It's great that updates are being made, and distributed simply by using the up2date tools....
But, from the Redhat web site, a brief explanation of Fedora is it is "For developers and enthusiasts who want the latest technology."
So... yesterday this new update for Mozilla is released.... 1.4.1-18
Mozilla 1.5 is already available, and so is 1.6a
So if Fedora is supposed to be "leading edge", why are we coming out
leading edge is not the same as bleeding edge :). Upgrading mozilla libraries to the newest version may easily break many other packages.
with incremental changes to Mozilla 1.4? Why isn't 1.5 or 1.6a available via up2date?
Just curious... :-)