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Weekly Status Report, W41/2007
- Branding Cleanup:
The task of removing Navigator branding from the UI is now done after I got review for the help part and checked that in.
- SeaMonkey 1.1.5 Release:
We're planning another regular security update to the SeaMonkey 1.1 series with 1.1.5, which is planned to be released at October 18 in parallel with Firefox 18.104.22.168. Candidate builds are up on the FTP server, if QA doesn't turn up anything out of the ordinary, those builds are identical to what we will release. Please help us testing the builds!
- Source L10n:
As we don't have special machines available for that, I tried to set up our main SeaMonkey tinderboxen for getting localized nightlies through repackaging.
This worked nicely for Windows and Linux, but the Mac box was broken due to our repackaging Makefile scripts not being able to run correctly in a universal build configuration yet.
- German L10n:
Another set of Core L10n updates went in, as well as some suite L10n changes German testers found in the first de-nightlies generated by above-mentioned changes. One such problem could be tracked down to be a Core issue, I'm waiting for reviews on its solution. I also could update German READMEs, thanks to Michael for his continued work on those as well as our help documents! Additionally, I made German being included in DOM Inspector builds again after correctly syncing that part of our L10n with the original files again.
We're keeping German trunk in pretty good shape, even though Filing bugs and getting reviews on every change takes some time, the improvements made due to reviews are usually worth the time spent on them.
- Various Discussions:
Auto-update system, prefwindow rework, login manager, mailnews development, etc.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on October 18th, 2007 00:24 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 1 comment | TrackBack
Martin 'MMx' Creutziger
well, post some more pics of your SeaMonkeys then!