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Full Article Attached Major Roadmap Update Centers Around Phoenix, Thunderbird; 1.4 Branch to Replace 1.0; Changes Planned for Module Ownership Model

Wednesday April 2nd, 2003

In the most radical change to the Mozilla project since the late 1998 decision to rewrite much of the code, mozilla.org today announced a major new roadmap proposal that will see Phoenix and Thunderbird (also known as Minotaur) becoming the focus of future development. According to the roadmap, 1.4 is likely to be the last milestone of the traditional Mozilla suite and the 1.4 branch will replace the 1.0 branch as the stable development path. mozilla.org is also proposing changes to the module ownership model including a move towards stronger leadership and the removal of mandatory super-review in some cases. Please click the Full Article link to read the full analysis.


#188 Why flame uncertainty over phoenix ?

by skeeter

Saturday April 5th, 2003 12:23 AM

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Okay, point noted.

@ neva sorry for the macho automatic he instead of trying to write an unsex 3rd person also for choosing your thread to express what I see in this topic.

@ AlexBishop I chose to respond to your post, because of your position at Mozillazine and thought that perhaps it would be read by more folks here. Point is, and this was in my post, this is a change for some of us end users that will take awhile to digest. For myself I was very surprised when I came to the forum and read about it. I have been on the back side of the moon for awhile and had no idea that this was coming. (back side of the moon= teaching myself to make SVCD and DVD out of ten years of video footage i.e. 6 to 12 hours of rendering time) I started with Mozilla 5, remember back when one had to write in their own pop3s into the profile.js? Anyway, since seeing this post I've unzipped a Phoenix for the very first time and tried to import my Mozzy bookmarks, doesn't work and thought gee, they are telling to start all over again. Well, in closing; I like Mozilla, it starts faster than I can take a sip of coffee on my machine(with out preload) and every thing is now finally there under one hat including my favorite, as you might guess, SVG.