Redesigned Mozilla Website Launching Soon
Thursday October 30th, 2003
Bart Decrem writes: "Thanks to the hard work by Dave Shea, Tristan [Nitot], and, especially for the long last mile, Ben [Goodger], Dawn [Endico], DBaron [David Baron] and Chofmann [Chris Hofmann], we're almost ready to launch the redesigned Mozilla web site, so now's a great time to head over to http://website-beta.mozilla.org/, check out the new site and send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org."
Update: One of the names that originally appeared in this article has been removed, at that person's own request.
#24 Re: Mozilla.org should NOT be W3C compliant . . .
Friday October 31st, 2003 4:11 AM
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If you are using netscape 4 and you don't want to upgrade that is entirely your problem. It was an obsolete product when mozilla development started. That was a few years before the end of last century.
The average netscape 4 user (imho an endangered species) probably has no choice in browsers (platform/hardware limitations), otherwise he/she would be running something else. In the exceptional case that they do have a choice, I can think of no better motivation than almost any website looking like shit on their screen.