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Weekly Status Report, W05/2011
- Build Infrastructure:
Worked with Callek on issues that came up with generating SeaMonkey 2.1 Beta 2 builds as well as some general cleanup/updates in our buildbot code.
For 2.0.x, I added the new versions in Socorro (crash-stats).
I also helped some more with investigating and fixing some omni.jar switch fallout, including a Mac menu problem I could fix with an easy patch.
- Data Manager:
My IDN search fix landed on SeaMonkey in time for 2.1b2.
I also continued the work on adding a web storage panel. There's a few management functions missing in the global management services for some web storage stuff, for which I cared that bugs are filed, but so far it looks like I can deal with that by some workarounds at least.
- German L10n:
After Sync landed, I updated German SeaMonkey once again to be in sync (yes!) with this and other current trunk changes in time for Beta 2.
- SeaMonkey L10n:
Right in time for starting the Beta 2 builds, I went through more sign-off requests, so that this next milestone can ship in 15 languages including US English - and more should be coming for the next, as I still needed to reject a few sign-offs due to things that should not be too hard to fix.
The FOSDEM conference was taking up a lot of space this week, from creating the slides (might need FF4 or SM 2.1 to view) for my talk about In-tab UI via tarveling to and from Brussels to actually participating in the beer event, the conference, including the Mozilla DevRoom, and the Mozilla dinner and evening activities (I failed to come out last in bowling but we beat the blue team in laser tag!).
The event was as great as it was in the past, and I especially enjoyed coming into contact with people from other projects (including some KDE people, one of which was a prime example of female FLOSS coders, I hope those will be less of an exception in the future) - and giving a talk that was more mainstream than what I did in the past.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
Ongoing nouveau driver instabilities, more Fennec testing on the N900, fighting wiki spam, getting SeaMonkey future moving, coming close to making the next step in my future official, Firefox 4 UI and Betas, etc.
I enjoy how things are moving quite a lot now in multiple places, be it on where SeaMonkey is going (I could finally publish the SeaMonkey Council changes, but we're working on even larger things), where I'm going personally (will blog more about that soon), or even the new betas and nearing releases of both Firefox 4 (desktop and mobile) and SeaMonkey 2.1, which both will be great products with really interesting functionality (and all of those will be able to sync data with each other seamlessly)! The more this year progresses, the more interesting it becomes!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on February 7th, 2011 22:29 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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