- 1:00pm Pacific time (21:00 UTC until March 8, 2009)
- Mozilla HQ, 1st floor conference table
- +1 650 903 0800 x92 Conf# 8600 (US/International)
- +1 416 848 3114 x92 Conf# 8600 (Canada)
- +1 800 707 2533 (pin 369) Conf# 8600 (US Toll Free)
- sip:firstname.lastname@example.org from generic SIP clients
- http://air.mozilla.com/ to watch and listen
- join irc.mozilla.org #staffmeeting for backchannel
note: all participants are muted automatically; if you want to talk, press *1 to un-mute yourself
WeeklyUpdate Live: You can watch the weekly meetings live at Air Mozilla You can also view previous meetings from the "on-demand" button on the Air Mozilla player. Meetings will be posted for on-demand consumption shortly after the meeting conclusion.
- 1 Friends of the Tree
- 2 Development Updates
- 3 Foundation Updates
- 4 Roundtable
- 5 Other Business
- Alix writes in to nominate "Bruno Magrani, Koichi Kameda, and Ronaldo Lemos at FGV for their hard work in organizing and moderating Mozilla's first LAN House workshop in Rio, Brazil last week.
- Simon Montague nominated Serge Gautherie, Robert O'Callahan, and Vladimir Vukicevic for making reftesting faster and friendlier.
Please send FotT nominations to email@example.com. This is a great opportunity for the community to recognize those who go above and beyond, so please tell me when you see that happening. Thanks.
Branch work: Firefox 126.96.36.199 / 3.0.5 / Major Update
- Firefox 188.8.131.52 / 3.0.5 / 184.108.40.206
- Shipped Firefox 220.127.116.11 and 3.0.5 on Tuesday
- Noticed that the 18.104.22.168 release was incomplete
- Shipped 22.214.171.124 release on Thursday
- Thunderbird 126.96.36.199
- Shipped Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 to beta users on Thursday
- Aiming for final release in early January
- Firefox 3.0.6
- Code freeze is January 6
- Aiming for ship date in early February
- 39 Bugs blocking beta 3, 24 of those have patches.
- Beta 3 code freeze is Jan 13.
- For weekly engineering meeting notes and other info see the Platform page.
- Interesting queries related to Gecko 1.9.1
- 167 1.9.1 blockers.
- Handled three releases & a SUMO update:
- Funnelcake - 12/15
- Firefox 184.108.40.206/3.0.5 - 12/16
- Firefox 220.127.116.11 - 12/18
- support.mozilla.com - 12/18
- another busy week of releases:
- partner major updates
- major update (ff18.104.22.168->ff3.0.5)
- a11y turned on in production bug 424195
- consolidated pool of build-and-unittest slaves bug 465868
- Shipped Fx22.214.171.124 & Fx3.0.5 on 12/16
- Then shipped a quick Fx126.96.36.199 in < 1 1/2 days
Web Dev testing, Metrics, Accessibility, Localization, Crash Reports
- Re-released QMO2 - our community testing portal.
- We are looking for more nightly testers on mozilla-central!
- Web Dev testing- Tested bug fixes for the Community Store and Support
- Accessibility- The tests are finally running on mozilla-central and mozilla-1.9.1 production Tinderbox unit test machines. Lukas switched them on on Thursday morning, and so far, they are looking good.
- Metrics- Generated new code coverage data from the Firefox 3.2Alpha1 trunk. Modified the Lcov and geninfo tools that come with gcov to work with Mozilla builds to generated file source line level link for CodeCov report.
- Crash Reporting- Helped with some new reports that are finally starting to go live. See alpha versions of: MTBF, By Domain, By URL.
- Working on an extension with locale testing of Major Updates (MUs). See bug 452327
- Testing mobile in preparation for Alpha 2
- Test of 100,000 Topsites is running (so far around 22,000 Pages are done!)
- Investigating Mochitest failures on Fennec. See details
- Attending 25c3 Security Conference in Berlin next week
- John Lilly reflects on the competition in ComputerWorld
- Read/Write Web announces Weave as a Top 10 Web Platform of 2008
- Firefox 3 honored in “Best Browser Peoples Choice Award” in Crunch Gear
- Firefox security updates released: CNEt, CRN, Ars Technica
- Firefox 188.8.131.52 released: PCWorld, PC Mag, InternetNews
- Firefox for the Holidays on Sfx
- New video page live on mozilla.com
- Round 2 of the Firefox in your country survey open until Dec 26th. Round 1 results.
- LAN House workshop took place last week in Rio, Brazil
- With 0.8 we now have support for detecting and showing Firefox 3.1 specific information for people running that (beta) version. Going to start adding content for these users on the most common issues articles shortly.
- Thanks to Wil Clouser, we now have SUMO support in Verbatim, meaning localizers can translate the site UI using this interface, which is a lot more straightforward than the built-in SUMO UI. I'll be blogging about this tomorrow with more info on how to log in.
- We need demos - please add if you have some: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox3.1/Demos
- SUMO 0.8 shipped with some issues on Thursday, so we pushed out 0.8.0.1 on Friday to fix. New search not yet turned on as we're trying to solve an issue with the indexing [] [] for more info.
- Verbatim support for SUMO
- Community Store 2.0 released, now has galleries for contributors, search and various other bug fixes
- Most of webdev on vacation this week, or trapped in the snowpocalypse. laura, rdoherty, lars, lorchard are on deck.
- Firefox 3.1 beta 3 correspondence and schedule has been sent to all localizers
- David created a draft survey for the Powered by Mozilla program; for more information see David's blog post.
- Mark worked on the 2009 Foundation budget and related tasks.
- Eitan Isaacson completed his Foundation-funded project to create a test framework for non-interactive inspection of the accessibility APIs provided by web browsers; among other things, this allows comparison of Firefox's accessibility support with that of IE, Safari, Opera, etc. For more information see Eitan's blog post and related progress reports, as well as his slide presentation.
- Frank started public discussion for the CA inclusion request from S-TRUST.