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Weekly Status Report, W52/2007
- SeaMonkey Project Organization:
Didn't come around to write an announcement text for the Council reorganization or SeaMonkey 2 Alpha criteria blog post, both are high on the TODO list for next week/year.
The missing SeaMonkey Mac OS X tinderbox has been re-setup with a new system and reinstalled and works fine again now.
- Source L10n:
On December 24th, the day where we actually have our Christmas celebration in the evening, I could add four language to ChatZilla localization (Czech, French, Russian and Slovak).
The defines.inc files there showed up a bug in the "python preprocessor", which should be fixed soon.
- German L10n:
Fixed a small error I introduced in error pages, but there wasn't much else to do this week.
- Various Discussions:
Sidebar lists, death of Netscape, etc.
This, of course, is the last of my reports for this year, but as with the code set free almost 10 years ago by the now-dead Netscape, the saga continues for SeaMonkey as well. In 2008, we hope to see our toolkit-based 2.0 release coming into shape and aim to go stronger than ever before.
I wish you all out there a happy and successful year of 2008!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on December 31st, 2007 19:18 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments
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