let a hundred browsers bloom

(double-check links and project capitalization)
(grab sidebar text out of chapter 1)

gecko-based browsers

Chimera			http://chimera.mozdev.org
Galeon			http://galeon.sourceforge.net
K-Meleon		http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net
SkipStone		http://www.muhri.net/skipstone
Q.Bati			http://qbati2.sourceforge.net/

mozilla-based browsers

Aphrodite		http://aphrodite.mozdev.org
skyline			http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=154414
m/b			http://www.blakeross.com/images/mb (screenshot)
	phoenix			http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=161041
	project piglet		http://mb.mozdev.org


Beonex Communicator	http://beonex.com/communicator/
BrowserG!		http://browserg.mozdev.org
Dino			http://dino.mozdev.org
more			http://www.mozdev.org/categories/browsers.html

aol and compuserve clients	gecko based or mozilla based?

minotaur  - alternative mail client
	phoenix reference on the page


Lot's of changes are under way for the Mozilla browser

- The "Skyline" project, which is a version of Mozilla is being worked on internally at Netscape, "is a short-term project to build a working 
prototype of a new web client that provides for the daily needs of novice-intermediate users, is fun to use, and really shines in a broadband 

- Project "Phoenix", "...a redesign of the Mozilla browser component, similar to Galeon, K-Meleon and Chimera, but written using the XUL user 
interface language and designed to be cross-platform" (via mpt's site)

- The mozilla/browser project, mentioned a while ago on this site has resurfaced on mozdev. There are some screenshots, but the installable 
XPI is not working, yet.

http://www.mozillazine.org/weblogs/asa/2002_08_01_asadot_archive.html#80090450 http://www.blakeross.com/archives/2002_08_11_index.html#80310485 http://www.deftone.com/blogzilla/archives/some_major_mozilla_ui_changes.html http://www.mozilla.org/mailnews/minotaur/index.html (stand-alone mail client) http://www.mozillazine.org/weblogs/hyatt/2002_04_07_mozillian_archive.html#75279564 http://www.mozillazine.org/weblogs/hyatt/2002_04_07_mozillian_archive.html#75307435