M18 Now Available!
Thursday October 12th, 2000
Milestone M18 has just hit the FTP site - get it while it's hot. If you've been checking out the trunk builds, you're already ahead of the curve - the trunk builds are looking really good recently. Now if they can just get the performance of the Personal Security Manager up to snuff, Mozilla will be something I can use for all my browsing.
The M18 release builds are available here. Versions for Linux, Mac, Windows, and OpenVMS are available. Also, there is a Windows MathML/SVG/XSLT build available and a MathML/SVG build available for Linux; I'm not sure what other files you'll need to install to get XSLT working, though (if any).
wow - i can't believe that they're gonna let that one go through. i mean, what's the point of standards compliance if a user can't even have their back button work right?
since this will likely invalidate the ability to use a large number of sites, not to mention any issues with hitting 404 pages, it seems obvious that institutions will choose to use a functioning alternative to n6 (i.e., ie).
i'm gonna go plunk a vote down too. i may still be using mozilla, but it'll be sad to see the university give in to ms.