Mozilla Foundation Looking for Volunteers

Thursday July 29th, 2004

Blake Ross writes: "The Mozilla Foundation is looking to assemble a small team of highly motivated volunteers to assist us in getting Firefox 1.0 on computing magazine CDs. This will may entail a few phone conversations, and we will assist where possible (especially in those cases where we have contacts). If you're interested, please send mail to blake AT cs DOT stanford DOT edu telling me a little bit about yourself and your background (if relevant). If you're fluent in languages other than English, please also mention that, as we definitely want a few non-English speakers on the team to help us capture international magazines. Thanks everyone!"

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by johann_p

Friday July 30th, 2004 4:47 PM

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that the suite was not intended for the masses. That does not change the fact that firefox has in comparison with the suite a lot of design flaws and shortcomings that make it just inacceptable for many users. Apart from this the whole concept of dividing the apps has still not produced something where one can use the different apps (TB, FB and the others) in an integrated way - instead each app has their own redundant but differnt libs and many features of an integrated suite are missing. I have tried again and again to make the switch but always come back to the suite, simply because FB sucks.