Reasons to Switch to Mozilla Firebird
Saturday April 26th, 2003
David Tenser writes: "Ben Goodger, the Mozilla developer who gave us the newly designed Options window in Mozilla Firebird, has written a very nice document on reasons to switch to Mozilla Firebird instead of using other browsers. The document covers all major features of the browser and is written for end-users as well as developers and web designers." mozilla.org also has a more general section on why you should be using Mozilla.
Update! At the request of a senior Mozilla Firebird developer, this MozillaZine article was withdrawn for a short time while the linked document was updated to meet the Mozilla branding requirements.
#11 Outrageously Bad Faith
by JStarkey <email@example.com>
Saturday April 26th, 2003 4:09 PM
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Please ditch the "Firebirdô". You have argued that a) "Firebird" isn't trademarkable, b) "Firebird is only part of "Mozilla Firebird", c) "Mozilla Firebird" isn't a trademark, only the internal code name for a project. Are you guys duplicitous, sloppy, or just stupid?
Use the tm symbol is legal notice that you claim exclusive right to the mark "Firebird." You don't. So stop. Now.