CNET News.com: NeoPlanet revives Mozilla's chat projectMay 15, 1999, 16:43 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul Festa)
"NeoPlanet next week will announce that it is taking the lead in reviving Mozilla's Open Instant Messaging and Chat project. Mozilla founder Netscape Communications, now a division of America Online, last month proposed building an open-source chat product that would operate across various messaging platforms; but Netscape rescinded that proposal days later.
"NeoPlanet grabbed headlines last month when it announced it would be the first to ship a browser based on the Gecko engine. A shipping version, due this month, will beat AOL's own beta version of a Gecko-based Communicator, which is due by July."
"NeoPlanet currently has three developers working full time on Mozilla code, and with its assumption of the real-time messaging module, that dedicated workforce will ramp up to five..."