0.9.2 Branch and Beyond
Sunday June 24th, 2001
Chris Blizzard has posted an update on current tree management plans for the 0.9.2 branch and the 0.9.3 trunk. The plan calls for mozilla.org to drop the requirement of firstname.lastname@example.org approval for check ins to the trunk, while continuing it till 0.9.2 is finished on the branch. Chris felt that using 0.9.2 as a stability milestone was a success, partly thanks to the drivers requirement, but mostly due to better self policing by those who were checking in.
#22 Is anyone esle tired of this?
Monday June 25th, 2001 11:05 PM
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I say F**k MozillaQuest and lets get on to our lives again.... I find it depressing to see 21 POSTS for the article, as aposed to 7 the other day, and them to all be under the same topic... Doesn't anyone have a life to go on with.. bugs to kill, milestones to test... I for one do, and am having a blast doing so!
Anyhow, MozillaQuest SUCKS, and we all know that!
back to the topic: release number 0.9.2 sounds like it going to rock.. and 0.9.2.1 even better. Netscape has always found neet ways to polish the mozilla code.
Only thing I'm worried about, is the eagerness to NOT allow patched that could "damage" or lower the quality of the code... I understand the doing so, but many regresions are needed to get things right. But hell, I'm not complaing, the've done an awesome Job.. and ASA.. you rock man.. keep up the good work