Firefox 3.1 Gone, Welcome Firefox 3.5

By | March 5, 2009

The upcoming Firefox release (Shiretoko) which is currently in development will be released as Firefox 3.5 instead of the planed 3.1. It should be noted, that Firefox Beta 3 which is going to be released within 5 days will still have 3.1 tag.

According to the meeting notes, the following decision was made due to many changes, or as it says “3.1 -> 3.5 to indicate increased scope”


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  1. werwolf says:

    looks like bullshit for me.

    Comparing 9.2x with 9.5 = makes sence

    Comaring Firefox 3.0 with 3.5 = nonsence

    The difference will not be that big for such a big step.

  2. firefan says:

    New in 3.5:
    · Private browsing
    · SpiderMonkey JavaScript engine
    · HTML5 features (audio, video…)
    · CSS Selectors + CSS3 features
    · Offline events, native JSON
    · Awesomebar improvements
    · Theme cleanup
    · Performance improvements

    Not enough for you? :s

  3. werwolf says:

    firefun, I don’t say it is a few, but I is not so much for this step of 0.4 (3.5 – 3.1)