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.
#66 Mozilla is not an end user product
Friday March 29th, 2002 1:13 AM
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Period. The sooner you understand that, the least disappointment you will get from the "product". You may ask Netscape for their excuses (the majority of code distribution comes from there), when they release their next version (based on Mozilla 1.0 or whatever). Feel free to bash them, as we all did after the 6.0 release.
We all know there are problems. Following activity on some well known bugs (originally targeted for 1.0, now pushed to future milestones) indicates that they will continue to exist in 1.0. Discussing here the reason doesn't interest me. You may ask Mr. Strauss on that. He will be prompt to answer, that's for sure.
I am not affiliated to mozilla.org or NS. But this doesn't prevent me from understanding a statement claimed a long time ago (I mean that on the title of my post). Is this so hard for you to understand it too?