Is M12 Alpha?
Thursday December 2nd, 1999
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Very true... I agree with all of you to an extent. Linux is a must, I don't mark that as false, what I do think though, is that the win32 build IS the most important.
Right now, the competition is IE, IE is basically Windowz (ok, and Mac too).
I just think that once the win32 verion is a hit and incredibly stable, then ports to Linux and others would be looked at even more importante.. But right now, windows is the key to regaining the market.
Again, I'm not saying they should "halt" other os support for the moment, but just make win32 a priority for bugs and optimization until it is done, then we can all hack away at the already stable code for Linux.. No?