Mozilla Still Good After 32 Days
Saturday July 27th, 2002
Timothy Dyck began using Mozilla about a month ago and he hasn't looked back since. In an opinion piece, the eWEEK journalist describes his favourite features and outlines some improvements he'd like to see in future versions.
#1 What does mozilla.org think of this?
by onelists <email@example.com>
Saturday July 27th, 2002 11:56 AM
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Often in discussion about Mozilla on irc or mozilla oriented mailing lists I often find mozilla people being very adament that mozilla was not intended for end users and that specific advocacy of mozilla to end users should not be done. Indeed a mozdev project for advocacy had serious damage done to it early on for this very reason. So why do we constantly see reports on mozilla being used without also seeing complaints form mozilla about this?
Personally I _do_ want to see mozilla used by end users. I wants to see mozilla advocacy. But I would like the issue cleared up. Do mozilla.org actually want to prevent end use of mozilla? With Netscape/Beonex/Chimera.. etc used instead?