Mozilla Thunderbird 0.7 Released

Wednesday June 16th, 2004

Scott MacGregor writes "The Mozilla Foundation released Thunderbird 0.7 today. New features include a smaller download size, significant performance improvements on all platforms, a new themes and extensions manager, and many bug fixes and other improvements. More on what's new can be found in the Mozilla Foundation's press release.

"Thunderbird now has promotional website banner images and a signature campaign which users can leverage to help spread the Thunderbird word. Read More."

"Builds are currently available from the Thunderbird releases page, along with the current set of Release Notes, or directly from the 0.7 directory on"

#26 'Little of value'?

by leafdigital

Thursday June 17th, 2004 2:12 AM

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Hellllllllllllo, troll.

Many of us still use the Mozilla suite browser, because we still like it better than Firefox. Way before Firefox/Firebird/Phoenix was even vaguely usable, a huge number of people were finding something 'of value' in the Mozilla suite browser. IMO, the Mozilla browser is still second to none and will continue in that position at least until Firebird 1.0.

(I've been using Mozilla for a good many of those five years, and much enjoying not having to use IE with its awful interface and annoying security flaws. That's a significant value to me.)

And if you believe that the Gecko layout engine and XUL are 'little of value' then clearly you haven't been using Firefox or Thunderbird recently. How about Bugzilla? Is that 'little of value'? Funny how we're just beginning to start using it in my workplace, I would have thought we'd have chosen something with more... you know... value.

Anyway, so the fact that - shockingly - some people are endeavouring to make the new stuff better than the old stuff, does not in any way indicate that the old stuff was 'little of value'.