Mozilla 1.4 Release Candidate 1 Now Available
Thursday May 29th, 2003
Mozilla 1.4 Release Candidate 1 began shipping today. mozilla.org is making release candidates of 1.4 available to ensure a high quality product that can replace the Mozilla 1.0 branch as the stable development path. Builds can be downloaded from the mozilla.org Releases page or direct from the mozilla1.4rc1 directory on ftp.mozilla.org. More information is available in the Mozilla 1.4 RC-1 Release Notes. The final version of Mozilla 1.4 should be available shortly.
#40 Re: Still not Year 2000 compliant?
Monday June 2nd, 2003 8:28 AM
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I understand that they don't make warranties of any kind, but we're in the year two thousand THREE. Obviously, Y2K bugs aren't a problem, otherwise how am I using the browser without any date-related problems? And that's beside the fact that the Y2K problem was grossly overestimated to begin with.
Most importantly, of all the statements that could have been excerpted from the license to be PROMINENTLY PLACED on the "releases" page, why did they pick the non-Y2K compliant blurb? Is that really the problem that's on everyone's mind now, in 2003? I don't think so. It's been there since at least 1998, and it seems like nothing more than a bad joke that it hasn't been removed.