Reports of Phoenix's Death Greatly Exaggerated
Monday January 20th, 2003
Recently, there has been speculation that Phoenix has died. Not so. In a message to the Phoenix General forum, developer Pierre "pch" Chanial has announced that Phoenix is still alive. While pch won't be able to work on Phoenix for at least a month, Mozilla veterans Dean Tessman, Peter "jag" Annema and Jan Varga have all been given CVS access. A 0.6 release is under development.
#21 Re: voting
by SubtleRebel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday January 24th, 2003 1:29 PM
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'Well, witnessing the stampede to Chimera and Safari, I'd say Mac users have voted overwhelmingly against the "kind of functionality provided by Phoenix" you speak of.'
What a moronic thing to say.
Mac users choosing Chimera or Safari has absolutely no bearing on whether or not Mac users want a browser with flexible modular extensibility like Phoenix has. Mac users are not even being given the opportunity to "vote" for Phoenix extensions.
The fact that many OS X users have downloaded an unofficial and unsupported compilation of Phoenix for OS X proves that there is an interest in such a browser. If there were an officially supported version then I guarantee that there would be signifigantly more people interested.