Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 20th Oct 2005 10:34 UTC, submitted by Fellington
Mozilla & Gecko clones Just shy of Firefox's first birthday party, the Mozilla Foundation celebrated the 100 millionth download of its Web browser Wednesday. "This is a great milestone. Our massive, worldwide community of grassroots marketers and users - not to mention the developers - have helped to put out a product that's really kicking butt," said Asa Dotzler, the Mozilla liaison to the SpreadFirefox community.
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RE[2]: hmm
by prismX on Fri 21st Oct 2005 01:04 UTC in reply to "RE: hmm"
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It is interesting how do they track it? Sounds very suspicios ...
Anyway, a lot of people download a lot of applications just to install play and remove and forget. I think that is the case, of course without counting countless reinstalls to the security issues despite the suspicious claims of these guys...

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