osOpinion: Mozilla's M6Jun 06, 1999, 17:17 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Glenn Mullikin)
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"I recently put Mozilla's M6 (Milestone 6 release) to the test. Here is what I found." -- Glenn Mullikin
"... at www.mozilla.org... I see a group of people that release often but also try to release stable versions so that people can use them even though they aren't fully capable yet. And looking into my crystal ball, it is not hard to imagine that a year from now, this product will be just as functional as something you would use in windows."
"It seems to know how to render the basic web page, which kfm still has trouble with sometimes. So the Linux community needs mozilla's service. Because users expect functionality and they expect to be able to make transactions on the web. And they expect to use feature-rich websites. As far as I can see, Mozilla is our best chance of having something like that."
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