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Weekly Status Report, W08/2012
- CSI:Mozilla / CrashKill:
Monitored the Flash hang volumes following the hang timeout revert.
Made some improvements to my Stability Dashboard - more is to come, esp. explanation of the shown data (and probably some additional data to be as well).
Watched and tested Socorro 2.4.3 landing.
Pushed on getting some fixes (mostly skiplist stuff) into 2.4.4 that lands this Wednesday.
As usual, continued watching new/rising crashes, caring that bugs are filed where needed.
- Firefox cleanup:
Landed the last engine manager cleanup patch after it did get review.
I also landed those search bar cleanup patches that have review and pass tests, and started investigation of the a11y test failures of the fields test, surkov also jumped in to help there.
Reviewed moving mozconfigs into the tree.
Investigated a Data Manager test failure and created a possible patch for it.
Finished up and uploaded new versions of my EarlyBlue and LCARStrek themes that match current SeaMonkey 2.7.x and Firefox 10.x releases.
- German L10n:
Finally updated SeaMonkey and core for the Mozilla 12 Aurora cycle, and also synched them with what happened on Mozilla 13 trunk so far. Also included fixes for bug 669150, bug 725642, bug 723901, and bug 716945.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
Fennec XUL builds and tablet releases, ongoing UA discussions, SeaMonkey build machines, Mozilla employees and the wider community, versions again, BMO component watching and QA contacts, third-party add-on installs, the "Mozilla Persona" brand, etc.
A lot of interesting stuff is going on this week, around Mobile World Congress, but even outside of that as well. The churn includes Boot to Gecko and Open Web Device, Mozilla Marketplace, Collusion, and more, some of it still coming.
Next to that, my work on making Firefox more stable sounds small, but I'm really happy to work for Mozilla in such an exciting time!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on February 29th, 2012 17:58 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | 2 comments | TrackBack
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