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Weekly Status Report, W04/2008
- Automated Update Service:
We tested SeaMonkey AUS support and it looks to be at a state where it works well enough that we can use it to update users from a first alpha to a later (alpha/beta/final) build, so the part that blocked alpha is fixed. Further improvements might be nice, but not strictly required at this point.
- Lightning supprt:
With my recent changes for making Lightning work with SeaMonkey, it seems to get somewhat usable. Further bugs about things that don't work should be filed in Bugzilla's "Lightning: SeaMonkey Integration" component.
BTW, we know that missing toolbar customization in MailNews is the cause of a few of the problems we still have with this integration, but that's not too easy to fix right now - let's see first how well that moves forward for the browser component.
- German L10n:
Nothing more here than the usual set of updates for trunk.
- www.m.o website:
I took part in a www.mozilla.org planning meeting, where we discussed how to make the main Mozilla project website fit for the future - or at least match reality again. The target is making it a community portal as well as the place for official Mozilla project content. See the linked post for more discussion.
- Various Discussions:
Freezes, kill-mork and kill-rdf in MailNews, FOSDEM, etc.
I'm spending lots of time in IRC discussions these days, about ongoing MailNews backend work and different core and SeaMonkey development topics, most of which doesn't result in very "productive" things to list here, though.
And one more thing: We'll be trying to get up candidates for a SeaMonkey 1.1.8 release this week and hope it will be tested well - due to publication of an exploit for a security flaw already fixed for this release, we'll be in a tight schedule to release this one.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on January 30th, 2008 17:00 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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