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Mitchell Baker on Browser Innovation, Gecko and the Mozilla Project

Friday March 7th, 2003

Mitchell Baker, mozilla.org's Chief Lizard Wrangler, has written an article about browser innovation and the future of the World Wide Web. The document explores Mozilla technologies such as Gecko and XUL, discusses the importance of open Web standards and examines some of the differences between Camino and Safari, the two premier browsers for Mac OS X.


#1 Excellent

by morg

Friday March 7th, 2003 9:18 AM

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That's an excellent article. I wish she'd have dwelt just a little bit less on the Apple platform. Leaving that one quibble aside, this is a superb essay that serves well as an executive summary of the Mozilla Project.

#2 MozillaZine

by Tanyel <tanyel@straightblack.com>

Friday March 7th, 2003 10:16 AM

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I refuse to believe this website gets millions of hits per month.

#3 Re: MozillaZine

by AlexBishop <alex@mozillazine.org>

Friday March 7th, 2003 12:13 PM

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"I refuse to believe this website gets millions of hits per month."

That's your prerogative.

That said, MozillaZine averages 1,891,956.47 hits per week, or about 7.5 million a month.

Alex

#4 Very nice article!

by jedbro

Friday March 7th, 2003 3:38 PM

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This is a very nice and well written article, covering what Mozilla is, the future of gecko, and recent events affecting mozilla.

Just wish we could here more often from Mitchell Baker, and what she's up to.

#5 misnomer

by ed_welch

Monday March 10th, 2003 1:04 AM

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Insteresting artical, but should really be titled Safari versus Camino