The thing about Netscape 9, now, from the AOL perspective, if it fails to drive any revenue toward AOL, then there is no reason to continue support.
Like you folks, I have eliminated all of the Netscape.com stuff, I am left with a very workable FF clonbe, it works fine, the compiling leaves nothing to complain about, but...
You know, who needs it?
They are planning a mail utility based upon TBird.
There is significant value in using the name Netscape, if it gets people away from 7.2, especially for mail, because no part of 7.2 is secure, so it can be a virus spreader. If folks will go to the new up-to-date mail utility-even though it is not s suite- it will have served a purpose.
I still and will always preach SeaMonkey to those who want a suite.
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