Full Article Attached What is a Mozilla Alpha?

Thursday November 25th, 1999

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#88 Features after Alpha?

by Anon

Sunday November 28th, 1999 8:40 AM

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Don't get me wrong, but there's more than one team working on Mozilla, right? If so, wouldn't that mean that there are teams for working on the other parts of the project and that development of the rendering engine is being done at the same time as the other parts? Would it really make sense to stop working on those other parts to work on the engine and stabalizing the browser when they're just going to start working again and add features that might destabailize it? Then I guess everyone would have to work at the same time until a feature freeze and THEN it would be stabalized and optimized.

I might be wrong on this, but I thought this was how it was being done.

Can code be stabalized and speeded up when it is still being changed?