Re: Awesome new Mozilla roadmap!

On Monday 07 April 2003 02:55, James Willcox wrote:
|  On Sun, 2003-04-06 at 17:19, Ali Akcaagac wrote:
|  > On Monday 07 April 2003 00:11, Mikael Hallendal wrote:
|  > > I think the best solution is to ignore all mails coming from oGALAXYo.
|  > > He's just looking at starting a discussion by inventing numbers and
|  > > lies so if we just don't pick up on the trolling he might get bored...
|  >
|  > Heheh, you must be afraid of something. Maybe I could be right but I
|  > would like you to come up with the so called 'lies' that I have
|  > invented. At least one.
|  Ok, lets look at this one:
|  > I very much would like to make a clean cut on GNOME and continue using
|  > KDE and don't look back at GNOME unfortunately your team spent a lot
|  > effort putting all sorts of GNOME material in other projects such as
|  > XFree86, libPNG, OpenSSL and so on.
|  What GNOME stuff is in XFree86?  If you are referring to the use of
|  libxml2, it is not a GNOME-specific library.  In fact, your much lauded
|  KDE uses it (

AFAIK, libxml2 is temporary solution for KDE (it is used together with 
Dependency on it would be excluded from upcoming KDE versions.

BTW:  it's very nice that GNOME and KDE use some common standards.
In fact, I would appreciate if Mozilla folks would finally decide on *what* 
kind of library/toolkit they want to use for Mozilla.
Let it be either Qt or GTK.  Most important that Mozilla XUL and own 
far-from-beiong-optimal libraries/toolkits should go away.

|  James
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Best Regards,

Vadim Plessky
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