Trunk Freezes for Mozilla 1.7 Beta at Midnight Pacific Standard Time Tonight

Tuesday March 9th, 2004

In a newsgroup message about the Mozilla 1.7 Beta freeze, Asa Dotzler writes: "Yep, we're there again. The Mozilla 1.7 Beta freeze happens this Tuesday night at midnight. Beta is last-chance for changes that impact localizations so get those string changing fixes and features landed ASAP or let know if you're going to have trouble getting them in before Beta.

"For more scheduling information, check out the roadmap and release status pages."

#22 Re: Re: Re: Re: How about this "bug"????

by mlefevre

Thursday March 11th, 2004 10:23 AM

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He didn't post it everywhere - it was posted on the Firefox web pages (the bit you quoted was only added a couple of weeks ago) and in the Firefox forums.

My impression is that developers on the core/seamonkey side don't generally see a need to be looking up stuff about Firefox. And Ben isn't too bothered about what happens on the core side, as long as it works well enough for him to release Firefox on top of.

I don't see this is a huge issue - I guess the plan is for Firefox to return to the trunk some time after 1.0, and at that point it will pick up the improvements that have happened in the mean time.

The only question I'd have is over the timing of Firefox. Using 1.7 and not 1.8 assumes that the Firefox bits will actually be ready before 1.8 is. If we see a 1.7-based Firefox 1.0 shipping a month after Mozilla 1.8 final, that won't be so great.