UPDATE: Firefox Release Recap: October Week 4

Posted: Monday, November 2, 2009 by El Guru in Firefox, Fx 3.0, Fx 3.5, Fx 3.6, Mozilla News

Note: Some release and scheduling changes were announced in today’s Weekly Status Meeting

Schedule this Week

  • Firefox 3.5.5 – November 6th

Future Release

  • Firefox 3.0.16 – December 15th
  • Firefox 3.5.6 – December 15th
  • Firefox 3.6 RC1 – Late November 2009
  • Firefox 3.6 – Mid December 2009
  • Firefox 3.7 – Spring 2010
  1. […] have to wait a couple of months, before they can actually start using Firefox 3.6. According to the latest release schedule, Firefox 3.6 RC1 is expected to be released in November end, with the final version slated for […]

  2. […] The Firefox web browser, like Google Chrome, is developed in several branches simultaneously which makes it kinda hard to track. There are currently three different versions of Firefox under development not counting the future releases of Firefox 3.7 and 4.0. First there are the two official public releases Firefox 3.0.15 and Firefox 3.5.4 and second there is the soon to be released Firefox 3.6. The release schedule looks like the following currently (subject to change, source: FF Extension Guru). […]

  3. Transcontinental says:

    What I wonder is how a Firefox extension programmer knows where to put the limit version to his extension. I have 78 extensions at this time on Firefox 3.5.4, and most are fixed to 3.5.*, whilst a few hit 3.6.(something), others 3.7.(something), I even have an extension (Ad Muncher Browser Extensions) fit to 4.0 !

    Are programmers to cautious or is there a real argument in choosing a limit for an extension? I believe extensions remain valid accordingly to core modifications of the Firefox build, but perhaps is there more to it? That means the extension programmer must know the latest developments of night builds, is that correct?

    Darn :)

  4. […] release schedule looks like this currently (subject to change, source: FF Extension Guru). Comments (0) Trackbacks (0) Leave a comment […]

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