Full Article Attached Mozilla 1.4 Alpha Coming Soon

Monday March 17th, 2003

Asa Dotzler has posted a message about the forthcoming 1.4 Alpha release to netscape.public.mozilla.seamonkey. A number of Mozilla vendors have plans for 1.4 so it is important that both quality and scheduling targets are met in the development cycle. This means that the period between the freeze for 1.4 Alpha and its subsequent release will be days rather than weeks. Right now the freeze is scheduled for midnight on Wednesday 26th March with the release targetted for Friday 28th March.

Thanks to John for the link to Asa's newsgroup posting.

#38 Re: Re: HOF

by asa <>

Wednesday March 19th, 2003 2:54 PM

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Do these other distributions customize their Mozilla releases? RedHat, for example, changes quite a bit more than just packaging (making RPMs). They enable XFT in their build (and soon GTK2, both functionality not offered in the official Mozilla releases). They pack it full of RedHat bookmarks. They support it. For any other Linux distributions that do any work to put Mozilla in the hands of their users, they too should be included in the HOF.