mozilla.org Releases 0.9.2.1
Tuesday August 14th, 2001
mozilla.org today released the source code for 0.9.2.1, which is the code that matches Netscape 6.1. This comes from the 0.9.2 branch, and is being made available both as part of the MPL license requirement, and as a way for third parties to easily use it to write compatible plugins and addon features to Netscape 6.1, as well as Mozilla.
#27 What does it matter anyway?
Thursday August 16th, 2001 8:45 PM
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Maybe I'm ignorant on this issue but would somebody help me out here. Why is this such a big issue?
If you know anything about Mozilla you know that Netscape people are working on the project, and that they are using the code produced through the Mozilla project for Netscape 6.x.
It says right on Mozilla's website: "... which is the code that matches Netscape 6.1." . Why would they lie about that and what would it matter if they did. OMG, Netscape 6.1 is based on Mozilla 0.9.2.1 and not 0.9.2 or it came out before 0.9.3 and didn't have a 6.1 PR2. Wooopdeefriggindoo.
Why don't we concentrate on the fact that Mozilla is an awesome browser and I can't wait until the commercial release is out. I use it as my main browser now and it just keeps getting better with every release. I could care less about Netscape's browser because I'm not going to use it, I'm going to use Mozilla.