M9 Soon, Then Straight On To M11
Thursday August 19th, 1999
The tree has already been opened up to M10 builds, and a finalized M9 release is due soon. According to Jim Everingham of the mozilla development team, M10 feature work will continue, but there will be no M10 release, and they will continue work towards an M11 release. The M10 featureset should be completed by the end of August; M11 and a feature-freeze should occur September 21.
The new plan is codenamed "Porkjet". Why? You can find out by reading Jim's newsgroup post.
Thanks to Asa Dotzler for the news.
#12 Security & Java
by sj12fn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday August 21st, 1999 12:25 AM
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Encryption is (thanks to RSA and ITAR) going to be a propriatary feature (but see Cryptozilla.org (AU site :-)). As for Java, OJI will let the public plug in Japhar, whilst Netscape/Sun plugs in the Sun JVM.