mozilla.org releases Mozilla Milestone 0.9.4
Friday September 14th, 2001
#155 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 1.0 is in the eye
Monday September 24th, 2001 8:46 PM
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It doesn't have feature parity. M$ extensions to the DOM may be proprietary but they are darn powerful. And there's nothing like Visual InterDev for Mozilla.
What do i want from it? What I used to want was a clean, well-factored, reliable browser on which I could implement various ideas about improving the browsing experience as a weekend project. Now that it's become obvious that Mozilla is a vast, lumbering beast that would require three coders and ten QA people to add the simplest significant feature (instead of just fixing other people's bugs), I no longer have that hope.
I guess right now all I want is for Mozilla not to hurt me too much if at some point we have to support it in our application. Think I'm SOL on that one, though -- we haven't been able to get our developers to stay off the IE proprietary features, since those save them a lot of time....