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.
#37 Re: What does it matter anyway?
Friday August 17th, 2001 6:59 PM
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It doesn't really matter in the grand scheme of things but MozillaQuest is always publishing rubbish like this. He frequently misreports on the number of bugs and claims that Mozilla is too buggy. He once decided that there were 2,700 (or some such number) of bugs in the Mozilla build that a Netscape 6.1 Preview Release was based on and said that this was too much for a commercial product. He may be interested to here that Windows 2000 shipped with about 64,000 known bugs. The bug figures could just be a misunderstanding, but this Netscape-denies-it-uses-Mozilla-code-thing is just blatant misinformation.