Flock 0.7 is ready!


I couldn’t explain that feeling better than Anthony did! It was a long, crazy journey from Palo Alto’s garage, to Flock 0.7.

We grew, we matured, we redesigned everything for several times, we were happy, jealous, pissed off, proud, tired, nervous, motivated, unmotivated, focused, but what’s most important, we kept being excited about what we do, and we kept united together during this journey.
I’d like to thank the whole team for their incredible passion, and their patience to me when I was messing with all the code parts vertically across the components. I’d also like to especially thank Bart and Geoffrey, who made it all possible, and our QA team who did amazing job in making Flock a predictible piece of software 😉

Read more about Flock 0.7 by Bart!


Flock 0.7 l10n

Last month was awesome. We’re almost ready with Flock 0.7 release, and we want to make it the first release with semi-official localization builds.

If you want to help us, and you speak any language beside of US English, it’s a good time for you 🙂

Please, take a look at my Flock-l10n maillist post  and contact me!

Flock l10n release should take place soon after en-US release. I’d like to mention, that unlike Mozilla we use a slightly different model, we release Cardinal (from 0.7 line) and then we release plenty small updates from the 0.7 branch while big changes will happen in 0.8. Between releases we have plenty small milestones like,,, and once we’re satisfied with the quality, we release one of them as official Flock 0.7 Cardinal, and then small updates are tagged with milestones like, until we release one of those as Flock 0.7.1.