MozillaZine Readers Sound Off
Sunday April 4th, 1999
MozillaZine readers Ho-Sheng Hsiao and Oliver White (aka cyanide) have written essays regarding recent events in the Mozilla community. The first, on the benefits of downloadable chrome, can be read here (or, click Full Article below). The second, musings on Mozilla and Open Source, can be found here. You can also get to the second essay by clicking the "Next" link at the end of the first essay.
The opinions stated in these essays do not necessarily reflect the opinions of MozillaZine.
If you have written an essay regarding Mozilla's first anniversary, feel free to submit it to MozillaZine. We can't promise we'll print all submissions, but we'll try.
#11 Re:MozillaZine Readers Sound Off
by Robin Colgrove <email@example.com>
Monday April 5th, 1999 11:34 AM
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Oliver White asks us to help by finding and complaining about bugs. For non-professional programmers, there is a threshhold effect the software must cross in order not to take to much time away from other tasks. I tried to take mozilla's advice and use the m3 release of apprunner as my usual browser but had to get rid of it after it crashed my powerbook twice requiring a re-install of the system before it would even boot. I am willing to put some effort into hammering out the bugs in new software but I draw the line at programs that trash my system folder. Theres' too little time in the day already. I will try again with m4.