Originally posted by sekelsenmat
Why don't you google "wiki" and start learning a little more about the world intead of trolling in here?
"The name Mozilla had been used internally as a codename for the Netscape Navigator web browser from its beginning." - From Wikipedia.
Mozilla IS a standalone browser besides being a project. Why don't you google "mozilla"?
Even if you were right you still would be dead wrong in coming here talking like that. GROW UP!!!
And you better check you arrogance and agressivity before you post useless trolling like that.
Some people, like yourself, just don't get it - at all. You told the original poster that Mozilla was old and to get Firefox. I corrected you. Once again, as of 2005, Mozilla is a suite, comprising of a browser, an email client and a HTML editor. There is nothing "standalone" about Mozilla. The codebase is called Gecko, not Mozilla. It is actively maintained.
Wikipedia is hardly synonymous with accuracy in any case.
Netscape is a different fork of the Gecko codebase, like Galeon, K-Meleon, et al. They have been separate products for several years.
I don't need to Google anything; I'm somewhat intimate with the Mozilla project, as I've done bug-testing for them. Maybe it's you that should Google.
Call me a troll all you want. You aren't the first, you won't be the last. But at least I don't give nonsensical and non-factual advice to people and then quote spurious sources like Wikipedia when I'm proven wrong.
and look for yourself.