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Thursday March 14th, 2002

This weeks report include updates from BrowserG!, Hovercraft, LatinMoz, getmoz, and Meetzilla. Click the Full Article link to check them out. If you run a project that involves Mozilla, and it's not part of the main distribution, we want to hear about it! Email David Boswell with any info you want to have included in the weekly status report. Also, a huge number of other projects are going on along side Mozilla at mozdev.org, and we encourage you to check them out.


#1 thank you David

by asa <asa@mozilla.org>

Saturday March 16th, 2002 10:44 PM

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David, and all of you that keep us informed about the mozdev and other independent projects, thanks! These items don't get a lot of talkback but that doesn't mean there aren't a lot of people reading them. Keep up the great work.

--Asa

#2 mozilla on pda

by djcovey

Sunday March 17th, 2002 4:12 AM

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Does anyone know if there have been any fruitfull efforts made in using Gecko/mozilla on a pda?

#3 Re: mozilla on pda

by asa <asa@mozilla.org>

Sunday March 17th, 2002 10:56 AM

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Yes, as a matter of fact there has been a serious (and fruitfull, I'd say) effort to put Mozilla on a PDA. The company is called Tuxia and the product is called NXzilla (also called Nanozilla?) You can find decent info at <http://www.tuxia.org/nxzilla/index.html> and <http://www.tuxia.org/viper/index.html> (with a screenshot of NXilla at <http://www.tuxia.org/vipe…screenshots/nanozilla.jpg> ) You can also read the Comdex press release from Tuxia <http://www.tuxia.com/13_nov_press_release.htm> and the Nanozilla project page <http://www.tuxia.com/Nanozilla.htm> for more information.

With Compaq's iPaq PDA now shipping with 64 MB RAM and 32 MB ROM I think that tweaked ports of Mozilla, like Nanozilla (Tuxia claims 32 MB runtime and 9MB footprint), may start to become a real possibility on handhelds.

--Asa

#4 iPaq h5555 - Mozilla

by GPZILLA <djohns85@hotmail.com>

Wednesday November 5th, 2003 7:44 PM

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I am using the h5555 to make this post. This.is an awesome PDA - and deserves an awesome browser. The port will need to support flash etc... to be impressive . The iPaq deserves no less. - GPZILLA