Friday June 30th, 2000
The weekend discussion returns, with a simple question:
What's your impression of Mozilla's status at this point? Progressing nicely? Faltering? Are you using Mozilla? If not, what needs to be changed before you start using it full time? Try to be specific, and offer constructive criticism and advice. It would be nice if the Mozilla developers could gather some useful information from the discussion. If you haven't tried out a recent nightly build, take one for a spin before you comment.
#84 Re: Mozilla's non profit. Netscape's a company.
Sunday July 2nd, 2000 10:50 AM
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>just like ... Nelson Rockefeller (Standard Oil), and various railroads 150 years ago.
This is nit-picking, and completely off-topic, but.... It was John Rockefeller (Nelson Rockefeller was Gerald Ford's vice president). :) And the railroads really weren't penalized (to say nothing of the fact that the Continental Railroad was completed only 131 years ago); Standard Oil got it for monopolizing horizontally (controlling every step of the process, from oil to laying track to engine production, etc.). The Sherman Antitrust Act was only passed a little over 100 years ago. :)
(Sorry. I'm a history buff. ;) )