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Thursday, April 3, 2003

New Mozilla Roadmap

The Mozilla team has posted a new roadmap, calling for some radical new changes in the way Mozilla will continue to be developed. The changes are so big, I almost wondered if it was an April Fool's joke. They plan to streamline the development process and focus on Phoenix as a standalone browser and Thunderbird as a standalone mail client. The goal is to reduce code bloat and concentrate on the Gecko rendering engine. I'm not clever enough to judge how wise this move is, but I do know that it means big changes.

News for 04/03/2003

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