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Weekly Status Report, W08/2009
- Release Management:
I started the SeaMonkey 2 Alpha 3 release process with tagging and building a first candidate, it looks like we need a second build though.
Triaging approval requests for things to land and then tagging and building the release builds themselves as well as caring of the version updates needed elsewhere took a lot of my work time this week, actually.
As the call for papers for Linuxwochen in Vienna ended this week, I spent some time on summarizing what I'm planning to talk about there ("The Open Internet And Mozilla").
Additionally, I spent some time preparing for the Lift09 conference I'm attending as one of Mozilla's representatives there.
Oh, and I've been asked if I want to attend the MAOW in Berlin in March and maybe give a talk there. If so, would something like "Porting Add-Ons to SeaMonkey 2" sound interesting?
- SeaMonkey L10n:
I processed experimental language packs for SeaMonkey 2.0 Alpha 3, looks like we can ship 13 of those this time.
- German L10n:
German SeaMonkey was kept up with trunk, so that Alpha 3 can also have a well-working experimental langpack.
- Various Discussions:
Tabmail, (un)forking of mailnews files, HTML5, etc.
This status update is not as long as usual, both due to the a3 release having taken up quite some time and due to me having an early flight to Geneva for being on Lift09 most of this week, and I actually need to get up in less than 4 hours, which is all of possible sleep I can get this night. I hope I'll come back from this conference with lots of ideas and inspiration on the future and Mozilla's as well as SeaMonkey's roles in it!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on February 24th, 2009 00:13 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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