AMozillaX Press Release This statement is made by Ben Rothwell on behalf of the entire aMozillaX team. When, in January 1999, we had the chance to begin work porting the Mozilla source code to the 68k and PPC Amiga platforms, the press coverage was significant and the community anxious to see a browser with significant parts of the Netscape source code in it. However, recently it has come to light that there is a growing stem of discontentment amongst users of the Amiga, due to the fact that they still do not yet have aMozillaX. We would like to take this chance to make a formal apology to the community for this situation. Initially we aimed for a release in June, and at one stage it looked possible to make an early release in early May. However, developing a program of this size and complexity is not an easy task, and sometimes problems with the code or other problems make the time slip back and the community ever more impatient. We can assure you however that we are working hard to ensure that we will be able to release Version 1.0 of aMozillaX at the World of Amiga show in London, mid July. Certain features will be missing, such as Java mainly due to problems and delays in third party JVM solutions. However, we are confident that aMozillaX will be able to outperform all of the current Amiga browsers upon release, offering speed and flexibility, as well as power. ECMAScript, Dynamic HTML, DOM1, HTML4.0 will all be fully supported in this release. We are also working to ensure that when we release binaries and source code, the right structure is in place to enable other developers to work with us on improving aMozillaX, more information about this improved web presence can be found at www.freeamiga.org. Any further queries may be directed to Ben Rothwell.