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Mozilla 0.9.4 Progress

updated 9/09/01 09:39 EDT

Tree Freeze: 22 August

Tree Branch: 5 Sept.

Release: Overdue

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Mozilla Bug Status

updated 9/09/01 09:39 EDT

(by targeted releases)

  • 0.9.1 bugs 4
  • 0.9.2 bugs 4
  • 0.9.3 bugs:2
  • 0.9.4 bugs: 61
  • 0.9.5 bugs: 1146
  • 0.9.6 bugs: 119
  • 0.9.7 bugs: 35
  • 1.0 bugs: 1629

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For now, Mozilla Milestone 0.8 released February 15 looks good

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Features & News


NEWS FLASH (11 Sep 01) -- Slightly before and after 9 A.M. Eastern US Time this morning, two commercial-class jet aircraft were deliberately flown into the World Trade Center´s twin towers located in New York City, U.S.A. Terrorism is suspected.. The twin towers are in flames. ABC news now also is reporting a fire at the Pentagon -- the U.S. Department of Defense headquarters located in Washington D.C.

UPDATE: (10:05 AM EDT) Assorted news sources now are reporting many, if not all, U.S. airports and much U.S. airspace is being shutdown as a precautionary measure. U.S. government facilities, including the White House in Washington D.C. are being evacuated. On the Fox TV Philadelphia affiliate University of Pennsylvania political science Professor Stephen Gale called this an "act of war".

UPDATE: (10:15 AM EDT) ABC news now is reporting an explosion in the Capitol building in Washington D.C. The Capitol building is where the United States Senate and House of Representatives meet and the Senate and House members have their offices.

UPDATE: (10:20 AM EDT) ABC news now is reporting that one of the twin towers "has collapsed upon itself" and Fox news is reporting, based on an eyewitness account, that a plane crashed into the Pentagon earlier.

UPDATE: (10:30 AM EDT) The AP reports a car bomb exploded outside of the State Department in Washington D.C. and Fox news reports part of the pentagon has collapsed.

UPDATE: (10:35 AM EDT) Both ABC and Fox now are reporting that the second World Trade Center tower has collapsed as a result of the aircraft-bomb attack on the World Trade Center earlier this morning.

UPDATE: (10:55 AM EDT) Various news services are reporting that the United States Park Service has closed historical landmarks including Independence Hall (the "birthplace" of the United States of America) located in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Rail service to New York City´s Manhattan Island has been suspended. ABC news now is reporting that there was NO car bomb at the State Department.

UPDATE: (11:00 AM EDT) The ABC TV Philadelphia affiliate reports that all "Hudson River crossings" have been closed. The mile-wide Hudson River flows between New Jersey and New York City´s Manhattan Island -- which is where the World Trade Center was located. The George Washington Bridge, Lincoln Tunnel, and Holland Tunnel are Hudson River crossings which have been closed.

UPDATE: (11:30 AM EDT) Fox news now is reporting that the U.S. military is at Defcon 5. The highest US military alert status short of war.


Turbo/Quick-Launch Examined -- Is Mozilla Really Open Source ?

Turbo Mode & Bugs Slow Mozilla Development to Snail's Pace

Mozilla Milestone 0.9.4 Delayed

By Mike Angelo -- 9 September 2001

Mozilla 0.9.4 Branched -- Behind Schedule & Buggier Than Ever

By Mike Angelo -- 5 September 2001

Netscape Lays-Off Mozilla's Chief Lizard Wrangler, Mitchell Baker, & Others?

By Mike Angelo -- 4 September 2001

SuSE Linux Free for US High Schools

Netscape Denies It Uses Mozilla Code for Netscape 6.1 Browser

Mozilla 0.9.2.1 AKA Netscape 6.1 Browser Source Code Released

By Mike Angelo -- 14 August 2001

Netscape 6.1 Browser-Suite Released Again?

By Mike Angelo -- 8 August 2001

Netscape 6.1 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 6 August 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.9.3 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 3 August 2001

Mozilla 0.9.3 Branched Behind Schedule & Buggy

By Mike Angelo -- 1 August 2001

Bugs Delay Mozilla 0.9.3 Branching and Release Schedule

By Mike Angelo -- 31 July 2001

Netscape 6.1 Browser-Suite Coming Soon?

By Mike Angelo -- 29 July 2001

Caldera OpenLinux Workstation 3.1 -- A First Look

By Mike Angelo -- 27 July 2001

Netscape 6.1 PR 2 Browser-Suite Coming Soon

By Mike Angelo -- 5 July 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.9.2 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 29 June 2001

Caldera OpenLinux 3.1 to Ship June 30, 2001

By Mike Angelo -- 25 June 2001

OSDN Web Sites (Slashdot, NewsForge, Freshmeat, etc.) Back On Line

24 June 2001

Mozilla 0.9.2 Branches on Schedule, but with Many Bugs

22 June 2001

SuSE Linux 7.2 Ships

15 June 2001

Netscape 6.1 PR 1 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 13 June 2001

Netscape 6.1 PR 1 Browser-Suite Coming Soon to a Desktop Near You?

By Mike Angelo -- 12 June 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.9.1 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 7 June 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.9.1 Browser-Suite Sneak Preview

By Mike Angelo -- 7 June 2001

Mozilla 0.9.1 Branches Behind Schedule

1 June 2001

NeTraverse's Win4Lin 3.0 Ships

30 May 2001

Mozilla 0.9.1, AKA Netscape 6.5 beta-1, Behind Schedule Already

By Mike Angelo --29 May 2001

By Mike Angelo --26 May 2001

Is Netscape Losing the Browser Wars?

Part II: Why Are Major Linux Distributions Rejecting Netscape 6?

By Mike Angelo --20 May 2001

Is Netscape Losing the Browser Wars?

Part I: Linux Could Be Netscape's Last Browser Battlefield

By Mike Angelo --17 May 2001

Oedipus Revisited, Is Mozilla Slaying Netscape?

Red Hat Linux to Drop Netscape Browser When Mozilla 1.0 Ships

By Mike Angelo --11 May 2001

The Snail Moves:

By Mike Angelo -- 27 April 2001

More Mozilla Roadmap & Development Plan Changes:

Linux for Microsoft Windows Users #5:

Simple Number Crunching, Word Processing, & Photo Viewing with the Windows-Like Desktop for Linux

By Mike Angelo -- 14 April 2001

AbiWord - A Free, Decent, MS Word Clone for the Linux, MS Windows, & Other Platforms

By Mike Angelo -- 4 April 2001

Lizard On The Move: Mozilla Milestone 0.8.1 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 26 March 2001

Linux for Microsoft Windows Users: #4-- Getting Started Using the Windows-Like Desktop for Linux

By Mike Angelo -- 26 March 2001

Sneak Preview of Mozilla Milestone 0.8.1 -- Release Expected This Week

By Mike Angelo -- 19 March 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.8.1 Release Expected Next Week

By Mike Angelo -- 15 March 2001

Linux for Microsoft Windows Users: #3 -- Making an MS Windows-Like Desktop for Red Hat Linux

By Mike Angelo -- 13 March 2001

Mozilla 1.0 Release Pushed Back -- Milestone 0.8.1 Inserted into Development Roadmap Schedule

By Mike Angelo -- 2 March 2001

Composer: The Netscape & Mozilla Graphical HTML Editor & Word Processor

By Mike Angelo -- 24 February 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.8 Browser-Suite RPM Builds Released

By Mike Angelo -- 19 February 2001

The Lizard Marches On: Mozilla Milestone 0.8 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 15 February 2001

Linux for Microsoft Windows Users: #2 - Getting Started with The Linux MS Windows-Like Desktop

By Mike Angelo -- 14 February 2001

Netscape 6.01 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo -- 8 February 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.8 Release Expected Next Week

By Mike Angelo -- 7 February 2001

Triple-Boot Caldera OpenLinux, Red Hat Linux, & MS Windows for Best of Three Worlds

By Mike Angelo -- 31 January 2001

Linux for Microsoft Windows Users: Introduction & Overview

By Mike Angelo -- 25 January 2001

Warning! PartitionMagic and/or BootMagic Might Not Mix with Linux

By Mike Angelo -- 20 January 2001

Meet Bugzilla -- Mozilla's Secretary of Bug-Busting & Feature Requests Lizard

By Mike Angelo - 12 January 2001

Mozilla Milestone 0.7 Browser-Suite Released

By Mike Angelo - 9 January 2001

Computer Connections at Home, Office, & School

By Mike Angelo - 8 January 2001

Some Basics for Computing & Networking Novices

By Mike Angelo -- 6 January 2001

Mozilla Community Meeting -- January 29, 2001

dual bootLinux & Windows - best of operating system worlds

New Browser War Heats Up -- But It's Netscape vs. Netscape

Mike Angelo -- 30 December 2000

MozillaQuest series - building Webbrowser - Part II- branding your lizard

Mozilla Organization Revises Development Roadmap and Product Release Schedule

By Mike Angelo -- 22 December 2000

How to Download, Install, & Configure Netscape 6.0 - Safely! By Mike Angelo - 20 December 2000

MozillaQuest Magic: Enabling Changes Made to Mozilla-Based Browsers & Applications Chrome -- A Tutorial

by Fabian Guisset - 8 December 2000

Go to story

make & distribute your own gecko-based browser,composer, or e-mailclient

MozillaQuest the Series -- Building Your Own Mozilla-Based Web Browser:

Part I, Skinning the Lizard -- Introduction, Overview, & Basics -- by Mike Angelo-- 6 December 2000

The Lizard-genie is out of the bottle. Netscape 6 and Mozilla are skin-able. That allows you to change the appearance of these browsers, thus giving them your own customized look and feel. In Netscape 6 and Mozilla, these skins are called themes.

Mike Angelo shows you how to create your own, cross-platform, custom-built Mozilla and Netscape themes -- or your own, cross-platform, Web browser suite. Then you can distribute your branded, customized, browser suite to customers, clients, employees, partners, friends, etc.

MozillaQuest series - building Webbrowser - Part I- basic mozilla skinning


Mozilla's ChatZilla, The Lizard Speaks:

Real Internet Chatting & Communication

Part 1: Introduction & Overview by Mike Angelo

22 November 2000

ChatZilla is a neat, exciting, easy-to-use TCP/IP visual IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client. It now comes with the free, cross-platform Mozilla Browser Suite. Just download Mozilla, click on IRC chat, and with a few more mouse clicks start chatting away. ChatZilla works great on the Linux and Windows platforms.

Welcome to MozillaQuest.com an all new on-line computer magazine. We just started this Web site on Friday November 17, 2000.

MozillaQuest Magazine will show you how-to-use your PC and your PC software, and hardware. The articles and information you find here will help you get lots of bang for the bucks you spend on your computer system and software.

Many articles include references to helpful books with even more help and resources with even more information about the things discussed in the articles.

We launch MozillaQuest.com with the first installment of our series about ChatZilla, a pretty darn slick IRC client built on top of the Mozilla applications programming framework.

Current plans are to add at least one article every week so please check back every now and then.

Thanks.


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