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Weekly Status Report, W53/2009
- Build Machines:
While cleaning up some part of my email structure for the switch to the new year, I finally filed a few bugs on things I've had on my mind for some time now:
Not shipping dictionaries with langpacks was the outcome of a license debate after the 2.0 release, I also did a patch for that but didn't come around to checking it in yet due to being on and off all the time currently.
Once we know we won't ship releases from a point before the switch of ChatZilla to hg any more, we can also switch releases for that, but 2.0.2 has been short-cycled based on the pre-switch 2.0.1 release.
Some localizers pointed to L10n builds not being generated daily, I need to figure this out soon, possibly together with L10n nightly updates.
Since the recent Parallels upgrade, one of our Mac VMs has been running in the original 2-CPU configuration again and didn't show problems, so we can switch back the remaining ones as well. If that turns out fine, the Parallels experiment might still find a positive outcome.
That could very much influence getting machines for a third SeaMonkey tree next to trunk and 1.9.1, as Parallels might be a viable option again now.
And I requested signing infrastructure though I'm not yet completely sure what exactly we need there.
- German L10n:
Just in time for the 10-year anniversary of German Mozilla releases, I dug out the first packages I created for M12 and M13 as well as the (English-only) announcements and put them up on the German SeaMonkey website so other people might indulge in nostalgia as well.
- Various Discussions:
Windows 2.0.1 freeze when entering addresses (related to OE contacts), profile manager UI, external linkage for mailnews, Callek coming back to the intarwebs, etc.
This was another week in which I kept a low profile on work, spending some time with friends and doing some maintenance on my data - all of which are things I hope help turn out things well in this just-started year, which will host a nice anniversary for the SeaMonkey project - we're turning five years old!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on January 7th, 2010 14:54 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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