A shortened schedule looks unlikely in the near term, but the possibility remains for down the road.
The first tablet-centric version of Mozilla's popular browser is now available for download in the Nightly channel.
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'Broken' bug-triage process can't handle the speedy new timetable, a former volunteer says.
Mozilla promises the version number will remain in the browser's "About" box after all, ending the debate.
Down the road, a time-based numbering system could be implemented instead.
The release of a version of the Firefox browser every six weeks is found to be disconcerting, and at times potentially unmanageable by businesses, says a Mozilla bigwig.
Mozilla has released its streamlined update, putting the browser on track for release in September.
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