Mozilla Branches for 0.9.8
Wednesday January 23rd, 2002
mozilla.org today branched for Mozilla Milestone 0.9.8, as well as opened the tree for 0.9.9 checkins. Look for branch builds to start sometime later this week, as early as tomorrow. (While a certain site believes that without builds, you can't have a branch, that is not true.) Pre-0.9.9 trunk builds will start tomorrow, or possibly tonight. See our earlier story for what's new in 0.9.8.
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by PaulB <email@example.com>
Thursday January 31st, 2002 4:09 PM
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My original thoughts were that Mozilla certianly will not be released before it is ready. BTW I haven't used Opera; what is it like? I'm on the Mac and from what I have heard is that Opera is not ready for prime time on the Mac?
I am not seeking hard numbers, but these are nice. The end user's experience is really what counts. when comparing a browser, it would be nice to know if the browser appears inferior to other browsers available on that platform.
Why? I believe it would be nice to know what other browsers' use is like compared to Mozilla? Where does Mozilla shine? Where is Mozilla's tarnish, requiring more polish? I this is known then we will know wat to focus on for future Mozilla versions. Some tarnish might have to wait until post 1.0, but some could be focused on right now. Much of this triage has been done already, just not by focusing on the performace of other browsers to Mozilla in order to highlight areas of tarnish.