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Developer Chat At #mozillazine on irc.mozilla.org

Thursday September 30th, 1999

We're having a developer chat tomorrow (Friday, October 1) between 2 and 3pm PDT (GMT-0700) in the #mozillazine channel at irc.mozilla.org. Nisheeth Ranjan is our guest developer, and he will be discussing XML, so if you have questions regarding XML in Mozilla, or are interested in finding out more about it, be sure to show up tomorrow.


#1 Logging?

by Anon

Thursday September 30th, 1999 9:18 AM

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2pm PDT is a bad time for me.

Will anyone be logging the chat friday? If so where could it be posted?

Alan

#7 Logging?

by briank

Friday October 1st, 1999 3:16 AM

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Yes, logging the chat would definitely be a good idea, if possible.

-Brian

#2 Logging?

by Anon

Thursday September 30th, 1999 9:18 AM

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2pm PDT is a bad time for me.

Will anyone be logging the chat friday? If so where could it be posted?

Alan

#3 Developer Chat At #mozillazine on irc.mozilla.org

by thelem

Thursday September 30th, 1999 11:24 AM

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What is PDT in relation to GMT? (eg +5/-4)

Lemming

#4 Developer Chat At #mozillazine on irc.mozilla.org

by Anon

Thursday September 30th, 1999 11:33 AM

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2:00pm PDT will be 21:00 GMT

Alan

PS Sorry for the double post earlier.

#5 StarOffice has killer browser??

by Anon

Thursday September 30th, 1999 1:20 PM

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This is way off topic, but I don't know where to post. I just downloaded StarOffice 5.1 on NT to give it a try and found it had a browser embedded (what doesn't nowadays?). I was amazed to find it is rather darn fast, and passed both of my preliminary smoke tests off the bat (Slashdot and Mirabilis). In fact, it reflows Mirabilis /really/ fast when resizing the window. I know Mozilla does this also, and Mozilla isn't optimized, but really this StarOffice browser is fast. It probably doesn't have good statndards support, or Java or Javascript, but it renders amazingly fast. Makes me wonder what the guys at Sun are up to (and why their HotJava browser isn't as up to speed).

#6 StarOffice has killer browser??

by rgelb <nospam@nospam.com>

Thursday September 30th, 1999 2:39 PM

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Yep. It is also known as Internet Explorer 5.