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Monday, 12 April
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Testday on Mobile Firefox 1.1 Beta via #testday on irc.mozilla.org!
The limit is 3 minutes per speaker. It's like a lightning talk, but don't feel that you have to have slides in order to make a presentation.
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Status Updates By Team
Branch work: Firefox 3.5.x / Firefox 3.6.x / Thunderbird 3.0.x
- Announced 188.8.131.52 as last planned release off Thunderbird 2 branch
- Code/string/feature freeze: very small number of days after landing of:
- Firefox 3.7 Alpha 4
- Fennec 1.0.1 (Maemo)
- Enabled unit tests for Fedora and Fedora 64 on mozilla-central
- Mac OS X 64-bit builds and nightlies
- QA All
- More details for weekly QA status can be found in the in individual status reports located here
- QA Highlites
- Desktop Firefox QA
- Shipped Firefox 3.6.3plugin1 (Lorentz)
- Shipped Firefox 3.7 alpha 4
- Finalized schedule and preparation for testing and shipping Firefox 3.6.4 beta (includes OOPP) end of next week, Apr 16.
- Browser Services QA
- Weave 1.2 testing completed and shipped on Friday, Apr 9
- Working on Weave 1.3 test planning
- Mobile QA
- Fennec 1.1 builds delayed due to landing of Fx3.6.4 code dependencies. Testing of 1.1 Fennec will commence Mon Apr 12.
- Web QA
- Pushed Sumo 1.5.2 on the 6th
- Preparing for testing and ship of AMO 5.9
- QA Services
Automation & Tools
- Mozmill 1.4.1 targeted for Wednesday release
- Got Talos Ts running on Windows and Linux, got preliminary numbers for the top 500 addons
- Started looking into reviewboard bugzilla integration, following asuth's lead.
- Established the Ted's TopFails report into a new home.
- More detail here
- ROFLCon II April 30 - May 1, 2010; Boston, MA. We have a join sponsorship with the Mozilla Foundation and will be live streaming and archiving the event with HTML5 open video.
- Processing.js Boston - April 10-11, 2010; Boston, MA. Putting together an event with the Processing.js team.
- JSConf.US April 17-18, 2010; Washington, DC. We are sponsoring this event. We will also have Mitcho, one of our Jetpack Ambassadors conducting a Jetpack talk and putting together Jetpack hacking session in the lounge.
- e27 echelon 2010 June 1-2, 2010; Singapore. Gen will be participating in this event.
- LinuxTag 2010 June 9-12, 2010; funding from Mozilla Europe is secured; Mozilla staff and community will manage a 12m2 booth at Europe's largest Linux tech fair; Tristan Nitot, Paul Rouget and Brian King all confirmed to give keynote talks; Carsten Book and WQ leading community outreach and organization
- GUADEC 2010 - July 24-30, 2010; Netherlands. We are sponsoring at the bronze level. More information to come soon.
- Open Video Conference 2010 - Looking over sponsorship opportunities.
- BlogHer '10 - August 6-7, 2010 - Looking into sponsorship opportunities.
- Renegade Craft Fair Chicago 2010 - September 11-12, 2010 - Looking into sponsorship opportunities.
- Browser & Bubbles: Exploring two consumer-focused events in SF & London. Reworking plan; WQ/IS meeting with JSC/NN on 04/07 for kick-off brainstorm
- Spread Firefox Education Toolkit: We're looking to localize the toolkit! Please ping sarah at mozilla dot com for details on how to do this.
- Marketing Survey: We're closing this down today and will share results at the community marketing call this week.
- Calling all case studies and examples of awesome work! Please share your events and other marketing efforts so the team can learn from you.
- Community Marketing Call: Next call is Wednesday April 13th at 10 a.m. PST/17:00 UTC. Please send agenda items to mary at mozilla dot com. Preliminary agenda here.
- Lots of new metrics news...
- Bespin "Bryce" (0.7.1) was released last Wednesday. This is the first Bespin server update since the client side "reboot".
- Now that we've cleared that hurdle, releases will be coming along more frequently. To prove the point, Bespin 0.7.2 was released on Friday :)
Introducing New Hires
- David Chan has just joined the security engineering team. He will hopefully be breaking everything in sight, with special focus on client/server projects.