Mozilla 0.9.9 Released
Monday March 11th, 2002
mozilla.org today released what will be the last major milestone prior to 1.0, Mozilla 0.9.9. New features in this release include TrueType font support on Unix, SOAP support enabled, MathML support enabled on platforms that support it, new Print Preview toolbar, new Full Screen mode on windows, new popup window preferences, a fix for the zlib vulnerablility on Linux, and more.
With 0.9.9 out the door, the focus turns to the first release candidate of Mozilla 1.0, due later this month, or in early april. Also, expect numerous vendors to release product off the 1.0 branch including possibly Netscape and OEOne. We are working on setting up special Mozilla 1.0 forums, and should have them up by the end of today.
#99 Re: And who are the web developers
Thursday March 14th, 2002 7:41 AM
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quote >>> I certainly don't develop web pages or e-commerce sites for a living, but I do a fair bit of CGI stuff to support my work. Most people I know have done some of this at some point. I think this bug affects more people that you think.<<<<<
Your grandmother does? Give me a break, MOST users do NOT write CGI. I work in a company of 150, 75% of them scientists (60% with Ph.D.s), and I am the only one who has ever written any CGI. Ever.
Mozilla, when it becomes Netscape, is aimed at your grandmother. She's the ideal user. (Mine prefers IE, but I'll break her of that someday).