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Weekly Status Report, W31/2011

Here's a short summary of SeaMonkey/Mozilla-related work I've done in week 31/2011 (August 1 - 7, 2011):

The next round of releases is coming up and I think we're in pretty reasonable shape for them - the new release process is starting to sink in everywhere and that should make it a positive experience for everyone, as delivering more deep-going fixed as well as new features is easier for everyone, and the 12 weeks of stability testing without major changes that every release gets should vastly improve the chances of shipping a rock-solid product on the release channel from day one. While our team was not completely happy with the level of crashes in Firefox 4 and pushed for a 4.0.1 to fix them, we have better chances to spot such things and get them fixed in the beta phase already and that pays off.
I like what I'm seeing at Mozilla nowadays, but we still need to become better on communication and working together with the broader community - still, even that is being worked on. :)

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on August 9th, 2011 13:43 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 2 comments | TrackBack

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Thiago

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Win 64
Kairo, FF will do an official win 64 build (flash 11 beta 2 is working very well).
Seamonkey will do too ?
2011-08-13 01:56

KaiRo

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SeaMonkey does not even have a single Win64 build machine right now, so will not be able to do any Win64 builds. Still, this is not my area of concern any more, you really need to ask Callek about such things nowadays.
2011-08-16 03:21

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