Minutes of the mozilla.org Staff Meeting of Wednesday 19th February 2003
Monday February 24th, 2003
The minutes of the mozilla.org staff meeting of Wednesday 19th February 2003 are now online. Issues discussed include the 1.3 release, plans for 1.4 and 1.5, the Chimera/Camino 0.7 release, having mozilla.org host another tinderbox rewrite and additional developer tools, a research request for Talkback data and the splash screen.
#15 Re: Re: Mozilla *is* a de facto distribution ...
Tuesday February 25th, 2003 10:13 AM
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"end user" implies "support"
Imho, "for developers" implies support too. No matter who your target market is, you're always going to have to provide some kind of support (like a public bug database and a support newsgroup; oh ... wait ... never mind). Well, that is IF you want your product to be used ofcourse.
"I'd expect the number of such "bug reports" to increase if we were to aggressively market Mozilla as a distribution."
Who's asking anyone to market mozilla? All I'm seeing are requests to actually make it pretty and easy to use (i.e. all the UI-related bugs which are currently ignored or WONTFIX'd), which is considerably different from marketing anything. And, btw, if mozilla.org isn't marketing anything, then why is there a chief lizard wrangler?