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Weekly Status Report, W16/2009
- Release Management:
Continuing uploads of contributed builds for SeaMonkey 1.1.16.
- Download Manager:
Based on the new patch Callek did put up for the backend switch, I did a new version of new UI patch as well as the tests, both have the needed reviews now and only need addressing of some final nits to be actually ready for landing once the backend patch is ready for that as well.
The progress dialogs have a first patch up and a first review pass that showed a number of additional things to work on.
Additionally, I posted a patch for making toolkit tests pass with our UI patches, it was found to not be technically wrong but not as beautiful as expected, let's see if either Shawn as maintainer on the toolkit side or I have better ideas.
- SeaMonkey Buildbots:
A patch for getting a comm-central unit test class in a common place was created and reviewed this week, at the time I'm writing this it even has landed!
- Linuxwochen Wien:
I spent a good amount of time both preparing my talk and hanging around with local FLOSS people at Linuxwochen Wien.
Along with that, I converted the core of my Mandelbrot app to a web demo and started talks for a MozCamp (or OpenWebCamp?) in Vienna in October, see my related blog post for details on all of those.
- Various Discussions:
GSoC project decisions, fixing the workaround for the (in)famous EM RDF leak, EV cert UI, "upvar2" landing, Mozilla group/list spam, mail account autoconfig work, static builds for nightlies and releases, new SeaMonkey buildbots coming "soon"?, etc.
At Linuxwochen, I once again realized I'm way too litte networked with FLOSS people locally in Austria, but I think this time I'll really start "open source beering" around and join some regular meetups of the FSFE people, OpenStreetMap contributors or Open Source Experts interest group of the local chamber of commerce. I think the Mozilla community, SeaMonkey and I can all benefit from commucation with those groups as well as them and the open Internet can benefit the other way round. And organizing MozCamp Wien should probably help there as well.
I'd advise you to do the same: connect with your local communities and spread the word to strengthen the open Internet!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on April 21st, 2009 23:37 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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