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Firefox 3.1 beta 3 code freeze slated for Jan 13 — maybe

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The code freeze for the third beta of Firefox 3.1 is scheduled for next Tuesday but could slip if Javascript bugs are not resolved soon.

During the team’s weekly meeting, developer Rob Sayre flagged the Javascript engine blockers issues as a potential risk to the planned code freeze date of January 13th. He did not know exactly how long it will take to fix the remaining issues and is expected to provide a better estimate soon. Still, he said the existing blockers could push it back anywhere up to three weeks.

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