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Weekly Status Report, W20/2008
- Automated Testing:
The automated testing machines are green on Linux and Windows and reporting to the main SeaMonkey waterfall page. It's now required to not break them for checking in SeaMonkey patches.
A Mac buildbot slave is in the works.
- Preference Migration:
Still waiting for reviews for the advanced pref panel.
When I realized that unfortunately people need about:config every now and then and Thunderbird has an option to call it but we don't, I realized we could add a button for it to the advanced panel and filed a bug for this.
- Linuxwochen Wien:
As mentioned in my previous blog post, I spent some time at the local free and open source software event called "Linuxwochen", promoting Mozilla and SeaMonkey at least in the local community - and I hope to spread the word and get connected with this community further in the future.
- Various Discussions:
AMO integration in SeaMonkey (it has landed!), session (re)store, Thunderbird/mailnews development, next bug triage targets, 1.9.0 vs. 19.1. for next Thunderbird and SeaMonkey releases, hg move, etc.
Sorry for the really long delay of this status update, the last week or so has been a bit of a crazy time for me privately, but I hope to come around to more actual work again. Stay tuned!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on May 23rd, 2008 02:58 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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