Tree Closes for Mozilla 1.0
Wednesday March 27th, 2002
The tree just closed in preparation for Mozilla 1.0, and so far, it's looking promising. What does the tree close mean? This time around, as drivers have been in control of the tree for the entire milestone, the actual process won't change, but drivers approval will begin to get harder and harder to get for a checkin. As we approach 1.0, we'll keep you up to date on current status and other interesting news.
#50 IE has similar filters already!
Thursday March 28th, 2002 10:28 AM
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IE supports ad-blocking and popup elimination and all the stuff users would want ALREADY. it's just simply not turned on by default. i guess this is because of all the blame microsoft would recieve if the advisors found out... but it can easily turned on using tweak XP <http://www.totalidea.de/cgi-bin/dlpal.pl?id=1663> or similar tools. and this support is IMHO even better, since it can load lists of servers to block and such nifty features, where you have to add each server manually in mozilla. so, the marketing guys must have spoken over the techies... and this would happen to mozilla, too. so enabeling this my default is a bad idea.