Friday March 3rd, 2000
This weekend's discussion: What keeps you interested in Mozilla, and what expectations do you have?
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#105 Re: My 10 wishes for Mozilla...
by pepper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monday March 6th, 2000 2:45 PM
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I think I need some clarifications here.
a) What do you mean with this? Could you elaborate.
c) You are aware of that IE is integrated with Windows. This means that most of the IE dll's are already loaded. And why do you start and close your browser, stop doing that and leave it open all the time. ;)
d) I actually like that Mozilla is separated into many components. This will give a lesser memory print since less unnecessary dll-code is loaded. Not to mention that it is easier to use the Mozilla code from other applications. I can recommend to switch to reiserfs if/when you sit in Linux, which is a filesystem that is very efficient with many small files.
g) Importing bookmarks and mail is already there for Outlook Express. I really don't hope that any Netscape employee wastes the time with exporting stuff to Outlook Express. I think that OE is pretty good att importing stuff from N4 at least. Maybe a project for an independent developer.