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Mozilla 1.3 Alpha Released

Friday December 13th, 2002

Mozilla 1.3 Alpha is out! This release introduces shedloads of new Mail & Newsgroups features (including Bayesian spam classification, message views and improved filtering), a new Bookmarks Quick Search bar (similar to the one found in Phoenix) and support for the Back and Forward buttons on the IntelliMouse Explorer. There's also improvements to the DOM Inspector and lots of other bug fixes. However, remember that this is only an alpha release, so expect bugs.

Builds are available from mozilla.org's Releases Page or directly from the FTP site. Check out the Release Notes for more info.


#44 Re: Re: I disagree

by AlMalossi <AlMalossi@gmx.net>

Sunday December 15th, 2002 11:47 AM

You are replying to this message

"you accuse me of." hey never wanted to get personal, sorry if i left this impression.

I'm maybe not so often like you in the talkback (but i'm reading mz daily) but it's simply fell into my eyes that after the annocement of "1.3a is out" there is a huge thread "More Bloat" in the talkback. Maybe I'm just missing the "Hey that's great release", "Cool Feature", ... posts which normaly are present at Mozillazine when a new release is out.

That's a alpha release of 1.3. The mozilla roadmap wants exact this cycle that new features are introduced in the alpha release.

I'm coding too (no not mozilla), and I know that bug tracking is 100 times more boring than implementing of new features. And since mozilla is a open source project I can not 'demand' from coders to drop all the fun things. Yes I am aware of how important stability is

Mozilla is not only about creating rocksolid application it want's to gain the momentum of open source volunteer.

And yes one can start now a reply about "most of them are aol employee anyway"