"Couple of articles today reporting that we're going to ship
Firefox 3 with 80% of our current blocker list still remaining to
be fixed, which have cause quite the kerfuffle in our little corner
of the internet. It appears to be an honest mistake, since a set of
meeting notes did include that prediction, along with other
elements that mention other approaches to the Firefox end-game, but
it's not our intent to cut Firefox blockers from the fix list
against a hard numerical target or fixed deadline. As Matt Asay has
noted, we've already demonstrated with this product cycle that we
don't roll that way.
"At some point, of course, the number of 'bugs we'll ship with'
will hit 100%, unless we manage to produce the first piece of bug
free software I've ever worked with..."
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