Re: debian thunderbird
On Jan 20 2005, Cathayan wrote:
> waiting for the sunbird. standalone products have no upgrade problems.
As long as they share many shared libraries and have low memory footprint
(which is a problem with systems with small disk space and small memory),
the independence of the processes is also appreciated.
BTW, one interesting thing to notice is that thunderbird's tarball or
debian package is a bit bigger than firefox.
Something for the future (say, after sarge becomes stable) would be, say,
to split the common parts of all these mozilla subjects to help economize
as much memory as possible (if feasible, of course).
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