Forbes Raves About Mozilla Firebird

Wednesday February 4th, 2004

In the personal technology section of its website, Forbes magazine raves about Mozilla Firebird. The browser's tabbed browsing, popup blocking and integrated search are all given glowing reviews. "If, in its unfinished state, Firebird is this good," Forbes says, "perhaps Microsoft should be worried." Thanks to Darin Fisher for the link.

#9 US Air Force on Mozilla

by pmsyyz

Wednesday February 4th, 2004 3:25 PM

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Strategy Guidance Mozilla 1.3 is accepted into i-TRM in contained (emerging) status. While in this status, it is approved for use as a reference standard in the SG community for testing purposes with the specific intent of ensuring that web environments now under development, those in production, and those undergoing maintenance/upgrade are (and remain) compatible with mainstream browsers. Mozilla is also approved for limited operational testing at AFCA for a period of up to one year to determine its compatibility, stability, supportability, and suitability for potential reclassification to mainstream status by the IAC in response to a future i-TRM Change Request. While in contained (emerging) status, Mozilla is not approved for AF Enterprise use outside AFCA and the SG community, nor are portal/web environments required to support it.

Mozilla 1.5 is in there too, but with no guidance. The only other Gecko product in i-TRM is Netscape 7.02 which is approved for use.