Trunk Frozen for 1.1 Beta
Wednesday July 10th, 2002
The main development trunk was frozen today in preparation for the release of Mozilla 1.1 Beta. Until the trunk is reopened, only approved fixes can be checked in. To get approval for a patch, mail firstname.lastname@example.org with "[trunk approval]" in the subject. The ideal release date for 1.1 Beta is Wednesday 17th July (though, as usual, this is not set in stone).
#4 Re: Whatever happened to 1.0.1?
Wednesday July 10th, 2002 7:43 PM
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No, 1.0.1 has not been abolished in favor of 1.1beta. The 1.0.x releases and the 1.x releases are serving different purposes. The 1.0.x releases (of which 1.0.1 will be the first) are only for a limited set of high value, low risk changes or for security fixes for the 1.0.0 release (or products based on the 1.0.0 release). The 1.x releases (of which 1.1 will be the first) are for new features and general bug fixes. However, unlike the 0.x.y series of milestones Mozilla has switched to an alpha/beta/final release cycle. See <http://www.mozilla.org/roadmap.html>