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Mozilla Delays Firefox 67 Launch Following Certificate Issue
Quote:The certificate issue that disabled Firefox extensions last week keeps giving headaches to Mozilla, and after the company released two different browser updates to resolve the problem, it’s now coming back with another important change.
Firefox 67, which is the next major release of the browser, will be delayed for one week, so instead of May 14, it’s now expected to land on May 21.
In a newsletter linked by TechDows, Ritu Kothari, TPM Lead at Mozilla, explains the delay impacts all the other builds of Firefox.
As such, the Feature Complete milestone for Firefox 67 has been pushed from May 3 to May 10, while the Nightly Soft Code freeze is now scheduled to take place on May 13, the same day when the first merge should be completed (after originally due on May 6).

The newsletter also suggest that the number of patches released by Mozilla could cause what is being described as update fatigue for users.
“Might be experiencing update fatigue (hotfixes and dot releases pushed in quick succession). We need time to let the dust settle on release channel owing to recent dot releases,” Mozilla’s engineers explain regarding the delayed launch of Firefox 67. “Typically, we require a week of code freeze and RC builds to ensure the release going out the door is meeting the high standards of quality, stability, and performance.”

SOURCE: https://news.softpedia.com/news/mozilla-...5957.shtml
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