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Mozilla 1.0, the open source web browser, is now available. It's free, and covered by the GPL (general public license) which means you can alter the source code and redistribute your own "build." Pretty cool.
Mozilla 1.0, the open source web browser, is now available. It's free, and covered by the GPL (general public license) which means you can alter the source code and redistribute your own "build." Pretty cool.

Most people out there are using MicrosoftSucks Internet Explorer, or Netscape Navigator. Throw this garbage away with the old society :-)

homepage: homepage: http://www.mozilla.org

Mozilla Rocks! 10.Jun.2002 17:30

tree spirit

Mozilla works very well, and switching to it supports righteous folk and a new way of doing things, rather than Micro$oft and their corporate domination mindset

is not Mozilla AOL "property"? 12.Jun.2002 13:54

the jheri curl kid

what about the AOL issue? how much can you tweak an application to ensure that a big corporation won't be able to soft hack you (like MS is able to do through IE)?

what about Mosaic?

what about trust :)

 http://www.mozilla.org/start/1.0/guide/record.html#sponsoring-corps

(the terming on this page w/ regards to AOL is somewhat suspicious IMO. the question--What is the relationship between mozilla.org and sponsoring corporations such as Netscape and AOL?--doesn't seem to be answered as *directly* as it would seem possible)

 http://lists.essential.org/1998/info-policy-notes/msg00058.html