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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
#22 Re: What's going to be new in 1.6?
Thursday October 23rd, 2003 10:29 AM
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There will hopefully be some changes to "save as" that will improve it. There will be GNOME integration of helper apps on Linux. There will be the ability to set up external protocol handlers on Linux. This is just user-visible changes to the helper-app code (and most of these will apply to the *Birds too). Dunno about other parts of Mozilla.