Trunk Freezes for 1.4 Alpha Tonight
Tuesday March 25th, 2003
To prepare for the impending 1.4 Alpha release, the main Mozilla development tree will freeze at 11:59pm tonight (Pacific Standard Time). While the trunk is frozen, only checkins that have been approved by firstname.lastname@example.org will be allowed to land. The tree will be reopened when Mozilla 1.4 Alpha is released (the current ideal release date is this Friday). See tinderbox and the Mozilla Development Roadmap for more information.
#22 redhat doesnt count anyway
by ph1nn <email@example.com>
Wednesday March 26th, 2003 12:44 PM
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RedHat doesnt count anyway, they are coding a huge application like Mozilla, they dont have to worry about patches coming from every part of the globe, people hacking it together, keeping it stable and secure and getting it out there.
RedHat, like all distros for the most part are just a collection of the work everyone else has done in Linux packaged together and a team of tech support llamas.
I could be wrong... but i give more credit to the Mozilla team hackers