Computerworld's Cusumano Takes Another Look at Mozilla
Monday November 1st, 1999
Mike Cusumano, writer of the Computerworld article that was much derided in our forum has taken a fresh look at Mozilla, and in his latest article at Computerworld has come to a different conclusion. I would like to thank him for having the fortitude to revisit Mozilla, and for posting his apology in his column.
#38 Computerworld's Cusumano Takes Another Look at Moz
Wednesday November 3rd, 1999 12:03 AM
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Yes, we'd all be using Netscape.. and paying $50 a pop for it to boot. Then again, Netscape would still have money to pay decent programmers to improve their product and not sell out to AOL. Unfortunatley, that is not the case.
Mozilla.org though is seperate from Netscape and very well could have evolved regardless.
Things are going a bit slow because of it's open source nature. They will have a product eventually so don't worry.
Linux has evolved fairly rapidly and it's open source as well... but all they are really doing is modeling a 20+ year old OS. Mozilla.org doesn't have that luxury.