New Mozilla Thunderbird Roadmap Published

Saturday September 13th, 2003

Following the release of Mozilla Thunderbird 0.2, an updated Thunderbird Roadmap has been published. The document outlines the near-term development plans for the standalone mail and newsgroups application and includes details about the forthcoming 0.3 milestone. This release, which will primarily be a bugfix update, will ship at the same time as Mozilla 1.5 and from the same branch. Thunderbird changes made on the trunk will become part of Thunderbird 0.4.

#15 Re: Re: Re: Re: "It's a good thing"

by semoser <>

Monday September 15th, 2003 7:30 AM

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But I think it's important to number the versions from a user's pont of view because they are the people that should replace their ie through mozilla-products (I see primarily the windows-users). Of course not like netscape did - with changing from 4.7 to 6, but a little bit more like that. The commons have to see that with the standalone-products Mozilla is a real alternative to other products. As you know, most of the already mentioned windows-users see mozilla as an outdated software. I did so as well until I saw Mozilla Firebird a few months ago. With a new version-number the users would see am important change in Mozilla and not only an update.