Mozilla 1.0 User FAQ and Reviewer's Guide

Saturday May 25th, 2002

David Gerard writes: "The start page for Mozilla 1.0 is in the works, with some results ready for comment from the Mozillaverse. Take a look at the Draft 1.0 User FAQ (there's also an XML/XSLT version if you want to try triggering bug 146119 ;-) and give feedback using the link at the top of the page. Also check out an early draft of the 1.0 Reviewer's Guide and send comments to ralph[AT]

"We're also after standards-compliant eye candy to show off what Mozilla can do — stuff with the appeal of the Complexspiral Demo or the 'Time Is On The Move' DHTML clock."

#32 Re: Open Source Software

by dmh

Sunday May 26th, 2002 5:41 AM

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No. In the words of the Mozilla Organization, "Mozilla is an open-source web browser, designed for standards compliance, performance and portability."

thegoldenear -- I'm not trying to start a "Free Software vs. Open Source" flame war, but if calls Mozilla open source, surely you should respect that.