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Weekly Status Report, W12/2008
- Preference Panels Work:
The patch for prefs regarding website icons for bookmarks is still waiting for reviews.
The help changes for my pref panel changes still need a bit more work, apparently.
- SeaMonkey 1.1.9 Release:
I continued the release process of the upcoming 1.1.9 release, all preparations should be done to release the current 1.1.9 candidates as final on Tuesday, but please continue testing so we can make sure it's a good one!
- Small Things:
Checked in a fix to the build issue due to suboptimal gcc version check we had after a recent build optimization patch.
And I fixed the problem that disabled buttons disappeared from SeaMonkey help viewer on Linux with a CSS one-liner.
- German L10n:
Prepared files for German 1.1.9 release.
- Various Discussions:
California traveling, help viewer for in-product help and FF changes, GTK "dropmarker" arrows, 1.9 and Thunderbird/MailNews planning, Mozilla network problems, etc.
The SeaMonkey project has inherited not only a huge codebase, but also a huge bug database, and the small team of developers is overwhelmed with digging through the large amount of entries to find what bugs are important or even valid for current (trunk) development work.
So I started an effort to triage old unconfirmed bugs as a first step to reduce the amount of possibly invalid information and making it more visible what's still valid.
I encourage everyone to help there, all you need to help is a current SeaMonkey build (preferably a trunk nightly) and a Bugzilla account, so practically everybody can help us!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on March 23rd, 2008 20:30 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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