Brendan Eich Discusses Future Roadmap Plans
Tuesday April 27th, 2004
In a newsgroup posting, Brendan Eich has given some details about how he sees Mozilla development progressing over the next year or so. Brendan envisages the Mozilla Application Suite being retired to a branch within the next twelve months, with the standalone applications (Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird) continuing development on the trunk. After SeaMonkey has been retired, more far-reaching changes will be made to the Mozilla APIs, breaking compatibility with 1.x in places and eventually leading to Mozilla 2.0. The message, posted as part of a discussion about the mozilla.org staff meeting minutes of Monday 5th April, reflects Brendan's own opinions and not everything has been agreed with drivers.
#2 Re: App interoperability would be useful
Wednesday April 28th, 2004 10:33 AM
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Yea, I would agree with you on this. To add this up, I found the XUL programming in Firefox to contain fewer supported XUL tags and fewer supported XPCOM feature than Mozilla does. Does that make you kind of wonder if SeaMonkey/Mozilla ever goes good-bye or something.