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'''Welcome to the [ ThunderbirdProject] Project's community page''', with links to commonly requested information.
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= Status =
'''Thunderbird is alive and well in 2019! Yes, 2019. [[#Contributing|Please help us keep it that way!]] ''' 
The Thunderbird product is developed and managed by the '''Thunderbird Project''', which is collectively the community (both paid staff and volunteers) and the Thunderbird Council:
* The community has continuously [[#Latest release|shipped releases]] with bug fixes and enhancements for many years. Read more at the [ Thunderbird Blog].
* Get the '''beta''' from [ the future of Thunderbird].
== Upcoming releases ==
<u>Thunderbird does not release on specific scheduled dates</u>, because we ship when '''code is ready and tested'''. But we We roughly <u>track</u> but does (i.e. do not strictly follow** ) the '''ESR''' release schedule of Firefox. See the ESR column of [[RapidRelease/Calendar]]. * We Releases typically release happen 1-3 weeks after published Firefox dates. But it is can could be more 1-3 weeks, or it can could be less, because we ship when '''code is ready and tested'''. In other words dates cannot be predicted, and if . If you see a date you should take it with a grain of salt. If you do not see the "newest" version listed at the [ Thunderbird home page], do not worry, it the new version is just not yet ready. Specific new New features and fixes happen as volunteers have time to work on them and fix them - there are no schedules for fixes and features which can be communicated to users. If you want new features sooner, then please help us [ test and code], or use the beta mentioned above.
* [[Thunderbird/Release_Driving|Release Driving]] - How releases move towards completion
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