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Ars Technica Review of Mozilla 1.0

Wednesday July 31st, 2002

No fewer than six people wrote in to tell us about Ars Technica's in-depth review of Mozilla 1.0. As well as rating the Windows version of Mozilla, the article also examines the success of the Mozilla project as a whole. When looking at the product, Gecko was highly praised but Navigator and Mail & Newsgroups came in for criticism. However, the review is much more positive about the Mozilla project, declaring it as "nothing less than a resounding success."


#12 Re: they gave away the jewels of their crown

by zreo2 <aa@globecom.se>

Thursday August 1st, 2002 9:17 AM

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I was talking about their own software. Not Mozilla. I think there is a huge difference there. Shouldn't the "capitalist" software company's support their users or atleast give the users who tries to help them a "thanks" or something ? How do a company survive without their customers ? When you contact a company with a question or a opinion of a feature, bug or something the company nearly always response with some kind of answere, well except of Netscape that is.

And the example I mentioned before is just one of 5 times I have tried to contact Netscape about broken links etc... I think all the mails just go into some black hole in cyber space :)

For the bugscape part: I do understand why bugscape isn't opened for the public but I wasn't talking about that.