Message from discussion Any plans for a Mozilla-based OS?
From: "Emery" <emery.denuc...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Any plans for a Mozilla-based OS?
Date: 21 Mar 2007 06:09:04 -0700
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Thanks to everyone who informed me of the ongoing projects already
doing this. I think this is a good idea, and that it will be more
realistic in the future when we have enough apps made with the Mozilla
framework to individually rely on. For the time being I'm going to
concentrate on those apps, and try to get involved in the existing
projects (particularly Penzilla, because it supports the MPL, and I
oppose the fascist, progress-damming GPL)
I've learned something about Slashdot from this discussion, namely
it's complete lack of information. I, a single person who hasn't
contributed anything to Mozilla (yet), am referred to as the entire
collective Mozilla development team. This is just an idea I was
throwing out there to see if people thought it was a good, bad, or
already done. I'm not even going to get into the nonsensical comments
and arguments that followed that "article".