LinuxPlanet: Geodesic Seeks More Linux Believers
Apr 10, 2002, 19:00 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jacqueline Emigh)
"In a play for more credibility in the Linux community,
Geodesic's Web site is currently demoing the use of its tools with
Mozilla, the Netscape Open Source project.
"Geodesic first posted the downloadable Mozilla demo in January
of this year, just before Linux World. "We chose Mozilla because
it's a high-profile Open Source program. We know that people are
very busy, and that evaluating tools is something that's hard to
find time to do. But we wanted to make the point that our products
work," Spertus says.
"Every week or two, Geodesic has posted updated error reports
for Mozilla. "And each week, the report gets better, with fewer
errors," he claims. Geodesic's reports show 10.1KB in leaked memory
for Mozilla on March 13, 2002; 6.36KB in leaked memory on March 18;
and 2.06KB on March 26..."