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M14 to Contain Crypto Code!

Monday February 28th, 2000

That's right, Mozilla.org plans to land the newly opened crypto code on the M14 branch, which will "allow [mozilla.org] to get crypto out to the public, without affecting stability of the tip." But before they push a final M14 out, they want to get some good testing done of the crypto-enabled builds, and we plan to help them out with surveys or polls to gauge user opinion. We should know more Tuesday about when crypto will land in the branch; we'll let you know as soon as we hear anything.

You can read more about the crypto landing in Christine Begle's post to the n.p.m.seamonkey newsgroup.


#4 What will happen to the M14 bugs?

by damian <daemonc@netscape.net>

Monday February 28th, 2000 7:14 PM

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Slightly off topic: I posted this under the "progress to beta" article, and got no response. I think it's an important question, so I'm going to be annoying and post it again.

There are still a lot of bugs marked for M14 (500+ last i checked). With M14 coming out in a few days, my question is: what happens to the M14 bugs? Is the milestone plan falling apart? With M15 planned to be the beta, the work will probably continue on only the beta-stopper bugs. This is the way it should be, but when will the M14 bugs be worked on, let alone the M15 ones?