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Roadmap updated for Mozilla 0.9

Thursday April 19th, 2001

James 'kovu' Russell writes in:
"Mozilla.org recently updated the Mozilla Roadmap to reflect the crash landings that necessitated the 0.8.1 release. Groups embedding Mozilla are encouraged to target 0.9.1 for their beta branch point. 0.9.1 is currently slated for release May 25th."

The tree has closed for 0.9, so expect to start seeing 0.9 test build on ftp.mozilla.org next week at some time.


#41 What really needs to be described

by tny

Monday April 23rd, 2001 6:07 AM

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1.) It doesn't take any longer to write websites that comply to standards than it does to write websites that don't comply to standards. It took me less than a week to switch our *corporate* website from HTML 4.0 to XHTML 1.0 Transitional back in 1999: and we have a few hundred pages.

2.) Pages that comply to standards and are supported by IE5 are supported by Mozilla. Only pages that use IE5-only features are not supported. (BTW, I have had no trouble buying a book on Amazon in a recent Mozilla build, so any problems with SSL aren't universal).

3.) It takes maybe a week to learn CSS, maybe a month to learn JavaScript properly. They are not difficult to learn. Anyone who does not take the time to learn CSS and JavaScript isn't competent to comment upon