Bug#21742: Bugs reported against the old mozilla packages
> OK. I've just reassigned it to mozilla. Do you think "Severity: wishlist" is
> appropriate for it?
I consider it to be a significant bug.
If I run lynx, I don't expect it to create a .mosaic directory.
If I use emacs, I don't expect it to read .exrc.
Not having looked at the source, I don't know if the fix is as simple as
changing one occurrence of `netscape' to `mozilla', although I would hope
it was. I guess for consistency, *anything* that refers to netscape
the program (as opposed to the company) ought to be changed to refer to
mozilla also. That might make changing harder.
However, I leave it to your discretion how you decide to classify it.
At the end of the day, the "bug" doesn't affect me since I have still
found no reason to switch from netscape-3.01 (and I'd probably still
be using 2.02 if the bookmark stuff in it had worked properly).
> Personally, I think all applications that require X should be under
> /usr/bin/X11, but from earlier discussions it looks like that's a minority
> viewpoint. Thus, I've not invested time to put mozilla there.
If these discussions are archived somewhere I'd be interested in a pointer.
Seems a silly idea to me to require a /usr/bin/X11 and then not use it.