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Full Article Attached 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.


#54 My top priority? DOM-CSS programmability

by Anon

Friday November 26th, 1999 4:51 PM

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At the risk of beating a completely diffrent drum altogether, MTBfailure of 1 hour is just fine with me for now, and static layout is obviously doing quite well. I don't even care about speed right now, not a whit. And I assume XUL is already accomplishing pretty much of what you need for alpha. I think all this stuff is plenty good enough for alpha.

I'd much prefer a concentration on: - reliable and comprehensive javascriptability of HTML and XML - reliable and comprehensive DOM-1 support - perfect support for IFrames, including no unwanted scrollbars -- support for DOM-2 event.target from HTML (as opposed to XUL) -- decent support for CSS 2 clipping -- a well-defined stance on whether NN5 will support XHTML

You're doing just great. To keep up the good work, please consider this dissenting view...