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O'Reilly Network: Welcome to MozillaZine and Mozilla Awards

Mar 29, 2000, 18:11 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Dale Dougherty -- I'm proud to announce as the newest affiliate of the O'Reilly Network."

"Mozillazine helps keep everyone up to date on the Mozilla project. While Mozilla has disappointed some people,... There is more in Mozilla than just a browser; it's a set of components that can be re-used in interesting ways. The Zope project is relying on Mozilla components; so is ActiveState who is integrating it with Perl; and IBM's SASH group who will rely on it for building cross-platform Web application components. Our editor, Edd Dumbill, believes that XUL is intriguing. XUL is an XML-based user interface definition language.

"To jumpstart our relationship with Mozillazine, O'Reilly Network is one of the sponsors of the Mozilla awards. The five winners were announced and each of them will receive a $100 gift certificate for O'Reilly books. (Hey, we don't have a book on Mozilla, though.)"

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