[Marketing-Public]Mozilla Design Problems

Albert Ren marketing-public at mozilla.org
Mon, 20 Oct 2003 17:08:40 -0400


Peter wrote:

>From: "James Graham" <jg307@cam.ac.uk>
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>>and is difficult to install over a network".
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>Funnily enough, I had noticed how the absence of an official installer for
>Firebird means that it is easy to install over a network!  Also, I read
>recently somewhere (maybe Opera.com) that Opera doesn't use the system
>registry and so it is easy to copy user settings, etc.
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>I'm guessing an equivalent to IEAK isn't about to be developed so perhaps
>making an installer *and* zip archive (or tar for non-Windows platforms)
>would be a good idea and make life easier for business customers? Surely
>there's some mileage in pointing out how much easier it is to update a
>Mozilla installation compared with Internet Explorer?
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>Peter.
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Does anyone know if corporations find the CCK truly useful?  I played 
around with the netscape CCKs and found them to be quite nice, but since 
mozilla.org doesn't have a CCK I don't know if that's going to hamper 
the corporate push any.

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Albert
Mozilla Champion