eWeek Reviews Mozilla 1.6
Tuesday February 3rd, 2004
eWeek have reviewed Mozilla 1.6, giving it good marks. Noting that Mozilla is "already the best browser available", reviewer Jim Rapoza raves about the new cross-platform NTLM support and mail client improvements. However, the resurrected page translation feature does not impress and the lack of support for FTP uploads is criticised.
eWeek's review is just one of several articles about Mozilla 1.6 that have been published recently. Jeremy sent us a link to an internetnews.com article that briefly outlines the new features in 1.6, while Geek.com, Techweb and The Mac Observer all have short articles about the release.
#1 1.5 Different than 1.6?
by nonpareility <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday February 3rd, 2004 3:45 PM
"The Mozilla Foundation split from Netscape back in July. Since then, the Foundation has introduced such novel browser concepts as tabbed browsing and an integrated pop-up blocker."
Find three wrong things with that paragraph.
Anyway, I don't know if 1.6 is really that different than 1.5. Unless you need NTLM or have a pet peeve bug that was fixed, there isn't much.
actually there have also been big improvments and speedups in rendering
#4 FTP Upload
by johnlar <email@example.com>
Wednesday February 4th, 2004 6:47 AM
They mention the need for FTP upload, does anyone know how this feature is progressing?
According to <http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=24867> there seems to be some recent work on FTP upload.