Monday November 20th, 2000
Dave Boswell writes, "After mozdev was down over the weekend while we moved the server, the site is back up with some big updates to the Fabula pages. Installs of both the Reader and Maker are available on the site plus more. Brian King has done all of this after the software was officially released in Europe.
"Unfortunately Brian is no longer going to be working on the project and he is looking for someone to take over the development of Fabula in his place. If anyone is interested in working on the development of Fabula, or taking over the Fabula pages on mozdev.org, there is a contact page with information on who to contact."
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Thursday November 23rd, 2000 3:13 AM
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Why does Fabula rate a news item while Komodo doesn't? Fabula sounds very noble-minded, and I'll be delighted once Mozilla supports the national languages of my country and its neighbours, which are in much more daily use than (for example) Welsh. But I think Komodo, as a cros-platform IDE for several very popular programming languages (as opposed to national languages), is even more note-worthy. So why didn't it's preview version receive a mention on MozillaZine?