The final version of Firefox 4 is set for a 22 March launch following not one, not two but 12 betas.
Mozilla developers attended a meeting with the company last night, after which Damon Sicore, senior director of platform engineering, posted on a Mozilla developer's message board:
"Today's triage session concluded with all systems go for a Firefox 4 launch on 22 March."
All systems go, except…
There's a slim chance that bugs in the software may be discovered between now and then, however, which may mean further delay to the release.
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Sicore continued, "We will continue to have triage sessions on a daily basis to watch for major issues; however, at this point, we've concluded RC1 will become Firefox 4 final."
Firefox 4, which was originally intended for a November 2010 launch, comes out of beta just a couple of weeks after the final release of IE9, the final version of which was made available on 15 March.
Via PC Pro