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Weekly Status Report, W06/2011
- Build Infrastructure:
Worked more with Callek on release system issues, reviewed the fix for the largest build 1 issue, and did some very in-deep update testing with 2.1 Beta 2 build 2 after we saw some strange results in update verification. This resulted in a bug for cleaning up better in future builds as well as on the large error with partial updates we have this time - which will end up in only shipping complete updates for this Beta.
I also added the new versions for current 2.1 builds in Socorro (crash-stats).
In addition, I did some testing on the new graphs server, which led to a couple of bug reports and fixes there.
- Data Manager:
The work on adding a web storage panel could progress as far as having view and removal for all types of storage where I think I can support those for now. What's still missing is dynamic updates of the view and "forget" support.
When I stumbled over some support for cleaning Plugin storage (e.g. "Flash cookies") being added to NPAPI, I filed a bug on getting support for it into Data Manager as well.
I did most of the routine work to make both my LCARStrek and EarlyBlue themes be up to date with 2.1 Beta 2, but some bug fixes still remain to be done.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
Working around nouveau instabilities by turning acceleration off, more Fennec testing on the N900, fighting wiki spam, almost making the next step in my future official, Firefox 4 endgame, etc.
I sent some time this week recuperating from FOSDEM and getting back in sync with reality. Also, starting Friday, I followed the discussions around the "NoWin deal" following blog posts from me on "Hands off Nokia" (in German) and callings for device vendors to jump onto the MeeGo train right now as a reaction from that (next to amusing myself watching Nokia stock fall to the floor). In between, I did help a lot with Callek getting 2.1 Beta 2 on the road, and we should be very near to its release now - with a load of improvements over 2.1 Beta 1, and all the web-facing beauty that also lies within Firefox 4 Beta 11.
These are surely interesting times!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on February 14th, 2011 20:22 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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