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: Sorry
by prismX on Fri 21st Oct 2005 02:00 UTC in reply to "Sorry"
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2005-08-19

Your calculations could be correct if all people would use legal software (I suppose you based on legal Windows copies sold + non-Windows based comps), but countries as China, Russia and its satelites mainly use pirated copies, additionally, mainly outside US, one license copy is used on several computers, especially if they are self-constructed, so sorry but this calculation is flawed. Though I think this flaw does not favour Firefox a lot, anyway ..

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