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Weekly Status Report, W02/2008
- Tinderbox and Extensions:
Philipp Kewisch came to work on the same subject as I had some time ago, being improvements to handling extension updates in tinderbox and removing the specific hacks we had in place for Lightning and XForms.
Well, he actually looked into Lightning, I had looked into running a tinderbox for venkman, maybe even ChatZilla. His first step landed with slight modifications, I'll doing a second step in my "old" bug.
- Automated Update Service:
I filed a patch to get us complete updates for Mac L10n builds. We'll try to make progress on the actual SeaMonkey AUS work this upcoming week.
As we support using PNGs for GTK window icons now, I worked on converting SeaMonkey Linux builds to doing just that.
- Extension Interfaces:
When discussion on IRC once again came to that topic, I proposed something like this should also be created for SeaMonkey, with which Joey agreed, and thinking about it a bit more, I proposed it could be named "SeaMonkey Interface Library for Extensions" or SMILE and filed a bug for that. Our team currently doesn't have much time to work on such a library but tracking this is a good idea, I think - and we'd appreciate help on that topic.
- Source L10n:
The CVS-based venkman language pack patch is waiting on cvs copies, I should have poked the right people so we can get those done.
I also could add Belarusian to the languages we support on SeaMonkey trunk and Swedish to the supported ChatZilla locales.
- German L10n:
I kept German SeaMonkey trunk green with the usual amount of small updates to SeaMonkey and Core L10n files.
- Various Discussions:
Preferences window migration, Vista support, SeaMonkey Trunk Tracker on Planet Mozilla, Sidebar lists, www.mozilla.org website, language switching in EM, etc.
Development on SeaMonkey 2 has been picked up well again this year, and most of the Alpha blockers are seeing some progress. I may start providing irregular updates on status of our work towards a first SeaMonkey 2 Alpha release in the next weeks.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on January 14th, 2008 22:08 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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