LWN.net on Five Years of Mozilla
Thursday April 17th, 2003
KaiRo (Robert Kaiser) writes: "LWN.net had a nice article about Five years of Mozilla in last Thursday's weekly news pages, which are now freely available. This is a nice line-up of current news, starting with Mozilla's birthday and bug 200000, the uses of Gecko, our webtools, mentioning Mitchell Baker's reaction to Safari, shortly discussing the new roadmap, and wrapping up with recently announced 1.4 Alpha and ideal release date of 1.4 final.
"In the whole, something nice to show somebody when you want to present in short what's happening to the Mozilla project currently."
#1 Kudos to the Mozilla
Thursday April 17th, 2003 2:21 PM
5 years already ? I think is a good thing the split of the Browser and Other tools : Mail , Irc . There is a picture there http://www.mozilla.org/roadmap.html.
#2 We shouldn't use the name FIREBIRD
Thursday April 17th, 2003 4:24 PM
this was a big mist... hey, wait a minute! Wrong forum! Never mind! :-P
#3 First release of Mosaic is 10 years
Friday April 18th, 2003 2:50 AM
Ars Technica writes (http://arstechnica.com/archive/news/1050355957.html) that the first official release of the first web browser was released. So that means that the World Wide Web is only twice as old as Mozilla. Intuitively I would have thought that ratio was much more.
#4 (corrected link)
Friday April 18th, 2003 2:51 AM