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Firefox 3.1 beta freeze delayed until September 9

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The beta of Firefox 3.1 has been pushed back to mid September. At the Mozilla group’s weekly meeting Tuesday, one developer said “there is a big gap between the features planned for 3.1 and what will make it if we freeze on the 19th.”

Some of the features planned for 3.1 — including bulk tagging, Javascript enhancements, cross-site XHR and workers threads — are not going to be ready by the end of the month.

Since the team is pushing back the beta code freeze for three weeks, users won’t have it in hand until mid next month.

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