Mozilla Firefox 0.9 Release Candidate Available
Wednesday June 9th, 2004
Ben Goodger writes: "A testing candidate of Mozilla Firefox 0.9 is now available from mozilla.org. There are a couple more bugs we'd like to fix for the 0.9 release but want to get as much feedback on the app in general before we go out. Please download this build and test with it and report any show stopping bugs that you find. We are still looking to do a 0.9 final sometime Monday." Builds can be found on the FTP site.
Thursday June 10th, 2004 12:51 AM
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Being an application developer, I see a lot of icons & applications. Firebird/Firefox captured my imagination with it's appearance, extensible functionality and usability. This was the first skinable application where I had the theme set to the default. The Qute icons did an excellent job implementing the XP icons design standards set by Microsoft, and offering something different
As for the comments by some criticising certain peoples' abilities, morals and professionalism: I think it is very short sighted to behave in such a manner. Firefox & Thunderbird are among the top open source projects in the world today.
Obviously, as per the comments by the developers of the new theme, WinStripe is in a very early iteration. I'm looking forward to see how they take the comments and reaction and use it to bring us a theme we are all proud to display on our computers. Currently though, theme against theme - of course Qute wins - hands down! I really do hope the lads can get *inStripe up to the excellent standards Arvid brought to the table with Qute.