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Weekly Status Report, W06/2008
- Preferences work:
I filed a bug for and implemented a patch for sanitize (clear private data) in SeaMonkey, which took quite some time but was my first work with the new preferences panel (more to come). I've long disliked the emptiness of the main "Privacy & Security" panel in SeaMonkey's preferences, finally found something that really fits there and created a patch for it.
To everyone who wants to help SeaMonkey: The preference migration has some low-hanging fruit, but it's easy to run into things that aren't that easy to figure out, unfortunately.
- Places support:
I could check in the removal of browser dependencies in toolkit places last week.
- Release work - SeaMonkey 1.1.8:
I did lots of work on the SeaMonkey 1.1.8 release, which is our newest stable version, featuring numerous security and stability fixes.
- German L10n:
We kept up toolkit ready for FF3b3, also kept SeaMonkey trunk green.
- Various Discussions:
new prefwindow, test boxen for SeaMonkey, bugs for help updates, KDE (non-)integration, etc.
I've been quite busy in the last days with working on even more preference panel stuff (and running into multiple problems with core along that), that's why this update is that late. Sorry, but I'll try to make that up with goodies in SeaMonkey trunk preferences!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on February 15th, 2008 01:05 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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