jcreus writes: Mozilla announced on January 10th that Firefox would be getting a new release cycle, creating an "Extended Support Release" (ESR), aimed at "enterprises, public institutions, universities and other organizations that centrally manage their Firefox deployments". An overview of this ESR in a graphical form can be found at their Wiki. Releases will be initially maintained for nine release cycles; basically, each ESR version will be released every 7 usual cycles (Firefox 10, 17, 24...). In related news, Firefox 10 has been released.
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