1. As you know, Mozilla (Application Suite) is a complete suite consisting of a browser, a mail/news client, a chat client, etc. Firebird on the otherhand, is a feature-rich standalone browser that is currently in the beta stages of development. 2. The plan is to develop Mozilla Firebird (browser) and Thunderbird (mail) seperately and then replace the current Mozilla browser/mail programs with these newer, leaner versions. Not sure about the rest of the suite though. HTH, -t Chris W. Parker wrote: > Hi. > > Surfed over to mozilla.org and noticed a redesign. Not sure how long > that's been there but I'm surprised I didn't see mention of it here on > the list. (Actually looking at the source code it was created/put online > July 13th 2003.) > > 1. What's the difference between Mozilla "regular" and Mozilla Firebird? > I gather Firebird is just a slim version of the "regular" Mozilla > program?? All I could find was a bunch of marketing hype and not a > comparison between the two downloads. > > 2. If they ARE different browsers why maintain two different browsers > with one being better than the other instead of just making one really > awesome browser? > > > kthxbye! > > Chris.