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Weekly Status Report, W40/2009
Another week of intense release driving - we had the string freeze for the whole 2.0 series this week, and the code freeze just after it. Things are looking good for the release, RC1 should come later this or early next week, depending on the speed of the build machines and our QA. We now have 130 fixed-seamonkey2.0 bugs, a lot of work has happened here!
- Default Theme Icons:
The task icons for the new default theme could land this week.
- Build machines:
On the weekend, I filed a bug on tinderbox reporting being brokwn which was fixed fast by Mozilla IT - thanks justdave!
Also, I talked to Seth from the community giving program and he told we they are committed to give us the machines we were promised to get, so the ball in in IT's court now, I'll get into contact with them.
- EU MozCamp Prague:
I had tons of interesting talk with people from all over the Mozilla community at EU MozCamp 2009 in Prague - from core SeaMonkey contributors via Moco folks and localizers to Thunderbird, Lightning and KompoZer people - and writing down everything here would be too much. Though it's clear that even I love this community!
One topic is something i should probably highlight somewhat: The KompoZer folks and us from SeaMonkey agreed to cooperate much more in the future, we talked about how to work together to improve both SeaMonkey 2.1 and KompoZer 0.9 by sharing code and making KompoZer join comm-central for those Mozilla-1.9.3-based release and beyond.
- SeaMonkey L10n:
I fixed a small typo in an en-US file so that it doesn't creep into locales as well.
Also, after the string freeze, I started the opt-in thread for 2.0 RC1 and final.
- German L10n:
I synched up de SeaMonkey with the current trunk on the day before string freeze, so that only one change was left for opting in for RC1 later on.
- Various Discussions:
Lightning support, gloda, comm-central branching, 18.104.22.168 changes, www.mozilla.org planning, etc.
Sorry this update is late once again, but I was somewhat busy getting all the L10n opt-ins etc. ready for starting 2.0 RC1 builds, which should be in progress now, hopefully we can push them public quite soon after some preliminary testing, so we get broader testing on the builds before we do a final release.
So, once we have those builds, please help testing!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on October 8th, 2009 01:57 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 3 comments | TrackBack
When I download a exe file with Seamonkey on Windows XP, I don`t want save a binary file, I want save a exe file.