Mozilla 1.0 Development Process
Friday March 1st, 2002
mozilla.org drivers have posted the plan for the road to 1.0, and how the tree will be managed. Basically, the tree will be under driver control for the entire time following the 0.9.9 branching, which is occurring right now. Large landings will have to be placed on the Patch Landing Tool so that firstname.lastname@example.org can know what will be going into the tree, and when. Click the Full Article link to get the whole scoop.
#20 Re: XBL... DOM events... Hyatt...
Tuesday March 5th, 2002 2:15 PM
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I don't know (or care) if Hyatt has fallen in love with OSX. I think that since (a) the Macintosh is one of the three "officially" supported Netscape platforms <http://home.netscape.com/browsers/6/sysreq.html> and (b) Cocoa <http://developer.apple.com/cocoa/> is the 'official' native interface on Mac OSX <http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=128898> as opposed to Carbon <http://developer.apple.com/carbon/> or Classic <http://www.apple.com/maco…technologies/classic.html> and since (c) Cocoa is faster than Carbon or Classic in Mac OSX, that it was a critical issue (both for stability and performance) that this issue be tackled. This is not just a "new feature" that should be put off. I am glad an experienced Mozilla developer like David Hyatt is responsible. Go Hyatt!!!