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Mozilla 1.0 Schedule Pushed Back

Apr 24, 2001, 19:37 (46 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Brian Proffitt)

By Brian Proffitt
Managing Editor, BrowserWatch

The Mozilla organization has announced the additional release of more pre-1.0 versions, which could move back the ship date of Mozilla 1.0 to the end of September, 2001.

Mozilla is the open source software based on the original Netscape Communicator 5 source code. Several browsers are based on the Mozilla code, including Netscape 6 and KMeleon.

Three new releases were added to the Mozilla schedule after the 0.9 release, and if Mozilla's current pattern of five-week release cycles holds, then this would push the final release date back to September from the planned May 2001 date.

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