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#40 same here

by niner

Tuesday December 18th, 2001 1:35 AM

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I don't feel like an end user. If someone is interested in Mozilla I recomend the Milestone builds and not the nightly, because the nightlies are there just for testing. Even if I use Mozilla as my only browser (apart from testing if something works on the others) I'm still considering myself as a tester and I report problems. So like I said before, new checkins are tested very well before the releases, because Mozilla is tested by some (ten?) thousand people additional to the automated smoketests.

I'm using Milestones since M12 and nightlies since M16 and Mozilla has come along very nicely. Maybe there are some problems in the system and maybe development could go faster if they weren't there but I don't think that they will hold Mozilla from "ever release". Overestimating is still not better than underestimating.