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Weekly Status Report, W34/2009
After I could fix at least one major problem on the Linux 1.1.x build box (something is still strange with nightlies), I started the release process for SeaMonkey 1.1.18, which has a major upgrade of NSS (and NSPR) as the only major change, which fixes a few SSL issues, including possible MITM of SSL connections. We found a regression on Windows, failing to package some new files coming up with that upgrade and rendering NSS unusable, we're fixing this right now and doing a second round of candidates with it.
A 1.1.19 in a few weeks will then catch up with other fixes ported from Firefox 3.0.13 and 3.0.14 (the NSS we ship now is exactly the same as in those versions).
I also filed a bug on 2.1a1 as well as 1.1.19 flags on Bugzilla, we now can mark things we'd like to see fixed in those future milestones.
- Build System:
Even more review for Serge's patches for porting build system changes to comm-central and and some, but not much progress in filtering out the to-be-ported changes in my new tool.
- Various Discussions:
Tabmail, Mac build boxes, AMO and SeaMonkey, QA team, www.mozilla.org planning, Mozilla Camp Europe, Mozilla Creative Collective, SUMO browser sniffing, doorhanger notification plans, Thunderbird schedules, etc.
I've been quite busy this week with a halfway-finished move in real life, but things are moving well along even with me not being around as much as usually and I'll be back for the usually amount of time every week when the move is completed.
By the way, I just did get some interesting numbers about SeaMonkey 2 usage: Over the last week, we had ~2700 people average daily users on 2.0 Beta 1, about 500 on the alphas, ~460 on 2.0b2pre builds, ~150 on 2.1a1pre, and ~160 on "pre" version from before 2.0b1 - a total of almost 4000 daily users on our current unstable versions and in August, where many people are probably still on holidays. I think those are pretty decent numbers, esp. as there is a 25% rise in total numbers compared to 4 weeks earlier.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on August 25th, 2009 21:55 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments
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