Mozilla Firebird 0.7.1 Released for Mac OS X

Sunday October 26th, 2003

A minor update to Mozilla Firebird 0.7 has been released for Mac OS X users. Version 0.7.1 is a recommended upgrade that fixes several usability issues and significantly improves performance. The Mozilla Firebird 0.7.1 Release Notes have more information. The new build is available for Mac OS X only from Starting with version 0.8, Mozilla Firebird will use Kevin Gerich's Pinstripe as the default theme on OS X. This theme is also available for 0.7.1.

In related news, the Mozilla Firebird Roadmap has been updated with details about the the plans for each milestone up to 1.0. The Mozilla Firebird 1.0 Charter has more general information about the project's goals.

#17 Re: 0.8 is when it will start to get serious!

by dave532

Monday October 27th, 2003 6:24 AM

You are replying to this message

"I also think maybe a combined Firebird and Thunderbird installer would be a good idea - espeically if the much touted 'GRE' ever lifts off."

Well the GRE is already here, it is used by Mozilla (seamonkey) and Netscape 7.1, in fact Netscape 7.1 and Mozilla 1.4 could share the same GRE.

Therefore once the installer is ready then hopefully Firebird will use the GRE too.

and for all those people who think that an installer will be the end of their beloved zip files then remember that Mozilla is still installable via a zip file, it's just the default linked to on the webpage is the installer.