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Weekly Status Report, W29/2012
- CSI:Mozilla / CrashKill:
Followed more progress on B2G crash reporting and added a bug for adding B2G to Socorro once we have sending of reports working.
More discussions of Flash 11.3 instabilities with "Protected Mode", including efforts on Mozilla's and Adobe's sides to improve on that.
Watched the deployment of the newest Socorro update, testing the changes to featured versions and alarming the team when regular jobs didn't run when they're supposed to, after which they reverted parts of the update.
Helped Benjamin to get a crash-analysis account up.
Just like every week, watched new/rising crashes, caring that bugs are filed where needed.
Reviewed L10n parts of a patch for set as desktop background.
Helped the 2.12b1 release with a few reviews.
Tried to port a few recent updates to the Data Manager add-on but running browser-chrome tests on add-ons is quite difficult with today's settings to disable application directory add-ons by default.
- German L10n:
Updated Florian's feed on the German Mozilla Planet.
Reviewed a patch for Thunderbird 15 L10n.
Did an emergency patch for SeaMonkey 2.12 to back out chatzilla and venkman changes that didn't land in releases yet.
Updated core and suite localizations to trunk changes.
Synchronized German l10n-central and l10n/mozilla-aurora at the stage of the Mozilla 16 uplift.
Performed the license conversion to MPL2 on trunk and aurora.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
Localizing B2G, B2G desktop builds and testing, first parts of WebRTC landing, etc.
A lot of exciting things are going on these days, for example our first Firefox Beta for Android with both the fast new user interface and tablet support - or Nightly builds being available for ARMv6 phones. If you can help test any of those, that would be very welcome!
Also, B2G (Firefox OS) should be (mostly) feature complete now - unfortunately I can't test as I have no phone running that system. I still hope I'll be able to get one some time, so that I can do testing on the crash reporting functionality.
Ah, and BrowserID is now rebranded and a part of Mozilla Persona! I've already switched integration in my websites to point directly to the new brand.
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on July 23rd, 2012 21:48 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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