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Firefox 3 release schedule draft

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In the latest Firefox 3 status meeting, a release schedule draft was published. In brief:

* Alpha 4, by the end of April
* Alpha 5, by the end of May
* Alpha 6, by the end of June
* Beta 1, in July
* Beta 2, on September

So, considering a run of release candidates during October, Firefox 3 should be around November according to this schedule. I find it somewhat aggressive.

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