Friday March 29th, 2002
The mozilla.org Status Reports was updated, and included some information on what email@example.com are up to, and what's coming up:
"firstname.lastname@example.org approved checkins for over 240 bugs this last week. We've taken a few more big-ticket items and have a couple to go. drivers will be ramping down this next week and actively soliciting fixes that we need to branch and have a Release Candidate 1 sometime (hopefully) late next week. We need to get RC1 out there quickly and get feedback on all the changes we've taken since 0.9.9 and at the same time we need the release to stand up so that users will put enough hours on it to give meaningful feedback. Please help us to get the builds into good shape over this next week with particular attention to recent regressions and topcrash+ bugs."
Monday April 1st, 2002 2:50 PM
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Well, the mission statement at Mozilla.org diagrees with you. It clearly says \"We coordinate the open source Mozilla browser project. Mozilla is an open-source web browser, designed for standards-compliance, performance and portability.\".
Their product is a web browser. A corollary product to that is a codebase that is very useful to other people.