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|8th April 2011, 15:53||#1|
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Firefox 5 Scheduled For June 21 Release
Mozilla has updated its new rapid release cycle and is now planning to release Firefox 5 on June 21 instead of June 29. Mozilla is also adopting a versioning system that is very similar to the system that is used by Google for Chrome.
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel, if it is working perfectly – Mozilla’s new browser release schedule takes more cues from Google. It indicates that future Firefox releases will be moving in 18 week cycles from the first mozilla-central (nightly) release to a stable final release. A new browser version will be spending 6 weeks in mozilla-central and will be updated nightly. It will stay 6 weeks in the experimental phase and updated nightly as well. In both phases, Mozilla is likely to keep the “Minefield” branding for Firefox.
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