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Weekly Status Report, W50/2010

Here's a summary of SeaMonkey/Mozilla-related work I've done in week 50/2010 (December 13 - 19, 2010):

I feel like I'm blogging way too rarely recently, but a few things I have in my head are not ready for making public yet, even though great things are forming. With all that thinking and trying to get those things done that I want to get done in SeaMonkey before I concentrate more on making those other ideas hit reality at some point, I just realized that Christmas is ringing the door bell though I'm not yet ready for it. Does anyone have a few packets of time (s)he could donate to me to get this all balanced a bit better? ;-)

Actually, I imagine that person being somewhat well-fed, coated in red, riding along here in a sleigh that is flying up through the air, pulled by a bunch of magic reindeer and silently dropping those packages at night... :)

To everyone celebrating this pagan event that our religion adopted to remember the birth of Christ and bring love to neighbors and family - Merry Christmas!
To all others getting some time off - Happy Holidays!
To anyone else - Have a good time while I'll take some time off to celebrate, rest and have fun myself!

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on December 20th, 2010 15:16 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 1 comment | TrackBack



Tony Mechelynck

from Brussels, Belgium

No nightlies
No nightlies: Bug 620115 linked to above is for comm-1.9.1 (SeaMonkey 2.0 Branch). However the problem also appears on trunk. I just filed bug 620606 in case comm-central needs an additional fix. (See also Linux x86-64 bug 619072 which may or may not be the same issue).

I'm confident that all these will be fixed shortly, but in the meantime they are annoying.

Note that "hourly" tinderbox-builds are still being produced (but be advised that they are without symbols: a Breakpad/Soccorro crash trace made on them will probably be useless).
2010-12-21 07:05

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