Mozilla in the News
Friday October 13th, 2000
There's a new article at Upside titled "Learning the Ways of Mozilla" which delves into the process of becoming a member of the Mozilla community. It has quotes from Dave Boswell, Ian Oeshger, Mitchell Baker, and Myk and Tony from Forumzilla.
Also, there is an interview with Mitchell Baker at LinuxNews. In it, she discusses the Mozilla development process, and Mozilla's commitment to the Linux community.
Thanks to David Polberger for the news.
"According to Pete Collins, one of the lead Total Recall developers, Total Recall is still awaiting approval for incorporation into the main commercial branch of the Mozilla source tree."
Why is this? Wasn't this finished like six months ago?
Just curious, W
#2 Re: Where's Total Recall?
by gerbilpower <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday October 13th, 2000 12:59 PM
When Total Recall first came out, I heard that it was still very buggy and such. They obviously have made improvements into it already but maybe progress was slow since developers could have been working on a couple different things at once. And Pete Collins I know is involved with one other project, the Aphrodite chrome.
#3 Re: Where's Total Recall?
Friday October 13th, 2000 6:03 PM
"Main commercial branch of the Mozilla source tree." ??? I doubt it. If this is talking about Netscape's MN6 branch I find it extremely difficult to believe that he is really trying to get anything accepted there without first getting it into the trunk.
#4 OT: Look at this sites design
Saturday October 14th, 2000 6:34 PM
Does it look familiar? :)
I know this is kinda offtopic, but I submitted it friday and haven't see it posted yet so what the hell. Jabberzilla-- jabber (the instant message program) for mozilla (as a standalone or in the sidepanel) is in "alpha-1" proof-of-concept stage at <http://jabbercentral.com/jabberzilla/>.
I guess it doesn't work on windows machines yet, but I've gotten my roster loaded on the mac, and it looks cool anyway even if it doesn't work right.
It's cool, so I thought everyone should know :) I read it on Jabbercentral, incidentally: <http://www.jabbercentral.com>