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MozillaZine is Proud to Announce Affiliation with O'Reilly Network

Tuesday March 28th, 2000

We're happy to announce that MozillaZine is now an affiliate on the O'Reilly Network. You can read more details here.

The O'Reilly Network is home to great sites such as XML.com, Apache Week and Perl.com. We feel priveleged to be a part of such a group, and we're glad that O'Reilly sees the potential for Mozilla that we all see.

We look forward to working with O'Reilly to better promote Mozilla, and we hope you stick around to help Mozilla, too!


#1 Congratulations guys

by asa <asa@mozilla.org>

Tuesday March 28th, 2000 8:27 PM

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You guys have been the town square for this community since the beginning and we all appreciate your efforts. Thanks and good luck going forward.

Asa

#2 Neat

by Tekhir

Tuesday March 28th, 2000 9:34 PM

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MZ has been THE major news outlet for mozilla these past few years. I visit the site all the time to catch up on mozilla news. Especially newsgroups I dont frequent like the security one.

#3 Congrats.

by Waldo

Tuesday March 28th, 2000 10:00 PM

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Damn.. it has been "years" hasn't it. Sunrise, sunset... damn.

Well, I've been here since day one (I still have booklinks to some of the original way-old mozilla sites... For a walk down memory lane, check out <http://contributor.devel.org/> and Pat Gunn's original FAQ, which just realized actually stayed updated all the way up to Nov '99 at <http://junior.apk.net/~qc/dok/mozilla_faq>).

But here's where the action's always been, thanks to Chris. Congrats O'Reilly and congrats Chris for your leadership.. I think the Chrome Zone in particular is going to turn out to be the shit.

W

#4 Homepage

by jonde <joona.nuutinen@pp.inet.fi>

Wednesday March 29th, 2000 4:13 AM

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MozillaZine has been my start page for about a year now. Of course I've been following it even longer. I've always liked it, the colors and the simpliness. I liked the outlined newsboxes better, though. But I'll continue to use it as my start page for as long as possible.

#5 Re: Homepage

by svn <svn@xmlterm.org>

Wednesday March 29th, 2000 9:12 AM

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I liked the outlined newsboxes better too! I guess there's more news now, and too many boxes don't look too good. MZ has been informative and the discussions have been very thoughtful and civilized. Let's hope it remains that way as its popularity grows.

#6 Archives?

by Beafsteak <christian.mattar@fh-aachen.de>

Wednesday March 29th, 2000 10:24 AM

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With all the nostalgic feelings coming up, where did the Mozillazine archive go? It'd be interesting to follow the articles since The Beginning Of Mozilla up to now

#9 Re: Archives?

by basic <_basic@yahoo.com>

Thursday March 30th, 2000 10:58 AM

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Yeah! And having a search tool wouldn't hurt ;-)

Basic

#10 Re: Archives?

by jawbone <jlp@ematic.com>

Friday March 31st, 2000 3:05 PM

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#7 Good move

by boreno

Wednesday March 29th, 2000 2:36 PM

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Being a daily visitor to MZ since the very beginning (even before the domain got registered, if I remember correctly), I am very happy to see MZ going this way. Actually, I think it would have been a good move to affiliate with just about any other company or organization - the fact the O'Reilly is the one only makes it all fell more secure and stable.

Though I'm not a Mozilla contributor, I've been following it's development since go-live of Mozilla.org and the Mozilla 1.0 party, which I did attend. It all started with me and a friend writing a masters paper on open-source (development methodology), and now I've been watching the development so closely for so long, that I feel a paper on the path taken in the manegerial perspective, would be worth it's weight in gold for the community of developers, open or closed source'd.

I wish you all the best of success in the future, as well as you have had in the past.

Yours, Ludvig A. Norin <Ludvig@home.se>

#8 Good move

by boreno

Wednesday March 29th, 2000 3:55 PM

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Being a daily visitor to MZ since the very beginning (even before the domain got registered, if I remember correctly), I am very happy to see MZ going this way. Actually, I think it would have been a good move to affiliate with just about any other company or organization - the fact the O'Reilly is the one only makes it all fell more secure and stable.

Though I'm not a Mozilla contributor, I've been following it's development since go-live of Mozilla.org and the Mozilla 1.0 party, which I did attend. It all started with me and a friend writing a masters paper on open-source (development methodology), and now I've been watching the development so closely for so long, that I feel a paper on the path taken in the manegerial perspective, would be worth it's weight in gold for the community of developers, open or closed source'd.

I wish you all the best of success in the future, as well as you have had in the past.

Yours, Ludvig A. Norin <Ludvig@home.se>