Monday August 16th, 1999
MathML will be joining the rest of the Mozilla code in the CVS tree after M9's released. This doesn't mean that it'll make it into the final release; that will depend on how robust the MathML implementation is at release time. But it will be in the tree, so when you check out you'll be checking out MathML code as well. Also, MathML will be added to Bugzilla, so you can contribute bug reports, and MathML-related binaries may be made available for user testing. Click here to read the news post.
If you're looking for a way to help out, this would be a great way to start. The MathML guys already have a good understanding of the layout and rendering mechanisms of Mozilla, and by checking out the MathML code you might get a good idea of how the browser works.
#6 MathML Landing!
by sj12fn <email@example.com>
Monday August 16th, 1999 1:52 PM
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I thought it was M11. Anyway, according to Moz.org, they plan not to release a browser, but a base upon which other companies can build browsers (more a Mozilla class of browsers than a Mozilla browser)