Fri, May 23 2008 13:59
Mozilla IDs 10 bugs, 3 critical, in Firefox 3.0 RC1
Mozilla Corp. has identified 10 high-priority bugs in Firefox 3.0
— three of them pegged critical — but it won't decide until next week
whether to release the browser anyway or restart the final stretch by
issuing a second release candidate.
"We are making a go/no-go decision early next week, as we are still collecting feedback [on Release Candidate 1]," Mike Schroepfer, Mozilla's vice president of engineering, said in an e-mail Thursday.
Firefox 3.0 RC1
launched a week ago, but Mozilla has not yet committed to RC2.
Previously, the company only said it is targeting June as the release
window for the final code.
Story at computerworld.com
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