Time Magazine Article on Mozilla

Wednesday April 24th, 2002

Asa Dotzler writes: "Mozilla makes Time magazine, print and web. Seems that this reviewer appreciates 'the clever, stress-saving bells and whistles that come from millions of geek hours of testing.' I guess so called 'geek features' like tabbed browsing and pop-up blocking aren't so geeky afterall. Check out a scan of the print version and read the article over on"

#39 Re: Re: Best Quote

by macpeep

Thursday April 25th, 2002 10:50 PM

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Time to wake up! Thousands of people that run Mozilla based browsers and run across bugs every day are also not able to do a damn thing about it. It's not about if the source code is out there or not. The MUCH MORE limiting issue is that most people can't code - or don't care about fixing bugs in their software. I present evidence A: Bugzilla. The fact that there are so many open bugs is proof of that even though bugs are reported, people can't do a damn thing about them.