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  # 138879 18-Jun-2008 07:10
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I just managed to load getfirefox.com after some effort, its still showing version 2



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  # 138881 18-Jun-2008 07:46
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Looks like they weren't as prepared as they'd hoped.

 
 
 
 


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  # 138882 18-Jun-2008 07:51
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They managed to break the Internet, oh hang on it's their own site that's broken! Tongue out



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  # 138883 18-Jun-2008 07:57
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I just got it from here no worries:

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/?p=downloadday

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  # 138885 18-Jun-2008 07:59
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Thanks! been trying since 6 this morning!

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  # 138911 18-Jun-2008 09:45
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yea I got up at 5AM this morning and stayed up toll 6:15 and they still hadn't got the new firefox up, so i went back to sleep.
But now I see it's up and I have downloaded it, at a horrible speed of 30-50KB/s Frown

But there doesn't seem to be to much of a difference between the one I got yesterday and the official one today:
The only difference is that the one I got today is that it's 3.0.1
Edit:
Ok that 3.0.1 was made by Safari when I downloaded it, as I already had a file in my downloads folder called "firefox 3.0"
So I wonder what they changed...


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  # 139010 18-Jun-2008 17:17
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Do note that mozilla.org was online this morning, so you could access their list of mirrors and go straight there! (It still counts towards the download record I think)

Also, there are absolutely no changes since RC 3.




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