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Andkon Proposes New Design for Mozilla Foundation Front Page

Tuesday July 27th, 2004

Sometime Mozilla antagonist Andras "andkon" Konya has written an essay on how the Mozilla Foundation can attract new users by improving its website. Andkon takes a critical look at the current mozilla.org front page and the main Mozilla Firefox page before presenting an alternative front page design that he believes will cater better to the needs of end users.


#39 Re: Re: Mozilla.org should at least be revised

by pchown

Wednesday July 28th, 2004 7:12 AM

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That's interesting; for one thing it shows that the website confused me about which browser the Mozilla organisation recommends for newbies. The original point was that the website was confusing, and this demonstrates the problem in action. :-) I've been developing with Mozilla, what hope is there for someone who just wants a more secure browser? IMO, if Firefox is considered to be better than the suite, it shouldn't be described as a preview. "Preview" suggests that it's something you look at if you want to know where Mozilla is going.

Presumably my point about alpha releases still stands, end users would not normally be recommended to download and use these?