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A page that lists what was changed in Firefox 10.0.1 over 10.0
Copy pasted from http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/906503
Despite its title, the entire point of the thread is really not to see at some distant point in the future (for historical purposes) what the difference b/w incremental versions was.
The point is: You've just deployed version X.0 when all of a sudden X.0.1 is officially released without a word of official explanation at to why. You can spend hours of time reading misinformation about it because the people spreading the misinformation have no clue.
This is because there is no official permanent source for brief descriptions of why an official non-Beta single incremental versions have just been released.
What is the procedure to establish one single official page for explanations regarding incremental official releases since I take it we all agree that there isn't one now.
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A what's new page 10.0.1 will be put up once 10.0.01 is released, which might be on Fri 02-10. When it is released the what's new page will be here:
After considering the top issues, the release drivers have decided to ship a Firefox 10.0.1 to fix two issues:
1) A top startup crash (bug is security locked because it's a crash)
2) Java applets cause text areas to hang (bug 718939)
Correct me if I'm wrong but those notes would just be general all inclusive notes.
For the previous version, where is the list of changes from 9.0 to 9.01 here: http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/9.0.1/releasenotes/ which does not include the changes already included in v9.0 - just from 9.0 to 9.01?