Full Article Attached Major Roadmap Update Centers Around Phoenix, Thunderbird; 1.4 Branch to Replace 1.0; Changes Planned for Module Ownership Model

Wednesday April 2nd, 2003

In the most radical change to the Mozilla project since the late 1998 decision to rewrite much of the code, today announced a major new roadmap proposal that will see Phoenix and Thunderbird (also known as Minotaur) becoming the focus of future development. According to the roadmap, 1.4 is likely to be the last milestone of the traditional Mozilla suite and the 1.4 branch will replace the 1.0 branch as the stable development path. is also proposing changes to the module ownership model including a move towards stronger leadership and the removal of mandatory super-review in some cases. Please click the Full Article link to read the full analysis.

#167 You don't need to integrate them

by leafdigital

Friday April 4th, 2003 8:02 AM

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I mean, with separate programs for mail and browser, they already 'integrate' correctly (well if they are done properly). For instance you click a link in a mail program and it will load that link in your default browser. You click a mailto link in a web page and it'll load your email program, creating a message to that address.

This is the way things are supposed to work and in fact they already do (with most browsers and email programs, anyhow, including the MS stuff). What other integration do you need? I can't think of any...