Mike Cornall: There is Nothing Wrong With Mozilla
Wednesday August 2nd, 2000
Mike Cornall has written a piece for Linux Today titled "There is Nothing Wrong With Mozilla". In it, Mr. Cornall makes the case for Mozilla, arguing against some misconceptions and mischaracterizations in a piece that appeared at osOpinion.com. There is also another piece at osOpinion.com, this one by Erik Severinghaus, which is also worth checking out.
#8 Why they shouldn't stick with classic
by coolqf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday August 4th, 2000 6:39 AM
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We all like classic don't get me wrong, but it's for Netscape the actual netscape! This is mozilla... I think it's better that we give it it's own skin. Some people see mozilla when it comes out as a software that took years and years to make and to he AVERAGE user it'll seem too much like netscape and wont see it all that worth while. Mozilla has little relations with netscape. mozilla is a software that's going to be it's first versions and it's going to be a great alternattive to IE. new appearances is what attracts people.