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.
#9 Now that Mozilla is an "end user" product ....
Sunday September 14th, 2003 5:49 PM
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Is there a way that we can form a group, or committee, or even just a meta-tracking bug (whatever can help influence priorities) for issues that hinder Mozilla's acceptance into business use? I'm trying to promote Mozilla within my company, but there are issues like bug# 149049, bug# 97830 (at least until bug# 2920 is implemented), and bug# 104237 which make it hard to get user acceptance in a corporate setting. Just some sort of submission process for issues that might not be important to a "home" user, but really affect decisions in a company. I'm sure that there are probably other bugs that affect other companies to a greater degree than the ones I listed, so some sort of process (or person) to prioritize issues that primarily affect business users and to be an advocate within the Mozilla Foundation's discussions on direction and priorities would be a great help.