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Mozilla 0.9 Branched, First 0.9.1 Checkin

Wednesday April 25th, 2001

Mozilla.org 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 ftp.mozilla.org for Windows, Linux, and Mac. Expect the tree to open within the next few hours for open checkins to 0.9.1.


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

by asa <asa@mozilla.org>

Sunday April 29th, 2001 4:28 PM

You are replying to this message

"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."

When and where did this idea that Mozilla 1.0 and Netscape 6.5 releases were goiing to be anywhere close to eachother start. This is easily the 5th or 6th time in as many days that I've seen some post here, on irc or the newsgroups suggesting that Netscape 6.x was going to be based on Mozilla 1.0 or coming out at the same time. Was there some Netscape or mozilla.org announcement that I missed?

--Asa