|| ||Samuel Sidler <ss-AT-mozilla.com>|
|| ||Mike Beltzner <beltzner-AT-mozilla.com>|
|| ||Re: Firefox 2 End Of Life|
|| ||Mon, 3 Nov 2008 18:10:12 -0800|
|| ||"dev. planning" <dev-planning-AT-lists.mozilla.org>,
Robert Kaiser <kairo-AT-kairo.at>|
On Oct 30, 2008, at 7:48 AM, Mike Beltzner wrote:
> On 30-Oct-08, at 10:38 AM, Robert Kaiser wrote:
>> Mike Beltzner wrote:
>>> No, and straw men aren't appreciated. Please read on in the thread
>>> for where
>>> I clarify Sam's words for Phil.
>> Thanks, I just wanted to get that clarified a bit more, as Sam's
>> post sounded very much like anything browser-specific being ignored
>> and dropped completely (which I felt was probably not the intention
>> but the sound of it).
> No worries. Sam's hatred for Camino is well documented. ;)
It's good thing Mike's in town this week. Wrath shall be felt...
In any case, I should clarify:
* Current branch drivers  will handle mailnews bugs and target
them (and find owners) for upcoming Thunderbird 2.0.0.x releases.
* Security bugs that do not affect Thunderbird 2.0.0.x will not be
targeted or managed.
* If bugs unrelated to Thunderbird 2.0.0.x get appropriate reviews,
branch drivers will triage the approval requests appropriately, just
as they do now.
* The community can take over this branch, just as has been done
for Gecko 1.8.0 (currently managed by Linux vendors)
I hope that helps clear things up... I didn't mean to have my hate on
for SeaMonkey or Camino or any other Gecko 1.8.1 consumer. I <3
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