Mozilla told TG Daily that they're aiming to release a mobile version of Firefox before 2010:
In a new blog post, Mozilla chairperson Mitchell Baker noted that she saw have an effective product in the mobile space”, which may indicate that Mozilla won’t ship a mobile browser by 2010. She added that “that is not the case at all” and that Mozilla “will ship well before then.”
“The intent of this goal was to say: in 2010 when we look at where we are, it should be screamingly obvious that we’ve done this. That means releasing a good product much sooner, seeing good results and acceptance, and seeing those results grow over time,” she wrote.
Obviously, the problem was the interpretation of “effective product.” Mitchell Baker gave us a few more hints on the meaning of an “effective product in the mobile market” in a recent blog post. According to the CLW, an effective product will have a certain mindshare, marketshare, momentum, a reference implementation for the generative Web and ongoing platform issues.