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Weekly Status Report, W39/2009
Once again, I spent a lot of time release driving work for 2.0, blockers are down to 5 and one request now. We are up to 113 fixed-seamonkey2.0 bugs now, quite a large number of small fixes landing to finish up this release.
- Default Theme Icons:
I uploaded a new patch for the task icon part of the new icon set for the default theme that week, meanwhile this has already landed.
- Support Mails:
I went through the accumulating support mails in my inbox subfolder once again (I only do that every few months) and replied to every mail there that hadn't got a reply from someone else. This always takes some time, but I don't want to leave such mails without any reply, even if it takes a long time to come and even if me or council are the wrong people to contact for support.
I filed a few bugs on ISPDB, the database Mozilla Messaging is building for the "autoconfig" feature of Thunderbird 3, which we probably want to use for SeaMonkey as well in the future. It enables users to just enter their email address and have most account settings configured automatically by pulling the relevant info from the server.
I mailed Daniel from the Mozilla Metrics team if I could get a few numbers of how SeaMonkey 2 is doing, and he sent me some good data culminating in my recent blog post on SeaMonkey statistics. Interesting material, thanks, Daniel!
I also received some interesting statistics on the spread of fixed bugs in the 2.0 cycle across people and components, I'll post about that when we get it updated after the code freeze.
- Various Discussions:
Lightning support, 1.1.18, gloda, comm-central branching, Thunderbird UI changes, Mozilla Camp Europe, talk about Mozilla at a FOSS event in Vienna, etc.
I gave an interview this week with Mozilla Hispano, the English version of which has been posted to Mozilla Links.
And this weekend I'll be at EU MozCamp 2009 in Prague and hope to meet a few of you there - and show off SeaMonkey 2.0 there!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on October 1st, 2009 03:03 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 7 comments | TrackBack
from Frankfurt, Germany
slide_schedule.html: 1.0 final?
BTW: I tested Seamonkey 2 beta 2 with google translator gadged (http://translate.google.com/translate_tools) and always return Error.
I did search on bugzilla with no result. So is this unknown bug?
Quote of KaiRo:
Radek, no idea, depends on if it's a problem with this Google thingy or SeaMonkey, actually.
Only reason for talking about this is that many webpages already included this thing for automatic translate and doesn't look good when Error showed when user clicked on Translate.
Thank you for your previous answer.
I have updated two themes LittleMonkey and Nautipolis for SM2.0, and they work like a charm (IMHO), but they need approval from AMO. Can help me to get these approved there, so that they are available when 2.0 comes out officially?