Here's a summary of SeaMonkey/Mozilla-related work I've done in week 10/2008 (March 3 - 9, 2008):
- Preference Panels Work:
My application panel patch got final reviews and could be checked in, Modern is fixed as well, the default theme still needs some fixup (difficult due to platform differences), and help needs to be updated.
In the appearance prefs area, I could land the new "Content" subpanel, the main panel has a new patch, but review is still pending on that. I also started to work on getting help updated for those changes.
Meanwhile, I started to look into advanced preferences.
- German L10n:
Kept up with application prefs and other checkins, as well as core changes during the pre-FF3b5 checkin rush.
- Various Discussions:
California traveling, password/login manager, "Save Link As...", feed support, lots and lots 1.9 management - and even moz2, Thunderbird/MailNews conference scheduling, Thunderbird 3 planning, etc.
Thanks for all replies I got about my recent post
, I'm picking those pieces of advice that seem to fit me best and try to survive the next ~25 days until this trip with a good time of being somewhere else and doing something else comes up and should help a lot, I hope.
That said, Google is doing another Summer of Code
this year, and Mozilla is once again applying as a mentoring organization. There's a good chance that some SeaMonkey project will again have a chance to be taken into that program, please add brainstorming ideas for projects
on the wiki or even better think of applying as a student doing such a project yourself!