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mozilla.org Status Update #221 (January 19, 2004)

Monday January 19th, 2004

The mozilla.org Status Update #221 (January 19, 2004) is now online. It includes news on Mozilla 1.6, the Mozilla Development Roadmap, Camino, relicensing, the URL spoofing vulnerability, CSS and more.


#1 Mozilla is #1

by morg

Monday January 19th, 2004 8:31 PM

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Searching Google for "1" shows that Mozilla.org is #1!!!

<http://www.google.com/sea…=1&btnG=Google+Search>

#2 Re: Mozilla is #1

by Waldo_2

Monday January 19th, 2004 8:38 PM

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What the devil?

I know at one time "best" brought up the IE homepage in Google, but how could "1" bring up mozilla.org? Hypotheses, anyone? I can't think of an intuitive reason for this.

#3 Re: Re: Mozilla is #1

by vramdal <vramdal@gmail.com>

Monday January 19th, 2004 11:53 PM

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There sure are a lot of pages on mozilla.org containing 1.x ...

#4 Re: Re: Re: Mozilla is #1

by mlefevre

Tuesday January 20th, 2004 4:44 AM

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Indeed. Mozilla is at version 1.x, so it's top for "1". Top result for "4" is Netscape.com (Netscape 4.x). Top results for "5" and "6" are Quicktime and Internet Explorer. "7" is back with Netscape and Opera is second. 8 doesn't bring up any particular software, but "9" is Windows Media Player (9).

It's more the links than the content - taking out the punctuation, there are many links on the web to "Mozilla 1 x", "Netscape 4 x", "Quicktime 6 x", "Windows Media Player 9" etc. So, I think we can conclude that Mozilla is the most popular 1.x software currently available :)

#5 firebird

by pbreit

Tuesday January 20th, 2004 2:07 PM

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The importance of moving on to FireBird cannot be over-stated. Godspeed!

#6 Re: firebird

by bzbarsky

Wednesday January 21st, 2004 8:48 AM

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actually, it _can_ be over-stated. And you've succeeded in doing just that, in your various posts.