What is a Mozilla Alpha?
Thursday November 25th, 1999
The folks at Mozilla.org have written up what they think the criteria for Mozilla becoming 'Alpha' is. Click the full article link below to find out what they think, and post talkback so people know what you think.
#28 Basic features?
Friday November 26th, 1999 6:42 AM
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Mozilla already has a fully searchable history. They just havn't slapped it into the side bar (I find I never use the side bar anyways). All they have to do is move some xul around and it will show up. They just don't have the time right now.
As for the offline browsing. I dunno. I've never used it (Even up until a couple months ago when I was still using 28.8) and I don't think I ever will. For me, the feature came years to late. I could have used it around the Netscape 1.1 days.
I hear in other parts of the world (= Not North America) they charge local calls by the minute so I could see its need there. I'm sure there is probably a way to do it right now as a lot of code is in there - you just can't use it as its alpha.