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Weekly Status Report, W24/2007
- Bugzilla reorganization:
Tripping over this once again, I opened a thread about organization of Bugzilla components in m.d.planning, telling my problems and some possible solutions.
This ended up with Gerv starting on a bmo reorg plan with looking for input from more developers on the newsgroup and posting a first reorganization plan. I hope we'll come to a good plan there and will get it really done as well afterwards.
- SeaMonkey releases:
Uploaded a few more contributed localized builds for 1.1.2/1.0.9
- xpfe cleanup:
This is progressing, I cleaned up
xpfe/bootstrap as much as currently possible this week, more is to be done in other directories, but a few are apparently suffering from forkitis (the abandoned xpfe versions probably contain fixes that never made it into toolkit but still should). We should try to fix that as well.
- Killing wallet:
Some talk with Neil about that, he's getting near to solving the remaining problems, I'll post an updated patch for the switch itself soon.
- places history:
Removing toolkit mork history won't happen before Gecko 1.9a6, but the CVS copy I requested should make fixing that easier as well as our var-based build time switch solution for places history. Still need someone to look at the UI then.
- Mac nightlies:
Investigated missing copies of Mac nightlies is latest-trunk/ a bit more and saw it fixed by a mostly unrelated fix.
- Even more cleanup:
Filed a bug for removing suite autoscroll now that our solution has been ported to toolkit, proposed removing moz_pis_startstop_scripts from unix startup scripts after I killed that now unused feature from xpfe/bootstrap.
- Various discussions:
Suiterunner theme regressions, untrusted X connections, autocomplete theming, Mercurial repository, Apple download pages, Mozilla Credits, profile location, Firefox 3 UI, P3P UI removal, and others
And, just as it was in discussion a lot this week when ISS lost attitude control due to a computer failure for a few days, I hope I've got my attitude pretty well under control. Thank god I don't need to go through pre-breathe protocols, depressurization, pure oxygen breathing or complicated suits just to go outside this living environment - though sometimes it seems I may be leaving this well-known place not too much more often than those astronauts are stepping outside theirs
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on June 18th, 2007 02:43 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments
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