Mozilla 1.2.1 Coming Soon
Friday November 29th, 2002
Asa Dotzler writes: "We've discovered a bug in Mozilla 1.2 that can cause DHTML on some sites to fail. We've got a fix and will be releasing a 1.2.1 shortly.
"Also, the 1.2 release tag was not complete so builds created from that tag may have additional problems. If you're building Mozilla you can pull the tip of the branch or wait for the 1.2.1 tag to get the correct files.
"Sorry for the inconvenience."
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Sunday December 1st, 2002 9:14 AM
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I'm following the mozilla project now for a long time and I keep wondering if bugzillas vote feature is pretty much ignored. Look at this list: <http://bugzilla.mozilla.o…gs.delta_ts%2Cbugs.bug_id> Striking that only 2 of the 20 most-wanted bugs are fixed though some of them exist really for a long time. Some bugs are certainly difficult to solve, especially if you want to solve them "the right way". But still no error-page instead of a dialog-box? No media-type-blocking (are any commercial interests lurking here due to Netscapes close relation to this project)? No Delete attachment from message? I'm personally not so interested in solving any of these bugs but the community certainly is. To make my point clear: I don't want to offense anybody, if I wasn't a fan of open source and the Mozilla project in general if wouldn't write here, but: A little bit more listening to end-users would give the community a "warm fuzzy feeling" especially as we all help testing and using Moz everyday. At least after 2 years that some bugs exists some page at mozilla.org should inform us un-knowing end-users why those most-wanted bugs still aren't solved yet. Some of my enthusiasm for this project is destroyed...