July 27th is Mozilla Community Day at the O'Reilly Open Source Conference!

Tuesday July 10th, 2001

If you are going to the O'Reilly Open Source Conference in San Diego this month, be sure to check out Mozilla Community Day, which is happening the last day of the conference. Mozilla Community Day is open to all, whether or not your are attending the Open Source Conference. To find out more, visit this page for info and a listing of some of the topics that will be discussed!

#55 Re: Not if IE's still pre-loaded

by tny

Wednesday July 18th, 2001 8:20 AM

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Actually, I believe it's only for manufacturers on preinstalled new systems with XP. Which obviously will not be 32MB (and I would hope not 64MB) systems. If Netscape can convince a few hardware manufacturers to put Netscape 6.x on as the default web and mail clients on their new systems, that will be great. It might finally lead to some real competition!

Yeah, IE will still probably be preloaded: but if there's no "get on the internet" button that's tied to IE, and if AOL is tied to NS6, the entry-level users won't realize that, and they will never have that stage of thinking that Microsoft runs the Internet.