Calendar Soon to be Included in Default Mozilla Builds
Tuesday January 7th, 2003
Mike Potter has posted a message to netscape.public.mozilla.calendar about the integration of Calendar with Mozilla. It is generally felt that Calendar is ready to be included in the default Mozilla builds and work is progressing to make this a reality. You can install the latest version of Calendar (currently Windows and Linux only) from the Calendar project page.
#18 not a troll
Tuesday January 7th, 2003 4:36 PM
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Not trolling at all. If you're paying attention you'll know that Apple just released a browser for Macs based on KDE/KHTML/Konqueror code.
Is there any good reason to try and displace Outlook? Why not focus on browsing?
Mozilla made the classic mistake of lousy scope management and now 4.5 years later it still doesn't have a superior browser. But it sure does have a bunch of superfluous components that have no relation to web browsing! And if people think all the components were developed independently and thus had no negative bearing on gecko development, they don't truly understand projects.