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- 1 Friends of the Tree
- 2 Upcoming Events
- 3 Product Status Updates
- 4 Speakers
- 5 Status Updates By Team
- 5.1 Firefox
- 5.2 Platform
- 5.3 Messaging
- 5.4 Mobile
- 5.5 IT
- 5.6 Release Engineering
- 5.7 QA
- 5.8 Automation & Tools
- 5.9 Security
- 5.10 Engagement
- 5.11 Support
- 5.12 Metrics
- 5.13 Evangelism
- 5.14 Labs
- 5.15 Apps
- 5.16 Developer Tools
- 5.17 Add-ons
- 5.18 Webdev
- 5.19 L10n
- 5.20 People Team
- 6 Introducing New Hires
- 7 Introducing New Interns
- 8 Foundation Updates
- 9 Roundtable
- Rajeev Bharshetty [:rshetty] - For being instrumental in helping verify the affiliates.mozilla.org and mozillians.org BrowserID releases. Rajeev spent a good portion of his holiday break away from school helping insure new features were wicked high quality and the team understood the risks associated with shipping the code.
- Sergey Tupchiy [:stupchiy] - Another awesome contributor to WebQA, who has been instrumental in not only beefing up our AMO automation tests in Selenium, but also helping us complete a Q4 goal of automating tests for Engagement projects, as well as helping out with Socorro, Affiliates (BrowserID), and much, much more, automation-wise. Thanks so much!
- Jason Smith, Jessica Davis, and Mike Conley for helping out with Firefox 10.0b3 testing
Monday, 09 January
Tuesday, 10 January
Wednesday, 11 January
Mozilla Blog Guidelines - Brown Bag Talk
Noon PST in Ten-Forward
Description: The PR and Creative teams have been working to streamline our outbound communication channels. We have drafted a set of Mozilla Blog Guidelines, which will help to better distinguish between personal opinions and an official Mozilla positions, represented on our various blogs. It's meant to give guidance to all Mozilla teams when publishing to Mozilla blogs, when setting up new blogs or when simply seeking support on any outbound communication.
In this session we would like to show and discuss the current draft of the Mozilla Blog Guidelines, looking for your comments and thoughts before we roll them out more broadly.
Thursday, 12 January
Friday, 13 January
Product Status Updates
Speaker Location: Mountain View, and SF
- Welcome back - 2012 is going to be incredible!
- Next Migration day is 3 weeks away
- We're sorry about Fennec nightly over the holidays, it's feeling much better now.
- Aurora is on the path to be our first public release so feel free to move with us, but we still deeply value bugs filed against nightlies.
- The biggest piece of Silent Update landed: a Windows service so updates don't require UAC prompts.
Older Branch Work
Speaker Location: no voice update this week. Toronto work week."
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
Automation & Tools
Security Reviews Scheduled for this week