that you want full 100% CSS1 compilance, and on the other hand you are saying that <http://www.msgto.com> isn't displaying properly and even if it is using bad HTML it should display properly (like IE and NS4). Do you want compliance or buggy implementation to display buggy HTML 'properly'?