CNET Review of Mozilla 1.0 Release Candidate 2
Monday May 20th, 2002
Ezh pointed us towards a review of RC2 over at CNET. We've been sitting on this for a few days in the hope of getting some more reviews to tell you about but no more seem to have come in. Tell us if you find any.
CNET's latest review, like the RC1 piece, is generally positive. Reviewer Rex Baldazo likes the fact that Java is easier to set up and approves of the new option to disable cookies in Mail & Newsgroups. However, he still hasn't read the bit in the Release Notes that says not to use the same profile with Netscape and Mozilla.
#11 Need help? Do it yourself
by lacostej <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday May 21st, 2002 3:17 AM
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"Need help? Do it yourself Mozilla's tech support hasn't changed either. Since Mozilla is freeware, it has no huge support department to help you debug problems. Mozilla.org hosts some newsgroups, but they're aimed at developers, not end users, so you're pretty much on your own. This Netscape help group offers the best Mozilla help we've found."
This sentence seems to contradict itself.
If an end-user is looking at 'debugging' problems, then these problem can be reported using Bugzilla, and one can use the newsgroups, MozillaZine and IRC to get in touch with developers/users to help you nail down the bug.