I'm disappointed in the WaSP's JUL 26 2000
I'm disappointed in the WaSP's latest letter to Netscape. I don't see the point in chastising Netscape for shifting their focus from a limiting browser strategy to a strategy involving a robust, standards-compliant Web platform, no matter how bad we may want or need a replacement for the extremely sucky Netscape 4. If Mozilla turns out to be as promising as it sounds, we might be better off in two years time with Mozilla than we would have been with Just Another Web Browser. Stick to the standards, WaSP, and let companies worry about product development timelines.