Mozilla 0.9 Branched, First 0.9.1 Checkin

Wednesday April 25th, 2001 branched today in preparation for the Mozilla 0.9 milestone, which they are targeting at people who are embedding Mozilla in their products as their first solid beta to use. Expect for 0.9 to be released sometime this week, or early next week.

Following the branching, the fix for bug 77002 was checked in to the 0.9.1 trunk, making page load time up to 17% faster in some cases. Verifications are currently going on on the first set of pre 0.9.1 builds with the fix, which are currently up on for Windows, Linux, and Mac. Expect the tree to open within the next few hours for open checkins to 0.9.1.

#24 Re: Re: wanted--more realistic scheduling

by AlexBishop <>

Friday April 27th, 2001 11:25 AM

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I'm hoping there was a bit of irony in that message. Mozilla's great and eveything, but the World won't suddenly become a wonderful place just because 1.0 is released.

Of course 1.0 (and Netscape 6.5) will be big news. I'm betting that it'll be the headline of CNET when it's released. But I don't know if the masses will rejoice because Mozilla has arrived to save them from the evil Internet Explorer. Hang on... maybe they will. ;-)