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Weekly Status Report, W28/2011
- Mozilla work / crash-stats:
More calculations of crash rates for distinct betas, first 6.0 beta included.
Followed up on discussions with the Socorro team on getting graphs and topcrash reports updated for the new release process.
As always, looked into "explosive"/rising crashes with my experimental stats.
- Data Manager:
Discussions of missing data when unknown URL syntax is encountered. We still need to find out what actually happens here, but there are some mitigations we can try, and IPv6 URLs seem to trigger this as well right now - might even be a bug in nsIURLParser.
- Page Zoom:
Discussed and somewhat-reviewed rsx11m's great work on more flexible page zoom levels. Nice to see other people now fixing those corners where I had to take shortcuts in heavy-lifting porting work I did for SeaMonkey.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
SeaMonkey 2.0.14->2.2 Major Update work, mozilla.org/.com merge, about:memory improvements, "old look" and FF4+ UI customization, Mozillians tagging schema, MeeGo, etc.
A quite large amount of my time this week went into representing Mozilla at the SotM-EU conference as well as taking pictures of the conference. The led to a number of interesting discussions, including about Mozilla, Firefox and reasons for us sponsoring the event, as well finding out about cool new work like OpenWebGlobe, a 3D globe running as WebGL right in the browser.
The conference was a great success and brought a lot of people esp. in the European OpenStreetMap community closer together, 200 people from 25 countries had a lot of fun, exchanged a ton of information, and hopefully also learned on the sidelines that Mozilla is proud to support open, innovative web-based projects!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on July 19th, 2011 17:51 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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