Mozilla Foundation Launches New End User Services Including CD Sales, Telephone Support and Redesigned Website
Wednesday October 15th, 2003
The Mozilla Foundation today launched several initatives as part of its new focus on end users. As well as today's releases of Mozilla 1.5, Mozilla Firebird 0.7 and Mozilla Thunderbird 0.3, the Foundation is now selling Mozilla on CD and offering fee-based telephone support. A beta version of a new website, with a greater emphasis on the needs of end users, has also been launched. Read the full article for more information about these exciting changes.
#3 Colour me impressed
Wednesday October 15th, 2003 4:38 AM
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The new website looks very nice indeed. It seems that the design is by Dave Shea ( <http://mezzoblue.com/> ) who is responsible for the css zen garden (<http://csszengarden.com/> ) - (apologies if it says that somewhere more obvious then in the source code and I've missed it). In fact the only negative thing that I can find is that the Mozilla 1.5 box on the homepage is less distinct than the box for the 'technology preview' products*. However it's such a massive improvement over the old page that it seems almost rude to complain.
*Yes, before anyone points it out, there is a stray /ul which means the page doesn't validate. It also professes to be xhtml 1.0 whilst being sent as text/html.