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Weekly Status Report, W26/2011
- Mozilla work / crash-stats:
Continued calculations of more real crash rates for the 5.0 release.
Discussions and planning of how to get better graphs and reports directly in Socorro for all channels in the future.
More looks at 5.0 data to find if anything bad comes up - so far we look quite good.
Had a meeting with JS team members to discuss how we can instrument and attack GC crashes.
Continued looks at Flash hang report rates by Flash version, more investigation will come when I have time.
Followed discussions on a fix for a high-ranking MethodJIT crash often seen with the new Yahoo! Mail.
Followed the Socorro 2.0 release.
Continued discussions on that large GC fix that impacts memory usage and possibly OOM crashes, but it will not be rushed into the next release, making the normal process, probably.
As always, looked into "explosive"/rising crashes with my experimental stats.
- SeaMonkey Build & Release:
Helped Callek some more to get 2.2 Betas moving forward and final coming near.
Tried to get Linux64 updates going, looks like the manual tries worked, the automated ones possibly not.
- SeaMonkey L10n:
More work on L10n sign-offs for SeaMonkey 2.2 Beta, the amount of locales in 2.2 seem to get to match 2.1 almost or even completely.
- German L10n:
Cared to get all the 2.2 Betas up on the German website, and the Release Notes updated.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
"Firefox in the enterprise" discussions, testing Linux 3.0 Mozilla build fix, MeeGo N900 CE, N9/Harmattan/MeeGo and Firefox mobile, securing Mozilla sponsorship for SotM-EU, etc.
The upcoming week, we're uplifting the source once again and finally are completely in the new release schedule - from now on, every six weeks there will be an update part of the continuing security and feature support series of Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey. I was even quoted on an LWN.net weekly security page for putting the new process that way.
As mentioned, SeaMonkey is following that as well, albeit with different version numbers, the 2.2 version that is on the same level with Firefox 5 and Thunderbird 5 is coming in the next days, 2.3 and the following versions should be even more in sync with the respective releases of our cousins, or brothers, or whatever y'all wanna call 'em.
And right before 2.2 went into its final stages, I even managed to write up my personal thoughts on SeaMonkey 2.1 in a blog post. It was - and is - an interesting and, if I may say so, awesome ride I had and still have with Mozilla in general, SeaMonkey, and Firefox!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on July 4th, 2011 22:32 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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