Is M12 Alpha?
Thursday December 2nd, 1999
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Very true Asa.. I personally agree with you, but the public doesn't.
yes, many products in Beta are even worse that this is.. but this isn't just ANY program, this is the next generation browser by netscape, that everyone and their dog have been waiting for.
One wisp of "alpha" on any news site, will pour in thousands of people downloading Mozilla. Sure this is great, but these are the same people who have download the ICQ99Alpha, wich in my experience rocked and had very very few bugs.
The word Apha has been misleading by the media.. it now seems to mean, Almost Beta, and Betas are not suposed to be almost flawless.
Sorry to bust your bubble.. but that's how it seems to be.