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#45 Re: Restrictions vs. total shutdown

by JoeCanuck

Tuesday April 29th, 2003 9:59 AM

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The explanation was rather terse and could do with some elaboration.

My perception right now is that of a bunch of negativity around the Mozilla project. The unfortunate part of this is that one's perception often becomes their reality.

However, this is nothing that a little more effective communications from the "powers that be" could dissolve.

I'm still a fan of Mozilla and whatever name it takes in the future... I'm just not a fan of the current situation.