Finally! A complete Web Authoring System for Linux Desktop users as well as Microsoft Windows and Macintosh users to rival programs like FrontPage and Dreamweaver.

Okay, well, that description's pretty pie in the sky, but what you do get -- for nothing and Mozilla licensed in case you're a hacker and want to make it your own -- is a standalone version of the Mozilla Composer, which, as I think I've said before, is the best html WYSIWYG editor you can use.

Why is Composer, and now Nvu, so good? There's nothing fancy about it at all. No extra stylesheets, no MS-specific additions, no wacky spin put on existing html code that's opened -- the thing just edits well, stays standards compliant, and runs quickly in most anything approaching three year-old hardware. It's so light-weight, any nontechie schmoe can create not just web pages, but web pages any true htmler can cut and place into their own code in seconds without thinking twice.

Great job, Moz and Nvu.

(Boy, lots of back patting recently on mfn...)