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Weekly Status Report, W22/2010
Listened to the Firefox release discussions to determine when we can ship 2.0.5 in sync with their builds.
- Data Manager:
There is now a bug report for inclusion of Data Manager into SeaMonkey to unify cookie, permission, password, and form data management and probably obsoleting all the separate managers we have for most of that right now. Meanwhile, I could develop the add-on a bit further, completing the ability to delete all displayed data by adding that functionality for content preferences as well. Also, cookie sorting and some command keys are implemented in the new version 0.4 that is available on AMO.
The first few review comments on places bookmarks are there now, I need to look into them, probably with help from the places team. Feedback from testing of the try builds is positive, but more of that testing would probably be helpful.
- SeaMonkey L10n:
The first patch to making "site" vs. "web site" vs. "website" usage consistent has landed on the tree!
- Various Discussions:
Blog post on not being invited to Whistler, WebM and open video, "I believe" idea, buildbot 0.8, commit access policy, missing MDC docs, Lightning prefwindow, add-on manager library, etc.
This week, a few events in the strange world of what they call "real life" has sent me to some interesting adventures and fun but reduced the amount of work I could do next to that. Still, I could drive Data Manager another step - on the path to 1.0 the missing items left are some context menus on the lists, the "forget all data from this domain" function as well as dynamic updates of shown lists and tabs when the data changes from any indirect manipulation.
Sorting of some of the smaller lists and other functionality extensions can go into post-1.0 work (1.0 is when I'd like to get the add-ons public and start integration into SeaMonkey proper). What I'm still not completely sure about is that tabs-inside-tabs interface, I'd hope some good idea will come around there still.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on June 7th, 2010 18:32 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 4 comments | TrackBack