Mozilla First Release? "Mozilla 1.0"
Thursday June 29th, 2000
There has been some question as to what the first release of Mozilla will be called. But now, in a post to the n.p.m.seamonkey newsgroup, Mitchell Baker states that the name of Mozilla's first release will officially be "Mozilla 1.0". They decided to use the "1.0" appellation because, "this is the first release developed through the open source process, and much of the code and the architecture is new". The user-agent will still begin with the "Mozilla/5.0" substring.
#31 Re: Newsreader
Friday July 7th, 2000 6:21 PM
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If NS 4 is a bad news reader, give me a clue as to what consist of a good newsreader. I'm serious here, as far as newsreaders are concern, I'm clueless. What is your favorite newsreader? Another thing, if you find stuff missing in Moz, check out the Mozilla.org and bugzilla.mozila.org websites. Search through them and see if they are being or will be implemented. If not, file a feature request. Which part of the Moz as a newsreader you hate most? And as for current state, which current state are you talking about? Mozilla changes at every build.
I'm using Mozilla's newsreader. Sure it is slow and buggy, search is still not working properly, but to say that it is worst than NS4? Give me a break. If NS6 was released in this state I'll criticize NS6 as much as you do, but Mozilla isn't 1.0 yet. Hey! We are not even talking about beta here.