Tree Closes for Mozilla 1.0
Wednesday March 27th, 2002
The tree just closed in preparation for Mozilla 1.0, and so far, it's looking promising. What does the tree close mean? This time around, as drivers have been in control of the tree for the entire milestone, the actual process won't change, but drivers approval will begin to get harder and harder to get for a checkin. As we approach 1.0, we'll keep you up to date on current status and other interesting news.
#63 Re: Think of new excuses.
Thursday March 28th, 2002 11:25 PM
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mozilla.org provides binaries for testing and feedback. We say this on the front page and we say this on the releases page. We've always said this (from the release of the very first binary. I remember when it popped up on ftp, do you?) and we will continue to say this. If you want Mozilla software which is not for testing and feedback then go get a Netscape 6.2 browser or Beonex or wait for their next release.
You can call it excuses but you're the one that wants mozilla.org test binaries to be more than they are, not mozilla.org. I challenge you to find a statement from mozilla.org that says we distribute binaries for general consumption by casual end users. You won't find it because you're the one making that claim, not us.