havnblast Posted April 3, 2003 Share Posted April 3, 2003 The organization that produces the Mozilla browser put out a new roadmap representing a shift in policy designed to make the make the browser leaner and faster. The Mozilla Organization said it will make the browser significantly leaner and faster, shifting the code base from Netscape Navigator to the Phoenix browser. Mozilla.org also said it will break out the mail and news clients for Mozilla into separate components. In addition to the browser, Mozilla.org will work on refining the mail companion application to Phoenix, now called Minotaur. The new work will be based on a new toolkit used by Phoenix, code-named Thunderbird. Rest of Article on Internet WeekThought this maybe some interesting news - I will not miss netscape code at all. What is left of netscape anyway? Nobody wants them, not even AOL Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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