Mozilla 1.5 Alpha Freeze Date Moved to July 9th
Tuesday June 24th, 2003
Asa Dotzler has announced that an extra two weeks has been added to the Mozilla 1.5 Alpha milestone period to account for the current development focus on 1.4. The milestone schedule section of the Mozilla Development Roadmap has been updated to reflect this change, with the new freeze date set to Wednesday 9th July.
#2 Re: Seamonkey, not Firebird?
Tuesday June 24th, 2003 11:22 AM
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1.4 is the Seamonkey branch, yes.
The trunk (moving towards 1.5alpha) is currently still on Seamonkey, and probably will be for 1.5alpha. Whether or not Seamonkey will be used for anything past then is, I think, still an unanswered question, but the plan is for the main focus to be Firebird and Thunderbird. The question of exactly when and how the switch from Seamonkey to Firebird/Thunderbird will happen isn't resolved yet either. Things will hopefully become more clear nearer the time (and if not, then we'll certainly know after they've happened! :) - that's still at least a month or so away...