The Role of mozilla.org
Saturday June 17th, 2000
Mitchell Baker has put up an article at the mozilla.org website that details mozilla.org's role in managing the Mozilla project. The article gives an overview of their goals and decision making process, and describes the Mozilla community's contributions to the project. Very interesting reading. Thanks to Asa for the news.
After reading the below 2 news article. One about AOL's IM "standard", and the other about a new format that could replace MP3. I'm wondering if Mozilla could get involve in some way in these efforts? I mean, what role can Mozilla play in these efforts?
New free MP3 equiv format? <http://news.cnet.com/news//0-1005-200-2091466.html>
AOL releases new IM's standard? <http://news.cnet.com/news//0-1005-200-2086939.html>
What happened to chatzilla? I downloaded the newest nightly, and while it runs really nicely, tasks->IRC chat seems to have disappeared. Anyone have any clue what happened? I know I'm a little behind (been out of town, so no new nightlies for two weeks or so) but this hurts, since it was my only IRC client on Winblows...
#3 Re: Totally OT: Chatzilla?
Monday June 19th, 2000 11:55 AM
Odd Chatzilla was still in the Jun 16th build
#4 Re: Totally OT: Chatzilla?
by gerbilpower <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monday June 19th, 2000 2:10 PM
It's still in there, I had to access it via command line: mozilla.exe -chat
Don't know why it was removed from the menu.