Roadmap Update

Wednesday February 28th, 2001

Asa Dotzler writes:
"In response to the large number of bugs nominated and targeted by the community against Mozilla 0.9 and our desire to maintain 0.9 as a recommended beta branch point we have added one additional milestone to the schedule. This new Mozilla 0.8.1 Milestone will replace the 0.9 milestone in the calendar. Mozilla 0.9 and all subsequent Milestones have been shifted out one 5 week cycle. This results in a projected a 0.9 release date of April 23."

#13 Re: Re: Time waits for no one

by unbekannt

Friday March 2nd, 2001 11:26 AM

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A defeatest attitude like that will only delay the project further. To say that Mozilla needs to be perfect and more feature-complete than IE is crazy. People are already using NS6, and that is far from both. Most people won't use MathML, XBL or chrome anyway (although chrome has worked for quite some time already...).

I don't understand the paranoia. As soon as Moz 1.0 comes out and AOL ships it as the default browser, we'll have a better than 50% market share right there. There is nothing Microsoft can do to stop it.