Introduction to Mozilla Manual Available
Monday December 15th, 2003
Kevin Quiggle writes: "A guide to Mozilla 1.5 — Introduction to Mozilla — A Manual for First Time Users — is now complete and is available for download as an illustrated PDF file (source documents used to create the manual are also available). This publication is intended to introduce new users of Mozilla to key features and functions. It is suitable for corporate users, schools, or home users. If there is sufficient interest, an updated edition may be created for Mozilla 1.6."
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Tuesday December 16th, 2003 5:17 AM
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I'm not sure it's even clear that the birds will be "the" primary products - they will be primary, but the suite could be as well. Whether the birds will be bundled into a new suite certainly isn't clear - that went with the proposed roadmap back in Spring, but recently Firebird developers haven't indicated that things will go that way.
All this stuff is still under discussion by the Mozilla folks, and although we can (and obviously do :) speculate based on various things people have said in various places, one can't really make definitive statements until the new roadmap is made public.
Whatever happens, the birds clearly aren't going to be ready until Spring at the earliest - this document is good for _now_, rather than aiming to be good for whatever is happening some time in the future.
The document is pretty good, except for the font on the title page and the lossily-compressed screenshots.