Update on 0.9.4
Friday September 7th, 2001
We asked Asa for a quick status on 0.9.4's status, which was for release this weekend, and here's what he had to say:
#80 Re: Re: Re: Re: cookies and freedom of speech
Monday September 10th, 2001 1:24 PM
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"I don't think I post with any opinions."
Well, I don't know who did the vote about the worst Mozilla news site, but that was pretty lame. Naive, lame.. to the extent it wasn't even funny - just plain lame.
"I'm not seeing the "MozillaZine can't tolerate any negative opinions.""
Well, I didn't mean the site. I meant the users.. And of course one shouldn't generalize. :)
"Are you saying that this site (others and I) are purposely posting bias news."
Yeah, that was my contention.. But it's not really that you've missed any important piece of news. It's more like.. that there aren't any serious discussions about the obvious issues that there are. UI quality for one. Marketshare (or lack thereof) being another.. and so on and so forth. What I mean is that we mostly just see "0.9.x released!!!" here, while MozillaQuest would post the same thing, but with "0.9.x released, behind schedule and with 3123 bugs, 1239 in X, 1234 in Y, 9123 in Z". :)
But then again, like I think you (?) have pointed out in previously, people are free to post their own stories and you'll publish them if they are good.. So.. If i feel so strongly about these issues, I guess I should write an article. After all, this is a community effort.
"I think people just don't agree with your opinion."
Really? You think? :) Well, compare the more widespread views of users of MozillaZine with the general public and you'll find that my views much closer reflect the general public. In that sense, MozillaZine (the users) are pretty biased. It's quite understandable though. People read this site because they are enthusiastic about Mozilla. Of course you'll find a pro-Mozilla bias! I wish people would have more tolerance for eachother though.