bugs.kde.org -> bugzilla??

Gervase Markham gerv at mozilla.org
Thu Aug 29 11:15:27 BST 2002

Vadim Plessky writes:
> |  There is one fairly simple reason for this. Unix/Linux users normally have
> |  far more clue than your average punter. Mozilla is available for Windows. 
> Do Windows users report bugs for Mozilla?!.
> // every day you learn something new :-)

They do indeed. In fact, we have a lot of developers on Windows - that's one 
of the reasons why the Windows version of Mozilla performs a bit better than 
the Linux version. 

> Aha. Interesting.
> And do you have some split - how many of those 100 000 downloads are 
> Windows/Linux/Mac?

Very roughly, for Mozilla 1.0, from a few days after release: 

Windows:    540,000
Linux:      140,000
Mac (both): 115,000 

> I thought AOL Time Warner supports Mozilla project, no?
> Servers are rather cheap nowdays, server upgrade should not be a real problem 
> IMO.

Getting money for anything in the Valley, and particularly inside AOL, these 
days is like trying to wring blood from a stone. "If it still works, it 
doesn't need money spending on it." 


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