Trunk Freezes for Mozilla 1.6 Alpha Tonight
Tuesday October 21st, 2003
At midnight Pacific Daylight Time tonight, the Mozilla development trunk will freeze in preparation for 1.6 Alpha. During the freeze, which will remain in place until 1.6a is released, all trunk checkins will require approval from email@example.com before landing. Read Asa Dotzler's newsgroup posting for information about the checkin approval process during the freeze. See the Mozilla Development Roadmap for more details about the release plans and check tinderbox for the latest trunk status.
#18 A suite can consist of independent parts too
Wednesday October 22nd, 2003 5:45 PM
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Just because the *birds are separate apps doesn't mean they can't be bundled together as a "sweet". Microsoft Office is a suite, yet that is a collection separate applications and components. I for one can't wait for them to dump the monolithic app and replace it with a suite of separate applications. Right now though, the independent parts aren't ready. Having everything in one single process space was a stupid decision when Netscape made it all those years ago... repeating that mistake with the open source reimplementation beggars belief.