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Mozilla moves Firefox OS to rapid release schedule

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Mozilla has announced that it will release updates to Firefox OS every three months, with security updates scheduled every six weeks.

Mozilla's rapid release schedule has been in force for over two years with the outfit's web browser Firefox seeing releases every six weeks. Now Mozilla has announced that its Firefox OS will move to a similar release schedule, though security updates will be released every six weeks with new features released every three months.

According to Mozilla's manager of Release Management Alex Keybl, Firefox OS 1.0 skipped two releases of the Gecko rendering engine that powers it.

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