Mozilla 0.6 released

Wednesday December 6th, 2000 today released a milestone based on the Netscape 6 branch. Builds are available on the ftp site, and more info on the build and it's purpose is available in the release notes.

#54 Tanyel, here's your chance to stand corrected

by asa <>

Sunday December 10th, 2000 9:05 PM

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"They don't care"

I'm one of those "they". When I specifically tell you what I care about and don't care aout then I give you permission to relay to others my cares. Until then you are not qualiified to talk about what any of "they" care or don't care about.

You comment here like you have some expertise but you don't. This seems to be your m.o. You join a thread and make some statement like it's fact. I usually give you the benefit of the doubt and just assume that you're not really following the devlopment process and it's understandable how the uninformed can misjudge things. If you are following this project closely enough to know what "they" care about then you're simply being malicious and misleading in your characterization of a lot of people who are working very hard. By most definitions that makes you a troll.

I usually don't waste my time with trolls (Actually working to make Mozilla better is time better spent) but it really bothers me to see armchair quarterbacks like you trying to smear the efforts of a bunch of people with baseless assumptions and accusations.

For anyone besides Tanyel who might be reading this, we do care about footprint and memory usage. We are working to make it better every day. If you would like to know what we really care about then ask us. Don't waste your time with the backseat drivers and naysaying pundits.