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Weekly Status Report, W36/2012
- CSI:Mozilla / CrashKill:
Did some testing of Firefox OS on my otoro device, saw that it has some crash issues right now but reports are not sent atm, went on to figure out what we need to do to get them working. I posted a summary of the current state and road forward to the stability list and Dietrich.
Followed Socorro getting ready for the "mobeta" push to production.
Also followed their next big step - rewriting the UI in django.
Did some preparation for the MozCamp session I did with bsmedberg, and attended the event, of course.
As usual, watched new/rising crashes, caring that bugs are filed where needed, and made sure my custom reports keep working well.
- Web Apps:
Did some style improvements in both apps for really small screens, like the otoro one. Also tested the apps on Firefox OS, and was surprised how smoothly Lantea Maps works there already.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
Trying to figure out how to get builds onto the otoro, mobilizing Mozilla at MozCamp Warsaw, etc.
This was a week where most things I did outside of my routine were either preparation for MozCamp or of course attending it. Once again, this was a great event, energizing and mobilizing while at the same time quite straining due to short nights and the need of a lot of concentration in meetings. I demoed Firefox OS to a number of people, had a few conversations about its (upcoming) crash reporting story, stability work in general, as well as L10n and a few other topics I'm interested in. Of course, I also hosted a session on stability together with Benjamin Smedberg, and I think that was a good overview on what's being done there, which issues we're facing and where we need help. All in all, a lot for me has been circling around Firefox OS for sure, as I really want to help making that system a great success. And I hope there's a lot of other people willing to help there!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on September 12th, 2012 22:20 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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