Minutes of the mozilla.org Staff Meeting of Wednesday 29th January 2003
Wednesday February 12th, 2003
Gervase Markham has posted the minutes of the mozilla.org staff meeting of Wednesday 29th January 2003 to netscape.public.mozilla.seamonkey. Issues discussed at the meeting include the direction of the project, communication between staff members, the status of the project, if the mozilla.org builds constitute a de facto distribution, legal issues surrounding the Chimera name and the mozdev donations drive. Under current plans, the minutes of future weekly meetings will also be posted to the newsgroups.
#13 Re: Re: Re: Re: Distribution: Make Moz the corpora
Friday February 14th, 2003 5:45 AM
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MS IE has a lot of bugs - sadly, most complex software products today do also. IE's bugs are very often security related, though, which is one of the reasons I would like to replace it.
The problem with the Mozilla is different: there is a set of long-standing bugs related to "plays nice on corporate networks". Some of them have 4-digit bugzilla numbers, which I have to think means they have been around for a while. When you read through the threads of those bugs, you find that the development team doesn't think that they are a problem.
Now, I can't personally and don't have the resources to fix them myself, so I am not going to jump up and down screaming. But I can't deploy Mozilla on my corporate network, either, which I don't think is a good long-term sign.