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Weekly Status Report, W27/2012
- CSI:Mozilla / CrashKill:
I visually reviewed a few Socorro UI changes for rapid betas.
Followed the missing links to make WebRT support in Socorro complete.
Noticed some versions missing on Socorro and filed a bug for that.
Also filed a bug on adjusting FTP scraping for build changes.
Followed up on some Stability Work Week discussions.
Did some more triage of old crash bugs, e.g. there's no open crash bugs left in "Graveyard" products now.
Continued discussions of Flash 11.3 instabilities with protected mode.
Just like every week, watched new/rising crashes, caring that bugs are filed where needed.
Helped out a bit with some beta release problems and figuring out how a recent change in buildbot tooling has caused those.
Reviewed a Data Manager improvement.
- German L10n:
Updated core and SeaMonkey L10n to recent trunk changes.
Uploaded new 2.10 versions of EarlyBlue and LCARStrek, which meanwhile also have reviews on AMO.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
SeaMonkey infrastructure, Thunderbird management changes, B2G and Gecko/low-level-OS L10n, key pinning, etc.
A lot of things are moving at Mozilla. While the rewritten Firefox for Android has been released now and is getting awesome reviews (most people are calling it the "best browser for Android" phones now - note that the tablet version is only going to release in a few weeks), we are working hard to push the next big product to become market-ready. The phone operating system code-named "Boot to Gecko" (B2G) is now being branded as "Firefox OS" and won a number of additional supporters. Until actual devices can be shipped around the turn of the year, a lot of work on the OS and the ecosystem of web apps still needs to be done and we are fully behind that (while at the same time continuing to improve desktop and Android Firefox, of course). Interesting times are upon us!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on July 10th, 2012 19:49 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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