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[quote=ndebord] [quote=desga2] [quote=4td8s] well I did get a chance the latest KM 1.6 pre-beta and tested it out on some of my machines. there are some things that need to be worked out on KM 1.6 though. [/quote] What things? [quote=4td8s] but the folks who make the next generations of Firefox and Seamonkey browsers have proposed [url=https://wiki.mozilla.org/Releases/]timelines/schedules[/url], even though they may not always follow them because things happen that can be out of their control. at least I have some sort of idea of their progress. it's called "planning"; the most successful people in this world do careful planning and at least have a timeline/deadline to meet their goals in life.[/quote] I can give you one timeline/deadline schedule: [b]Upcoming Releases[/b] [b]Name Scheduled Release Date[/b] K-Meleon 1.6 Beta This weekend (Tentative), probably next weekend. K-Meleon 1.6 Final When Translations are ready, probably in two months. K-Meleon 1.7 Never? This isn't a joke, look that I don't type any smile icon. The state of K-Meleon project is really serious. Currently the Project is slowed, we want realease K-Meleon 1.6 Final, but the future is unknown. The Project will be probably in standby/hibernation some time after K-Meleon 1.6 final be realesed. We not want that K-Meleon Project died, but his developement is each time more difficult and requires more time. I hope that K-Meleon community has enough patience. Greetings.[/quote] desga2, I would argue that Mozilla Corp. has made it much more difficult for third party developers to use the Gecko Engine. More stuff built-in, more stuff to be removed. No answer here to your cry for help I'm afraid to say, nor any answer to those who think in terms of Mozilla Corp. and its 80 million budget, funded mainly by Google.[/quote]
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