MozillaZine on Browser Standards

Tuesday October 5th, 1999

Dan Shafer of has a new article on standards compliance.

Dan writes, "there have been some key defections from the ranks of Mozilla's leadership and a noticeable slowing of development efforts". From what I have seen, none of the "defections" have been of "key" employees, nor has the development slowed one iota. But Dan gets back into my good graces, however, by stating "I sometimes use the new, unreleased Netscape browser-to-be for hours at a time."

Thanks to Kendal Van Dyke for the news.

#11 Man oh Man.

by Anon

Saturday October 9th, 1999 5:38 AM

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In reading the ultra-defensive and rather fanatical views from this board, I can make one quick claim.

Mozilla has become the new Macintosh, OS/2, and Amiga. Instead of accepting criticism and looking at their own flaws, they are quick to denounce anybody who dares to print anything negative about Mozilla.

This tells me that the browser is doomed if this attitude doesn't change.