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Weekly Status Report, W49/2007
- SeaMonkey Statistics:
This week, I came around to do updated blog posts about SeaMonkey download statistics and www.seamonkey.at browser statistics. Both give interesting looks into numbers about our user base and I think it was good to share a current state of those.
- Window Icons:
The long-standing bug on window icons matching the SeaMonkey artwork has now been fixed for Windows, Linux and OS/2 on trunk. You may remember that I posted requirements for those in August and a proposed set from spinello in September. Now, I added those proposed icons, some of which have been revised due to comments since, into our codebase, including the SVGs they were created from. There's probably still room for improvements, but those icons now are surely more fitting for a modern SeaMonkey suite than the previous Netscape4/Mozilla-style ones.
- Even More Artwork:
For toolbar customization, we need alpha-transparent navigation icons in the Modern theme. I took this as a good case for training my GIMP skills and looking at the new 2.4 version of that open source graphics tool and created such a set.
For completing the in-code URL changes for the new website (posted in last week's status update), I also updated the splash screens for branch builds.
And then, I also created a proposal for a new background image to add for Mac disk image improvements.
- SeaMonkey Project Structure:
Was once again too busy to drive this forward this week, will pick it up again soon. (yes, I know, c&p from last week )
- Source L10n:
I created a patch for always checking out all files for a locale when building localized builds for it, so that optional localization can work. I hope this gets reviews so finally CVS-based ChatZilla langpacks can be done.
Additionally, I added one more language for trunk L10n (Swedish). I'm looking forward to add even more in the future.
- German L10n:
Trunk core was kept in sync with en-US, so that FF 3 Beta 2 can also be released in our language.
- Various Discussions:
Leaks, customizable toolbars, feed discovery and support, mozilla.org projects list, Firefox freezes, release tags, popup blocking notification, SeaMonkey blog, etc.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on December 11th, 2007 16:37 | Tags: artwork, L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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