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Flag Note:

The American Flag in our left sidebar now hangs upside down in protest because the U.S. Judiciary killed the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America by jailing N.Y. Times Journalist Judith Miller on 6 July 2005. Journalist Miller refused to name a confidential source -- something necessary in order to maintain a free and independent press in the United States of America. Journalist Judith Miller is an American hero! (Ed. 7 July 2005)

Update:

On 29 September 2005, Journalist Miller's source gave her permission to name her source. Therefore, she was released from jail -- a very good thing.

Unfortunately, this was no victory for the First Amendment. Therefore, our Front Page American flag will remain upside down for now. (Ed. 30 September 2005)

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Mozilla 1.8 Progress

Tree Freeze: Not Yet

Tree Branch: Not Yet

Release: Not Yet

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Honor Roll of Linux Standard Base Certified Distributions

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Mozilla 1.4

Netscape 7.1

Mozilla 1.0.2

Mozilla 1.0

Netscape 4.8

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Learning from Mozilla's mistakes By Robin "Roblimo" Miller on NewsForge.com

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Mozilla Bug Status

updated 06/30/03 21:02 EDT

(by targeted releases)

  • 0.9.9 bugs: 1
  • 1.0 bugs: 70

SubTotal = 71

  • 1.0.1 bugs: 544

    SubTotal = 615

    • 1.0.2 bugs: 5
    • 1.0.3 bugs: 0
    • 1.1a bugs: 458
    • 1.1b bugs: 50
    • 1.1 bugs: 3
    • 1.1-final bugs: 2
    • 1.2a bugs: 712
    • 1.2b bugs: 99
    • 1.2 bugs: 15
    • 1.2-final bugs: 2
    • 1.3a bugs: 102
    • 1.3b bugs: 75
    • 1.3 final bugs: 21
    • 1.4a bugs: 105
    • 1.4b bugs: 266
    • 1.4 bugs: 1
    • 1.5a bugs: 298
    • 1.5b bugs: 69
    • 1.6a bugs: 29
    • 1.6b bugs: 8
    • 1.7a bugs: 8
    • 1.7b bugs: 8
    • future bugs: 8,538
  • Total = 11,489

    Crash Bugs: 704

    Not-Triaged Bugs: 7,583

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    Mozilla 0.9.6

    Netscape 6.2.3

    Netscape 6.1 Source Code

    Lin - Mac - Win

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    Mozilla Schedule

    ********

    Bugzilla 2.14.1 Released

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    Mozilla 0.8 Browser-Suite RPM Builds

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    Upcoming Articles

    The Mozilla 1.0 Web browser suite is out! MozillaQuest Magazine has the best, most balanced, accurate, robust and in-depth coverage of AOL-Netscape's Mozilla 1.0 browser on the Internet. Mozilla 1.0 features, performance, bugs, issues, and annoyances -- the Mozilla Application Programming Framework (Mozilla 1.0 APIs) -- all on MozillaQuest.com.


    Features & News
    By Mike Angelo -- 11 Janaury 2006
    By Mike Angelo -- 8 Janaury 2006

    MozillaQuest Magazine Op-ED -- 15 December 2005

    Is It Deja Deja Novell All Over Again, Again?

    By Mike Angelo -- 7 November 2005

    PhotoPlus Expo Is a Darn Good Computer Show Too -- for Linux, Mac, and Windows Users

    By Mike Angelo -- 31 October 2005

    A Glimpse of OpenOffice 2.0 -- Now Available for Free Public Downloading

    By Mike Angelo -- 27 October 2005

    Mandriva offers 12,000 free software packages -- take your pick

    Installing And Updating Software Is Easy In Mandriva Linux (aka Mandrake Linux)

    By Mike Angelo -- 17 October 2005

    Mandriva 2006 Released to Public -- But Now It's Mandrake + Conectiva + Lycoris

    By Mike Angelo -- 13 October 2005

    Mozilla 1.7.12 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download]

    27 September 2005

    A Glimpse of SUSE Linux 10.0 and Other Things Brewing at Novell

    By Mike Angelo -- 19 September 2005

    Mozilla/Seamonkey 1.8a Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download]

    19 September 2005

    Bush Fails to Take Effective Action on 8/29

    Save New Orleans and the Gulf Coast

    31 August 2005

    The Many Faces of Linux

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 August 2005

    In Pursuit of Good Desktop Linux:

    Ease of Use and Ease of Migration Overview -- KDE, GNOME, and MS Windows Desktops

    By Mike Angelo -- 17 August 2005

    In Pursuit of Good Desktop Linux:

    Network Neighborhood and MS Windows Partitions

    By Mike Angelo -- 4 August 2005

    Mozilla 1.7.11 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download - Story coming?]

    31 July 2005

    Mozilla 1.7.10 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download - Story coming?]

    31 July 2005

    BlueHippo: A No-Credit, No-Problem, Computer System Rip-off

    By Mike Angelo -- 11 July 2005

    Solutions for Identity, Credit Card, Bank Account, and Personal Information Theft

    Part I: Overview

    By Mike Angelo -- 29 June 2005

    Mozilla 1.7.8 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download - Story coming?]

    24 May 2005

    Linux kernel 2.6.11.6

    Mandrake 10.2 is Mandriva Limited Edition 2005 -- But It's Still Mandrake Linux

    By Mike Angelo -- 30 April 2005

    Mozilla 1.7.7 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download - Story coming?]

    24 April 2005

    Mozilla 1.7.6 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download - Story coming?]

    31 March 2005

    Mozilla 1.8b1 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download - Story coming?]

    16 March 2005

    Impact of the Mandrake-Conectiva Acquisition on the Linux Landscape

    Part 2: Digging into Mandrake, Novell, and Red Hat Demographics and Financials

    By Mike Angelo -- 10 March 2005

    Impact of the Mandrake-Conectiva Acquisition on the Linux Landscape

    Part 1: Comparing Mandrake, Novell, and Red Hat Financials

    By Mike Angelo -- 6 March 2005

    MandrakeSoft To Acquire Conectiva

    Overview of the Mandrake-Conectiva Acquisition

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 February 2005

    A MozillaQuest Magazine Editor's Choice

    KMail -- One of the Best E-Mail Clients

    By Mike Angelo -- 23 February 2005

    Mozilla 1.8a6 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download - Story coming?]

    28 January 2005



    Recent & Selected 2004 Articles


    Pogo Linux Altura64 Workstation Is a MozillaQuest Magazine Editor's Choice

    By Mike Angelo -- 27 December 2004

    A MozillaQuest Magazine Editor's Choice

    SanDisk Digital Audio Players for Linux, Mac, and Windows Make Nice Gifts

    By Mike Angelo -- 23 December 2004

    Under $30 Stocking Stuffer for Linux, Mac, and Windows -- The Lexar USB JumpDrive

    By Mike Angelo -- 14 December 2004

    A MozillaQuest Magazine Editor's Choice

    KDE Konqueror Web-Browser and File-Manager: Well-Built, Feature-Robust, and Free

    By Mike Angelo -- 8 December 2004

    64-Bit Mandrake Linux 10.1

    Based on 2.6.8 Linux kernel

    12 November 2004

    Fire George Bush!

    31 October 2004

    Mandrake Linux 10.1 Official Released

    Based on new 2.6 Linux kernel!

    29 October 2004

    Crossfire's Tucker Carlson Lies About Cheney-Edwards Debate

    Don't Trust CNN, Crossfire, and Tucker Carlson

    MozillaQuest Opinion-Editorial -- 11 October 2004

    Netscape 7.2 Browser-Suite Released

    [Release Notes - Download ]

    17 August 2004

    The Mettle of Pogo Linux

    Mike Angelo discusses Pogo Linux Computers with CEO Tim Lee and Pogo Linux Engineer Jesse Keating

    By Mike Angelo -- 30 July 2004

    Asus Anti-Linux Attitude Sucks

    By Mike Angelo -- 13 July 2004

    Linux for Windows Users #8

    The Linux (Multiple) Virtual Desktops Unleashed
    Part 2: Tutorial

    By Mike Angelo -- 3 June 2004

    Linux for Windows Users #8

    The Linux (Multiple) Virtual Desktops Unleashed
    Part I: Overview

    By Mike Angelo -- 7 May 2004

    How to Create a Simple Web Page with Mozilla Composer 1.7 and Netscape 7 Composer

    Part I. Getting Started

    By Mike Angelo -- 19 April 2004

    The GIMP 2.0 for Microsoft Windows - First Look

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 March 2004

    The GIMP 2.0 Released - a free photograph and digital-image editing program

    By Mike Angelo -- 24 March 2004

    The Microtek S1/D1 Digital Camera for the Linux, Mac, and Windows Platforms

    By Mike Angelo -- 18 March 2004

    The SanDisk 512-MB SD Card and Ultra II Card Reader for Linux, Mac, and Windows

    By Mike Angelo -- 11 March 2004

    How to Use GIMP for Photo and Image Editing

    #3: Framing Photos and Images

    By Mike Angelo -- 25 February 2004

    Novell Motion to Dismiss Holds Key to SCO Anti-Linux Claims

    By Mike Angelo -- 17 February 2004

    Novell Linux Dominates LinuxWorld 2004:

    Deja Novell All Over Again

    By Mike Angelo -- 6 February 2004

    Novell Linux Dominates LinuxWorld 2004: Overview

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 January 2004

    How to Use GIMP for Photo and Image Editing

    #2: Introduction to Layers

    By Mike Angelo -- 25 January 2004

    Does Dell Support Linux?

    By Mike Angelo -- 12 January 2004

    Use GIMP rather than Photoshop and save money

    How to Use GIMP for Photo and Image Editing

    By Mike Angelo -- 5 January 2004

    More 2004 Articles



    Selected 2003 Articles


    Overview of The GIMP - a free photograph and digital-image editing program

    By Mike Angelo -- 24 December 2003

    Creating a Personal or Company Budget with OpenOffice/StarOffice Calc

    Part 1: Basics

    By Mike Angelo -- 21 December 2003

    Calc is a free spreadsheet for GNU-Linux, FreeBSD, MAC, MS-Windows, Unix, and more

    Creating a Simple Contact or Personal Information Manager with OpenOffice/StarOffice Calc

    By Mike Angelo -- 11 December 2003

    A KDE Tool to Manage and Read E-Mail

    KShowmail Shows Potential -- But It Can Delete the Wrong Messages

    By Mike Angelo -- 6 December 2003

    Writer is a free word processor for GNU-Linux, FreeBSD, MAC, MS-Windows, Unix, and more

    Creating a Simple Newsletter with OpenOffice/StarOffice Writer

    By Mike Angelo -- 25 November 2003

    OpenOffice 1.1 -- A Complete Office/Productivity Software Suite

    By Mike Angelo -- 21 November 2003

    Jeremy White, and Mike Angelo Discuss Crossover Office, Wine, and MS Windows APIs for Linux

    Crossover Office 2.1 Runs MS Windows Software on GNU-Linux Systems

    By Mike Angelo -- 10 November 2003

    Tom Carey, Elizabeth Phillips, Blake Stowell, and Mike Angelo dissect HP's Linux Indemnification Promise

    Can Hewlett Packard Protect Its Linux Customers from SCO Lawsuits?

    By Mike Angelo -- 27 October 2003

    Tom Carey and Mike Angelo Discuss SCO's Motion to Dismiss Red Hat's Lawsuit

    SCO Asks Court to Throw out Red Hat Complaint Against SCO

    By Mike Angelo -- 17 October 2003

    Gaël Duval, Joe Eckert, Randy Plessor, Jeremy White, and Mike Angelo Discuss Linux and Open-Source Software in Schools and Colleges

    Young People -- The Future of Linux

    By Mike Angelo -- 6 September 2003

    IBM Ups SCO Lawsuit Ante to Include Copyright and Patent Infringement

    Counterclaim Adds Linux Copyright Issues to the Fray

    By Mike Angelo -- 14 August 2003

    CNN (an AOL company) SUCKS!

    MozillaQuest Opinion-Editorial -- 11 August 2003

    Get full IBM to SCO Answer and Counterclaim text -- 22-KB download

    Updated -- 10 August 2003

    IBM Seeks Money Damages and Injunctions Against SCO-Caldera

    IBM Answers SCO's Amended Complaint and Adds a Counterclaim to Boot

    By Mike Angelo -- 8 August 2003

    Are SCO's Rebuilt IBM Lawsuit and Unix License Revocation Winners -- Or More SCO FUD?

    Part II: Tom Carey and Mike Angelo Discuss SCO's Amended IBM Lawsuit Complaint and Unix License Revocation

    By Mike Angelo -- 5 August 2003

    U.S. GNU/Linux Community Fights Back

    Red Hat Files Complaint Against SCO FUD & Funds Defense Against SCO Claims

    By Mike Angelo -- 4 August 2003

    Are SCO's Rebuilt IBM Lawsuit and Unix License Revocation Winners -- Or More SCO FUD? - Part I: Overview and Prologue

    Thomas Carey and Mike Angelo Discuss SCO's Amended IBM Lawsuit Complaint and Unix License Revocation

    By Mike Angelo -- 31 July 2003

    Does SCO's Amended Complaint Meet Burden for Summary Judgment?

    SCO-Caldera v IBM Complaint Changed Dramatically

    By Mike Angelo -- 27 July 2003

    GNU/Linux Might Be Free of SCO Threats

    SCO Agrees IBM Owns AIX, JFS, NUMA, RCU Copyrights

    By Mike Angelo -- 25 July 2003

    SCO Registers Unix System V Copyrights

    IBM, SuSE, and Richard Gooch Deny SCO-Caldera Copyright Claims

    By Mike Angelo -- 22 July 2003

    Gaël Duval Tells Why Mandrake Linux Is Better Than MS Windows

    Microsoft PR Does Not Refute Mandrake Linux Better Than Windows

    By Mike Angelo -- 11 July 2003

    Gaël Duval and Mike Angelo Discuss The HP-Mandrake Computer

    HP to Ship Desktop PCs with Mandrake 9.1 Linux Pre-Installed - Good News for Mandrake Linux and Fans

    By Mike Angelo -- 5 July 2003

    Gaël Duval and Mike Angelo Discuss Mandrake Business Products and Finances

    MandrakeSoft Adds MandrakeClustering to Its Business and Enterprise Products Lineup

    By Mike Angelo --27 June 2003

    Only 80 Lines of Common Unix and Linux Code

    SCO-Caldera Shows No Proof That Linux Was Derived from Unix

    By Mike Angelo --17 June 2003

    Munich Court Rules SCO Anti-Linux Statements FUD

    Tarent Seeks Contempt Order Against SCO

    By Mike Angelo --14 June 2003

    German Courts order SCO-Caldera to Stop Anti-Linux FUD

    German Penguins Launch Successful Counter-Attack in SCO v Linux War

    By Mike Angelo --9 June 2003

    SCO +1, Novell -1 in SCO v Novell Unix-IP Feud

    By Mike Angelo --7 June 2003

    IS SCO NDA Sideshow Setting a Trap for Analysts and Linux Developers?

    By Mike Angelo -- 3 June 2003

    Novel Enters the SCO IP Fray with No Proof and More FUD

    Novell Says SCO Does Not Own Unix IP -- SCO Says it Does

    By Mike Angelo -- 31 May 2003

    Kernel.Org and GNU/Linux Developers Have Clean Code Safeguards

    SCO-Caldera v IBM:

    Is SCO Trying to Dictate Linux Kernel and GNU/Linux Development Procedures?

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 May 2003

    Conectiva, Mandrake, and SuSE Say No SCO in Their Code

    SCO-Caldera v IBM:

    Is SCO Trying to Renege on Clearing Linux Kernel ?

    SCO Has Not Found Its Code in Kernell.Org Linux Kernel or in GNU/Linux OS

    By Mike Angelo -- 21 May 2003

    About the Hey SCO, sue me Petition

    17 May 2003

    SCO-Caldera v IBM:

    IBM Response to SCO-Caldera Complaint Is Outrageous!

    By Mike Angelo -- 15 May 2003

    Linux for Windows Users:

    Linux Networking for Windows and Desktop People -- Mandrake 9.1 and LinNeighborhood

    By Mike Angelo -- 2 May 2003

    SCO-Caldera v IBM:

    IBM Files Answer to SCO's Caldera v IBM Complaint

    1 May 2003

    Updated 1 May 2003 17:00 EDT

    SCO-Caldera v IBM:

    SCO Clears Linux Kernel but Implicates Red Hat and SuSE

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 April 2003

    Major Morphing in Mozilla Project Organization and Objectives Proposed

    Part 1: Mozilla Management Reorganization and Splitting the Browser-Suite into Stand-Alone Products

    By Mike Angelo -- 12 April 2003

    IP Attorney John Ferrell and MozillaQuest Magazine's Mike Angelo Discuss the Lawsuit

    SCO-Caldera v IBM: IBM Moves Lawsuit from State to Federal Court

    By Mike Angelo -- 31 March 2003

    Mandrake Linux 9.1 Released for Downloading

    By Mike Angelo -- 26 March 2003

    Has IBM Contaminated Linux Kernel or GNU/Linux Source Code with SCO-Owned Unix Code?

    SCO-Caldera v IBM: IBM Replies to Some SCO Allegations but Hides Lots Too

    By Mike Angelo -- 26 March 2003

    Linux Kernel Gurus Reject SCO-Caldera v IBM Lawsuit Claims

    SCO-Caldera v IBM: Alan Cox, Richard Gooch, and Dave Weinehall Respond to SCO's Linux-Related Claims

    By Mike Angelo -- 18 March 2003

    SCO-Caldera v IBM: Conectiva's Gordon Ho Responds to SCO-Caldera's Linux-Related Allegations

    By Mike Angelo -- 13 March 2003

    SCO-Caldera v IBM: Linus Torvalds Comments on SCO-Caldera's Linux-Related Allegations

    By Mike Angelo -- 10 March 2003

    SCO-Caldera vs. IBM UNIX-Linux Dispute, a PR Nightmare for Caldera

    By Mike Angelo -- 7 March 2003

    Nearly One-Half of SCO-Caldera Income from IP Licensing and Enforcement

    SCO-Caldera Sues IBM in Intellectual Property Dispute

    7 March 2003

    Updated: 7 March 2003 -- 13:15 EST

    Are Linux or C++ on SCO-Caldera's IP Hit List?

    SCO-Caldera & the GNU/Linux Community: Part 2, Under the Iceberg's Tip

    By Mike Angelo -- 4 March 2003

    SCO's Blake Stowell and MozillaQuest Magazine's Mike Angelo Discuss SCO Intellectual Property Issues

    SCO-Caldera & the GNU/Linux Community:

    The SCOsource IP Matter

    By Mike Angelo -- 5 February 2003

    Tabbed-Browsing Comes to KDE

    KDE 3.1 Released: Binaries and Source Code Available for Downloading

    29 January 2003

    Mozilla 1.0.2 Browser-Suite Released

    Mozilla 1.0 updated!

    By Mike Angelo -- 15 January 2003

    More 2003 Articles



    Selected 2002 Articles


    Linux Makes a Great Gift

    By Mike Angelo -- 24 December 2002

    Christmas Season Holidays & Computer Suggestions 2002: Overview

    By Mike Angelo -- 22 December 2002

    Mozilla 1.2 Browser-Suite Released

    By Mike Angelo -- 26 November 2002

    Mandrake Linux 9.0, Desktop Magic You Can Use: A First Look

    By Mike Angelo -- 13 November 2002

    Linux for Windows Users:

    Using LinNeighborhood to Create a Network Neighborhood for Linux

    By Mike Angelo -- 25 October 2002

    Zero Tolerance for Privacy and Security Bugs

    Mozilla and Netscape JavaScript Bugs Compromise Privacy and Security

    By Mike Angelo -- 30 September 2002

    SCO's Darl McBride and MozillaQuest Magazine's Mike Angelo Discuss Caldera Linux and LSB

    UnitedLinux: A Standard or a Distribution?

    UnitedLinux, a Divisive Weapon for Caldera's Darl McBride -- Part II

    By Mike Angelo -- 6 September 2002

    Holger Dyroff, Gaël Duval, Mark de Visser and Mike Angelo Discuss LSB, UnitedLinux, and the Linux Market

    UnitedLinux, a Divisive Weapon for Caldera's Darl McBride -- Part I

    By Mike Angelo -- 4 September 2002

    Netscape Communicator 4.8 Browser-Suite Released

    By Mike Angelo -- 23 August 2002

    Scott McNeil and MozillaQuest Magazine Discuss LSB

    Are You Ready For the Linux Standard Base? LSB is Ready for You!

    By Mike Angelo -- 14 August 2002

    SuSE Says Yes to LSB and UnitedLinux

    By Mike Angelo -- 6 August 2002

    New Mozilla Roadmap Sets 1.1 for 9 August 2002 and Effectively Kills Mozilla 1.0.x

    By Mike Angelo -- 4 August 2002

    MandrakeSoft Says Yes to LSB but No to Netscape and UnitedLinux

    By Mike Angelo -- 31 July 2002

    Red Hat Drops Netscape

    By Mike Angelo -- 29 July 2002

    Mozilla 1.0 Browser-Suite's E-Mail & News Quick Look

    By Mike Angelo -- 27 July 2002

    Mozilla 1.0 Browser Quick Look

    By Mike Angelo -- 8 July 2002

    Tabbed-Browsing Coming to KDE's Konqueror Browser

    By Mike Angelo -- 4 July 2002

    A Quick Look at Mozilla 1.0 Browser-Suite Performance -- Speed, Stability, and Memory Hogging

    By Mike Angelo -- 18 June 2002

    Mozilla 1.0 is Officially Out!

    By Mike Angelo -- 5 June 2002

    A Quick Look at Some Mozilla 1.0 Browser-Suite Annoyances, Bugs, And Issues

    Mozilla 1.0 Not Ready for Prime Time -- Close but No Cigar and No Brass Ring!

    By Mike Angelo -- 4 June 2002

    Turmoil in MozillaLand:

    Current Status of Mozilla 1.0, 1.0.1, and 1.1-Alpha

    By Mike Angelo -- 30 May 2002

    Mozilla 1.0 Browser Unofficial Sneak Release

    Mozilla 1.0 is unofficially out!

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 May 2002

    AbiWord 1.0.1 Quick Look

    MS Word Clone for Linux, MS Windows, & Other Platforms

    By Mike Angelo -- 10 May 2002

    MozillaQuest Magazine 2001 Editor's Choice Hardware Picks

    02 20 2002

    The PowerLeap Renaissance -- A Handy PC Upgrade or Repair on a Card

    By Mike Angelo -- 14 February 2002

    Getting Started with Wireless Network Technology

    Part III: Adding Wireless to a Linux-Based Laptop or Notebook

    By Mike Angelo -- 28 January 2002

    Is Mozilla Actually AOL-Netscape's Mozilla?

    By Mike Angelo -- 11 January 2002

    More 2002 Articles


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