RedHat to Invest in Mozilla

Monday November 29th, 1999

Gerbil writes, "Our 'beloved' ZDnet has another Mozilla-related article, and it's actually positive this time! It states that Red Hat plans on investing money and resources in Mozilla. After all, Red Hat does use a version of Bugzilla for their bug tracking. Very interesting."

We'd be remiss if we didn't mention Chris Blizzard of RedHat, whose contributions to the Mozilla project have been invaluable.

#21 RE: 5k open bugs sucks

by Anon

Wednesday December 1st, 1999 8:39 AM

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I am curious -- on what do you base this commentary that the increase in bugs in a bad thing? It would seem to me that, since it is a pre-Alpha product, with many new features being added, it would naturally produce many bugs. Seriously, from where does this idea come? If you have experience in this area, then mention it as an example. For instance, "When I did Similar Project X, we developed X bugs at ths stage, and X-Y bugs after that, with these goals and processes in place:..." and so on. As it is, It's diffcult to understand the problems they face, from your POV, becuase we've never seen them before. Thanks for listening.