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Weekly Status Report, W06/2009
- Build System:
My patch for faster builds got approval and is now in 1.9.1 as well, I hope depend builds are really faster again now.
- Website Work:
I did some work to finally get the download pages on www.mozilla.org redirect to the project list. This has been a long-going story and it's nice to see it finally resolved.
Most of the time time week was occupied with work for FOSDEM, be it creating the slides for my talk, or the traveling to Brussels and actually attending the conference there - including its usual overloaded network.
- SeaMonkey L10n:
Argentinian Spanish could be added as the 23rd language to SeaMonkey trunk.
- Various Discussions:
Tabmail, session (re)store, feed preview, release schedules, FOSDEM, SeaMonkey vision, toolbar customization, Vista theming, etc.
The FOSDEM weekend went well despite the cold I caught right before traveling there, my talk wasn't too well-attended but probably that had to do with the fact that it was at 9am after a Mozilla dinner the night before. There weren't many reactions to the new SeaMonkey vision, which I count as a sign that it's basically what most people expect of us. I got to know a number of new people, met again with a number of folks I've met a few times already, had some fun and some very interesting talks about Mozilla, SeaMonkey and a few other things. I hope the results of those talks will be visible in some way, and I'm looking forward to the next FOSDEM!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on February 10th, 2009 21:49 | Tags: FOSDEM, L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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