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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.


#91 why not Backwards

by allard

Saturday March 4th, 2000 4:18 AM

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It is totally clear to me, that Moz/Netscape 6 will bother more about standards. And thats good so. Nobody will expect the Mozilla group to make new proprietarian stuff. So far the forward looking part. But everyone will expect tons of websites to be viewable (and not simply crashing the browser), which are created with "old sins", especially those of Netscape, which formerly were being told as the best there is... Screwing up all these websites will take another considerable part of the already lowering market share. The Mozilla team might have taken this decision, but I wonder whether they are aware of the results. This way, they shouldn't wonder about ending up as a niche product. Starting from the expectable results, nobody will see this as a forward-looking strategy.

allard