Mozilla Feature at WebReview
Friday August 20th, 1999
Luddite and Adam Lock both sent in news regarding two articles on Mozilla over at WebReview.com. Both articles are written by Eugene Eric Kim, previously Senior Technical Editor at Doctor Dobb's Journal. The first article delves into the technical advances of the new Mozilla (XPCOM, XPToolkit, Gecko), as well as some of the other Open Source code-support tools that aid mozilla's development (Bugzilla, Tinderbox, and Bonsai).
In the second article, Eugene examines Mozilla's Open Source initiative, and talks with Stuart Parmenter (you may know him as Pavlov from #mozilla) and Michael Leventhal of CiTEC (the company creating "DocZilla"). MozillaZine even gets a mention.
Both articles are well written, and do a good job of assessing mozilla's progress and its exciting new technologies, so be sure to check them out!
#1 CSS 1 maybe... and 2.0?
Friday August 20th, 1999 8:46 AM
Does Mozilla support full CSS1.0? What about 2.0?
#2 CSS 1 maybe... and 2.0?
Friday August 20th, 1999 9:37 AM
The goal is 100% CSS1 and 80% (no sound style sheets and stuff like that) CSS2.
#3 CSS 1 maybe... and 2.0?
Friday August 20th, 1999 11:48 AM
Well, officially there is no promised support for CSS2, but a lot of it has been/will be implemented.
Friday August 20th, 1999 5:48 PM
It looks like the Throbber is going to be taking on a more active role, such as an e-mail and instant messanger indicator. Very cool. Look through the files.
#5 Mozilla Feature at WebReview
Saturday August 21st, 1999 9:32 AM
I thought the articles were mostly informative and well-balanced.
"The proof's in the pudding" (so to speak) -- can't argue with that, even though we here know that the pudding's going to be very tasty indeed. :-)
#6 Where Do I get more infpo?
Sunday August 22nd, 1999 3:46 PM
I read the webreview article and was mightily impressed with the XPConnect possibilities. Where do i get more info that a non-CPP human can read?
#7 Where Do I get more infpo?
Sunday August 22nd, 1999 4:15 PM
you can start here: