"Mozilla's latest release--and its first, following the Netscape
separation--has many new features that should please the general
user community, according to Chris Blizzard, member of the board of
directors for the Mozilla Foundation and a senior developer at
"An open-source alternative browser project for the developer
community, Mozilla clearly was not designed to attract the people
that, say, would gravitate toward AOL Time Warner. Or, in Mozilla
speak, end-users. That is, those of us with less-than-high tech
acumen. 'Another way to put it,' Blizzard told NewsFactor, 'is
'would my mother be able to use this?' Before, the answer was 'no,
"In fact, the changes in v 1.5 are not that dramatic. However,
they have made the browser user friendly enough that Blizzard and
others expect to see a general uptick in adoption outside the
hardcore IT community that uses it now..."
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