This is a very efficient way to tell your liver "fuck you! I don't fucking like you!" To tell the truth, I'm afraid to stand up. I'm mildly buzzed, but judging by the level of whiskey in the jar when I stand up I am going to be sitting right back down again. -- H.R. Taffs
Damn! I can't believe it's been TWO YEARS since Netscape
released the source code for Navigator at the Mozilla Dot Party
on March 31st, 1998. CRAZY!
To celebrate the fantastico party, Mozilla team leader and big FREAK Jamie Zawienski threw a big PARTAY at the Sound
Factory, a grodie South-of-Market night club in San Francisco. GRODIE, but big
enough to hold the thousands of Free Software advocates, Web digerati types,
PARTY PEOPLE and just plain coolio folks that came to the first Mozilla Dot
LAST YEAR, JWZ left the Mozilla Project a few days before Mozilla Dot Party 2
point oh. It was a dark time for Mozillur -- the code was going through some
major overhauls, without much visible progress. But it was a GREAT PARTY,
anyways! I had a blast! There must have been THIRTY Spock Mountain Research Labs
cyberbilly research fellows there, whooping it up and drinking big Spocktails.
And now this Free Software Webby tradition will CONTINUE with Moziller Dot Party
Three Point Oh. Hooray! Mozillur dot party is the BEST PARTY EVER. It's fun, you
can DANCE, and there's MOZILLUR SOURCE CODE projected on every available
surface. Not only that, but maybe Mozillur
M14 will be available by then. Mozillur is getting REALLY GOOD, folks, if
you haven't tried it lately.
Anyways, go to Mozillur Dot Party, but don't stand between me and the bar, eh?
And if you see someone in a SMRL lab coat, DAMMIT, man, BUY THEM A DRINK!
They're doing the research so you don't have to.