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Weekly Status Report, W46/2007
- SeaMonkey Releases:
I uploaded even more SeaMonkey 1.1.6 contributed builds.
- SeaMonkey Website:
The new SeaMonkey Website has been improved in some small cases, and some errors of the switch have been ironed out throughout the week. It looks like everything works well, but we surely will continue to improve this website over the next weeks and months.
- SeaMonkey Project Structure:
Some more internal discussions in our core team around the SeaMonkey Council, hope to have decisions about this soon.
- Source L10n:
Finally, source L10n for SeaMonkey is available now, and we added 2 languages last week and 3 more early this week, so that as of my writing, we have 6 localizations in addition to en-US generating build on trunk, including nightlies. Note that password manager, download manager and Windows integration are known to be broken on the localized builds, those will only work once we have new implementations for them and the respective dependencies of bug 286110 are solved.
The process for CVS-based ChatZilla langpacks is clearing up, some discussions are still left open though, I hope to get more input this week.
- German L10n:
Some more work to keep up with trunk, also corrected a few errors reported with German trunk SeaMonkey builds.
- Various Discussions:
Send-mail crash, cert override UI, feed discovery and support, browser notifications, login manager, storage templates (went in finally!), dictionary licensing, auto-update system, etc.
If you can do neither, read my recent Progress and help-wanted on SeaMonkey 2 post to get an impression of where we are going right at this moment. We are moving on, but we need some time to get this stable enough for regular use. Grant us that time and be rewarded with the best Internet suite ever produced.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on November 20th, 2007 03:42 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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