Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 25th May 2006 20:11 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones The Mozilla Foundation has said it is committed to rewarding the community that helps develop its software. Mozilla's suite, which includes the Firefox Web browser, is partly developed by unpaid programmers, often working in their spare time. Mozilla on Wednesday said it could not afford to pay all of its voluntary contributors, but instead may contribute by providing hardware to some developers.
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Alright, good...
by Gullible Jones on Thu 25th May 2006 20:56 UTC
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Now let's get to work on the 25 MB of slow, chubby browser that you guys call "fast and light". Or shall we save that until the low-carb diet fads disappear?

(Yes, I use Firefox, but it bugs me. It's more than twice as big as Opera, and manages to have fewer features, despite being extensible and all. Which is why I'm waiting, and waiting, and still waiting, for GTK-Webcore to go stable, or at least produce a newer snapshot.)

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