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Weekly Status Report, W02/2011
- Build Infrastructure:
I finally landed two patches for the general Mozilla buildbot system which had been running locally on the SeaMonkey infrastructure, so that I could update that one to plain trunk of the buildbotcustom repo, which in turn applied a fix to a smaller glitch we saw.
- Data Manager:
The patch to improve workflow when showing only one data type got reviews and could land on SeaMonkey trunk.
- Places, Zoom:
I updated the patch for making the fast bookmark button async so it could get reviewed.
Also, I ported a small patch on contentprefs caching for zoom and got reviews on that as well.
On the weekend, I put a good amount of work into updating my Mandelbrot add-on to work better in Firefox 4 Mobile and switched it to in-content UI and using a panel instead of its own window for image settings. A new add-on release should be up for review on AMO soon, but I first need to test in older versions of Firefox and SeaMonkey.
My EarlyBlue and LCARStrek themes received a few more updates again as well due to glitches and tester feedback.
- German Localization:
Another update for suite and DOMi localizations went in, but for the former, there seems to be some more work open again.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
Ongoing graphics driver instabilities, Fennec testing on the N900, thoughts on my next experimental projects, making the future move forward for myself and SeaMonkey, FOSDEM, omnijar reviews, OSM/SotM-EU, Firefox Betas, etc.
As I found it problematic to have all kinds of ideas floating around in my head or sometimes on loose sheets of paper, I finally decided to get my own wiki going to keep all kinds of ideas, concepts, and other notes in a consistent place. And there are already some there that would seek implementations and might make up nice projects for someone to pick up (I definitely have too many ideas to implement them all, but it would be nice to play some part of the projects on a concept level).
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on January 18th, 2011 15:08 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 2 comments | TrackBack
from Brussels, Belgium
I notice you have not only set up your own wiki but also your own Bugzilla. (Maybe it already existed but I wasn't aware of it.) Nice idea (both of them). (And BTW I've created and shared a couple of searches which I think I may reuse — check your "Saved Seaches" preferences.) However, why no "QA contact"? I mean, not in the original Netscape sense of saying who's in charge of following this bug for QA purposes, but in the contemporary Mozilla sense of a "dummy email address" so I could add, let's say, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to my "watches" in order to get notified of the bugs in "what concerns me most"?