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Next Major Firefox Release Delayed
Contributed by: SHA, at 7/22/2005 09:27:00 PM.

The Mozilla Foundation has delayed the release of the next major version of Firefox until September, a move that followed recent troubles in the release of bug fixes for the popular open-source browser.
Firefox 1.1, code-named Deer Park, had been scheduled for release this month, but changes in the product's roadmap was announced in a posting by developer Ben Goodger on the Mozilla website.
The updated timetable has Firefox 1.5 shipping in September, with versions 2.0, code-named The Ocho, and 3.0 tentatively scheduled to ship in the first quarter and third quarter of next year, respectively. Version 1.1 has been scrapped in favor of 1.5, Goodger said.
A version 1.4 general preview release of 1.5 is scheduled to ship in August.


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