2002 Mozilla Timeline
Wednesday January 1st, 2003
The latest mozilla.org Status Update takes a look back at 2002. Focussing mainly on releases, the update includes three timelines covering mozilla.org, third-party gecko integration and webtools.
#1 That's "focusing" (1 s) ;) n/t
Thursday January 2nd, 2003 10:34 AM
#4 dictionary.com says either way is acceptable
Thursday January 2nd, 2003 11:03 AM
Personally, I think he made the right choice with the two s's. It's sorta a guarantee that it'll be read as "foe-cuss-ing" instead of "foe-cue-zing", "foe-coo-zing", or "foe-cuh-zing". :-)
Friday January 3rd, 2003 7:43 AM
Okay, but it looks bloody awful to me. :)
#2 What was Black Wednesday on Dec. 11?
Thursday January 2nd, 2003 10:46 AM
Am I missing something?
#3 Re: What was Black Wednesday on Dec. 11?
Thursday January 2nd, 2003 10:58 AM
Cuts at AOL (Netscapes parent company) badly affected Netscape. http://reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=internetNews&storyID=1891922
Also see Scott Collins weblog for more information, http://scottcollins.net/journal/
#5 I feel for Scott Collins
Thursday January 2nd, 2003 8:48 PM
and the loss of his job. It is never a good thing when there are layoffs. Scott protrays the situation in much more dire terms thanI have heard then portrayed. Some feel the Mozilla layoffs will not have that negative an effect on the Mozilla project as some doomsayers have suggested. I wish there were no layoffs, but all is not doom and gloom with the Mozilla project because of them (as some suggest).
#7 Re: I feel for Scott Collins
Friday January 3rd, 2003 2:52 PM
If you mean me, then I'm also glad to see that some new people moved to mozilla and I believe some other returned (I could be wrong BTW...). But Scott did not says all... Waterson also was moved to some other work. Maybe some one more were.