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Weekly Status Report, W19/2009

Here's a summary of SeaMonkey/Mozilla-related work I've done in week 19/2009 (May 4 - 10, 2009):

The bug for them was filed half a year ago and it took some poking of people and some time, but the great thing has happened and we now have 14 virtual machines for building SeaMonkey instead of the 6 we had up to now, and we get to have our all-virtual Macs running on Leopard instead of the physical Tiger machines that are being obsoleted with the new configuration going into production. We also have the ability of all machines for one platform being able to run any cycles, so that we don't end up with build machines being idle all the time and unit tests not getting run enough or branch machines being idle and trunk being clogged (once we have both trunk and branch running, which is the primary purpose of all this). And we even will be able to run automated release building off those machines - once I have fully configured and tested that. And we will be sharing a lot more of the custom buildbot class code with Thunderbird and even Firefox so we all can profit from each other's work.
It has been long in coming and there's still some work left to do, but this is really great and should help us immensely.

Once again, thanks to everyone involved, from Community Giving via IT to Build & Release and others who care and help!

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on May 12th, 2009 19:19 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 2 comments | TrackBack

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Eduardo Martins

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Google compatible
Orkut is very popular in Brazil, but when I enter with seamonkey google notice the browser is not compatible and this is wrong because Seamonkey is 100% compatible with orkut, so, please, talk to them to change this mensage. Thank you Kairo.

Last edited by KaiRo at 2009-05-14 13:08

2009-05-13 22:33

KaiRo

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Eduardo:
It doesn't help if a volunteer maintainer group of a browser project such as ours contacts them, it only helps if their users/customers contact them. You as a user are someone they value, we are and independent third party and as such they don't care much about our opinion.
2009-05-14 13:10

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