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Nightly Builds of Mozilla Firebird Available for Mac OS X

Sunday May 4th, 2003

The first nightly build of Mozilla Firebird for Mac OS X is now available. mozilla.org's commitment to deliver an OS X version of Firebird was announced in the new Roadmap, which was unveiled last month. The critically-acclaimed Camino browser, which features Mac OS X's native Aqua look-and-feel, will continue to be developed with the full support of mozilla.org.


#42 Oh, this is just starting to get fun...

by Millennium

Sunday May 11th, 2003 2:04 PM

You are replying to this message

"Any sentient person could 'tell.' I do not know why you cannot. "

OK, fine, maybe I'm sub-sentient then. Spell it out.

"I am taken seriously. That is why you are so afraid of me that you have to lie."

Name a single person who is taking you seriously. Just one name, that's all I ask. Not counting yourself, of course.

Am I lying? I don't think so. I have no reason to believe that anything I have said is untrue. If you think I'm lying, then prove what I've said to be incorrect. Surely that's not such a hard thing to do, if Mozilla/Netscape/whoever is really so hypocritical and immoral.