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.
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by JBassford <email@example.com>
Tuesday June 24th, 2003 5:55 PM
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> it is questionable if 1.5 will be developed much at all
Since 1.5+ [i]is[/i] Mozilla, to say that it won't be developed is wrong. Once Firebird/Thunderbird merge with the trunk, they will continue to be developed as part of the trunk - and part of the Mozilla Suite. In fact, once 1.4 final is out, there will be a flurry of activity around 1.5+ and it will receive almost all of the coding attention. (Especially during the merge phase.) Moving the freeze date forward has no impact on Mozilla's plans other than to slightly delay the merge so that more time can be spent on finalizing 1.4. I think you need to read the roadmap again...