Trunk Freezes for Mozilla 1.6 Beta Tonight
Tuesday November 18th, 2003
The Mozilla trunk will freeze for 1.6 Beta at midnight tonight (Pacific Standard Time). During in the freeze, which will remain in effect through the release of 1.6b and until the Mozilla 1.6 branch is cut, only changes approved by firstname.lastname@example.org will be able to land. The ideal release date for 1.6b is this Friday and the branch for 1.6 final is scheduled for Friday 12th December.
Asa Dotzler's newsgroup posting about the freeze contains information about nominating bugs that should block the release of Mozilla 1.6 Beta. The Roadmap has more details about freezes and branches and tinderbox features the latest trunk status.
"The Mozilla trunk will freeze for 1.6 Beta at midnight tonight (Pacific Standard Time). During the freeze, which will remain in effect..."
Better get out an extra blanket and leave the water dripping in the kitchen sink <http://www.mozilla.org/do…r/samples/kitchensink.xml> tonight.
Sorry, it's been cold lately. :)
#2 Re: Burrrrr...
by johnlar <email@example.com>
Wednesday November 19th, 2003 8:18 AM
about:kitchensink nolonger works?? should this be reported as a bug?
about:kitchensink was only ever proposed - it has never actually been included. So it's not a bug.
The claim that it has ever worked is one of the most insiduous calumnies in existence against the Mozilla project.
Is there a list anywhere of all of teh sundry "about:" urls?
Yeah. Try about:about
In Mozilla. Firebird will never have it (there's a WONTFIX'd bug for it):
Now if we could just get these documented, this wouldn't be a problem. Sometime, hopefully...
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