Trunk Freezes for Mozilla 1.6 Alpha Tonight
Tuesday October 21st, 2003
Asa Dotzler wrote:
The tree closes tonight at midnight PDT for Mozilla 1.6 Alpha. For a few days, while we get 1.6a in shipping shape, you will need to get drivers' approval for any changes that you want to land.
To request approval for a fully reviewed patch, set the patch flag "approval1.6a?" and drivers will evaluate the fix for inclusion in 1.6a. If it's approved, the ? will be changed to a +. If it's denied, the ? will be changed to a -.
As mentioned in the earlier post, if you think a bug should block the release, please set the blocking1.6a? bug flag so drivers know to evaluate it as a release blocker. If a blocker bug (noted by drivers setting the blocking1.6+ bug flag) is on your list, please help us get the tree open quickly for 1.6b by making it a priority or working with drivers to get it assigned to someone who will.
We hope to only be locked down for a short period. Being careful with your changes today will help in that goal. Keep your eye on npm.seamonkey and the tinderbox page for updates on the freeze and release.
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