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.
#28 yes you are
Tuesday January 7th, 2003 6:55 PM
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> it still doesn't have a superior browser
Wrong. Any webdeveloper using the w3c-standards knows that Mozilla is FAR superior then e.g. IE 6.0. It is also better than Opera 7.0b, which seems to turn out quite nice. Also the usability and the combined features (e.g. pop-up blocking, tabs, bayesian spam-filter) makes Mozilla Nr. 1.
> 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.
Wrong again. Read the statement of Mike Potter in your thread. Seems that your *opinion* is just based on assumptions & hearsay.