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M14 Out!

Wednesday March 1st, 2000

Frank Visser writes, "Hello, mozilla M14 seems to be out, there is now content in the mozilla.org M14 ftp download directory."

This release doesn't contain the crypto code yet. That is still to come. But feel free to download! Currently only Linux and Windows builds available -- more to come. When's the crypto code arriving? "Really, really soon", from what I've heard.


#103 Re: I Love the W3C!

by Ben_Goodger

Sunday March 5th, 2000 1:09 AM

You are replying to this message

If there is anything to hold against the W3C, it is that their standards (namely existing CSS specs, and parts of the DOM) are inadequate at supplying the tools necessary to create a high performance XPFE (or, I imagine, a large website).

Your point is taken, but it is invalid in application to the W3C - the W3C exists to make standards, so it is no surprise that their recommendations do not coincide with the implementations from existing web browsers. To create standards that recommended new browsers base implementations of the existing stock would be a futile, frustrating excercise in bug duplication.