[Enigmail] The new Enigmail code?

David dgboles at gmail.com
Sun Jan 22 11:27:33 PST 2012

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On 1/22/2012 1:25 PM, Phil Stracchino wrote:
> On 01/22/2012 12:41 PM, Ludwig Hügelschäfer wrote:
>> David wrote on 22.01.12 18:04:
>>> At that rate Tunderbird Daily should be near or in the 20's 
>>> perhaps? <smile>
>> TB 10 is expected at the end of january 
>> (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Releases). Given the six week release 
>> cycle we should end up at TB 17 or TB 18 at christmas this year.
> [semi-off-topic]
> I'm seeing a probably-unanticipated side effect of Mozilla's rapid 
> release cycle ...  increasing numbers of extensions are falling out
> of availability simply because their authors have more important
> things to be doing with their time than update the version
> compatibility number every few weeks.  By the time they check it
> again for compatibility, the major version's bumped again...

Also OT and I'll stop with this.

There is a six week release cycle for Thunderbird and Firefox. The
soon to be released TBird 10.0 spent six weeks as a daily (daily
updates), six weeks as an Aurora (feature freeze with bug fixes) when
needed, six weeks as a beta (complete freeze with 'must fix bug
fixes), before release. 18 weeks in the system.

There is also the Addon Compatibility Reporter that will let you run
the extension compatible report or not and report that the extensions
still works, or does not as expected, or not at all.

It seems to me that the extension developers, if they carried to do
so, have plenty of time.

And I stop here as I said above.

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