Wie ich eben las, wird die Update-Version von Mozilla Firefox 126.96.36.199 noch diesen Monat erscheinen. Es freut mich zu lesen, dass sich das Team der Speicherproblematik annimmt.
Now that 1.5 is safely out the door (woo hoo!) it’s time to start focusing on our upcoming releases.
Our goal with the scheduled security and stability updates is to continuously improve the quality of the 1.5 release. We’ll need to push these releases with a very low tolerance for risk to give our users maximal confidence in the upgrade. The first of these releases will be Firefox 188.8.131.52, scheduled to ship in late January. This release will come from the MOZILLA_1_8_0_BRANCH.
As with the 1.0.x releases the primary focus of this release is security. In addition to security fixes “reliability” fixes that meet one of the following criteria may be considered:
- Top Crash
- Memory leaks or other major performance issues
- Regression in major functionality from 1.0.x
- Regression caused by a previous security release
- Significant loss of functionality in a major feature (e.g. the installer doesn’t work)