Gecko versions for future Thunderbird releases

Ludovic Hirlimann ludovic at mozilla.com
Mon Jul 9 12:14:20 UTC 2012


On 7/9/12 2:01 PM, Robert Kaiser wrote:
> Ludovic Hirlimann schrieb:
>> I don't see the point in keeping comm-aurora, from a release point of
>> view its scatters our users, and from a testing's perspective I don't
>> think it would bring much
>
> It's the main point of reference for localizers. For Firefox, it's
> also an important phase for stability fixes and getting new features
> vetted before they go to the RC-quality beta with a quite significant
> audience, but Thunderbird stability tracking is spotty at best, and
> new features seem to not matter in its future anyhow. Still, for L10n,
> the Aurora phase is the "now we work on it" one. Beta users should not
> get unlocalized versions if possible.
So Seamonkey's Maintains Trunk , Aurora, Beta and Release ?


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