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- 1 All-hands Status Meeting Agenda
- 1.1 Friends of the Tree
- 1.2 Upcoming Events
- 1.3 Product Status Updates (voice updates)
- 1.4 Speakers
- 1.5 Introducing New Hires
- 1.6 Introducing New Interns
- 1.7 Roundtable
- 2 <meta>
- 2.1 Status Updates By Team (*non-voice* updates)
- 2.1.1 IT
- 2.1.2 Firefox
- 2.1.3 Platform
- 2.1.4 Services
- 2.1.5 Messaging
- 2.1.6 Mobile
- 2.1.7 Release Engineering
- 2.1.8 QA
- 2.1.9 Automation & Tools
- 2.1.10 Security
- 2.1.11 Engagement
- 2.1.12 Support
- 2.1.13 Metrics
- 2.1.14 Evangelism
- 2.1.15 Labs
- 2.1.16 Apps
- 2.1.17 Developer Tools
- 2.1.18 Add-ons
- 2.1.19 Webdev
- 2.1.20 L10n
- 2.1.21 People Team
- 2.1.22 WebFWD
- 2.2 Foundation Updates
- 2.1 Status Updates By Team (*non-voice* updates)
All-hands Status Meeting Agenda
Items in this section will be shared during the live all-hand status meeting.
Monday, 16 April
Tuesday, 17 April
Wednesday, 18 April
- Security Review for New Identity Box Design bug 742419 (details below in Security)
Thursday, 19 April
- Grow Mozilla meeting at 10 pacific - a forum to discuss ideas and ask questions about community building.
Friday, 20 April
- MozCamp LATAM kicks off in Buenos Aires and runs until April 22nd.
- MDN Doc Sprint, Friday April 27 in Mountain View, Sat-Sun 28-29 in San Francisco. If you're in the area, come help us make MDN docs even better!
Product Status Updates (voice updates)
Speaker Location: toronto
Speaker Location: toronto
- dev.planning thread about making mozilla-central APRPOVAL_REQUIRED
- Current beta blockers
- Daily triage at 11:30am PT
Older Branch Work
Brett Gaylor, remote
- Popcorn Maker 0.3 released, aka Breakfast Club
- GitHub: https://github.com/mozilla/butter
- Staged version: http://mozillapopcorn.org:8888/
- Ben Moskwowitz blog post on how to get involved http://www.benmoskowitz.com/?p=527
Knight-Mozilla Open News Project
Speaker Location: Dan Sinker via phone from Chicago
- Last week, the application to become a 2012/13 Knight-Mozilla Fellow went live: <a href="http://mozillaopennews.org/fellowships/apply.html">
- Fellows will spend 10 months doing open source development at news organizations around the world: New York Times, BBC, Guardian, Zeit Online, Spiegel Online, Boston Globe, ProPublica, and La Nacion in Buenos Aires.
- We're looking for great developers to apply and would love you spreading the word. </p>
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.
|Mentored Bugs and You||Josh Matthews||How to make good use of mentored bugs for your team||http://www.joshmatthews.net/deck.js/mentor/||http://www.joshmatthews.net/blog/2011/09/making-bugs-more-attractive-for-other-people-to-fix/|
|Firefox Clinic||Michael Verdi||Wrap-up of how the Firefox Clinic event went||Call in with vidyo||http://blog.mozilla.org/sumo/2012/04/09/the-firefox-clinic-was-an-absolute-blast/|
Introducing New Hires
|New Hire||Introduced by||Speaker location||Will be working on|
|Chris Turra||Corey Shields||Mountain Views||Web Operations|
|Annie Elliott||Gilbert FitzGerald||Mountain View||Data Analyst, Business Intelligence|
|David Slater||Chris Beard||Mountain View||VP of Product Marketing|
|Ed Morley||Clint Talbert||San Francisco||Software Tools Developer, Front-end|
|Elisabeth Laude||Lori Jashinsky||Paris||Office Service Coordinator|
Introducing New Interns
|New Intern||Introduced by||Speaker location||Will be working on|
|Who is the new intern?||Who will be introducing that person?||From which office will that introduction be transmitted?||What will the new person be working on?|
Notes and non-voice status updates that aren't part of the live meeting go here.
Status Updates By Team (*non-voice* updates)
- Sheeri Cabral (one of our awesome DBAs) won a MySQL Community Award for her work in the OurSQL podcast !
- blog.mozilla.org moved to PHX1 on new infrastructure
- mail.mozilla.com (Zimbra) ~ completed final cut over to HCI (LDAP masters & proxies moved)
- hg.mozilla.org relocated to SCL3. New scalable infrastructure.
- www.mozilla.org (PEK1)
- spun up www.mozilla.org out of PEK1 (new China-based data center).
- dropped page load times from 19 seconds to 5 seconds.
- Relocated DNSSEC signer to SCL3
- Finished moving and/or decommissioning a VM cluster hosting 130 virtual machines in SJC1 (this was the bulk of our week), including:
- moved BZR (hosting bugzilla and more) to SCL3, speed improvements were reported after (woot!)
- moved litmus to SCL3
- moved l10n dashboard to SCL3
- moved legacy stage services to SCL3
- moved security assurance services to SCL3
- moved MoCo addressbook to new corp infrastructure in PHX1
- moved MDN Staging environment to SCL3
- re-routed irc services out of SJC1, took sand offline
- work began on migrating the "generic" web cluster in PHX1 to new, faster hardware. Should be completed this week.
- Preparing to migrate http://wiki.mozilla.org/ to PHX1 on new, faster "generic" web cluster this week
- instantiated 50 new linux and linux64 Firefox builders in SCL3 to replace existing infrastructure in SJC1
- substantially faster new OS X Firefox builders in production for mozilla-central
- Released 4/13
- Moving to continuous deployment (we have statsd)
- Marlena writing some "fully dressed" use cases for apps
- Focus is on keeping the build green
- Automation tasks are being added to the WebQA tracker
- working on 2.0 release
- Latest release is tagged and ready to be deployed
- New responsive UI hotness
- Moztrap: 1.0 release, testing internally
- no news (is good news), due to Continuous Deployment
- Prod cutover to the new host should happen soon; thanks for the help testing
Automation & Tools
|Date / Time||Item|
|Mon Apr 16 / 13:00 PST||NONE|
|Wed Apr 18 / 13:00 PST||New Identity Box Design|
|Thu Apr 19 / 10:00 PST||Identity Project BigTent|
|Fri Apr 20 / 10:00 AM PST||Nightly updates PHP script for Lightning|
General Meeting Details * IRC Channel: #security * Etherpad: http://etherpad.mozilla.com:9000/secreview * Vidyo: https://v.mozilla.com/flex.html?roomdirect.html&key=5XEMsG1ApA4b (Room 9058) * Dial-in Info (phone): ** In office or soft phone: extension 92 ** US/INTL: 650-903-0800 or 650-215-1282 then extension 92 ** Toronto: 416-848-3114 then extension 92 ** Toll-free: 800-707-2533 then password 369 ** Conference num 99058
For updates to meetings please see the Security Review Calendar
- HTML: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/Security%20Review.html
- .ics: https://email@example.com/Security%20Review
All Metrics infrastructure moving dtaacenters tomorrow, Tuesday April 17th.
This move will be very disrupting, and while we are going to attempt to have everything up and running again as quickly as possible, there are a lot of configuration changes that need to happen during this move that could take time to be completed. At the end of this process however, we will have a much better environment that will allow us to rapidly improve several pieces such as building out more staging environments and enable better replication/failover in the future.
The impact for various teams is as follows:
metrics.mozilla.com website and all dashboards will be unavailable for one to two days
Nightly and weekly Metrics e-mail reports will not be delivered on Tuesday and possibly Wednesday.
Exports of ADI data to AMO & Socorro will not be delivered Tuesday and possibly Wednesday. After the move is completed, we will backfill data and export the missing data.
Log file collection / processing will be delayed during the migration. IT has worked hard to ensure we have a new collection server waiting for our arrival in the new datacenter, so we believe that we will be able to quickly get started on backprocessing. Depending on how long the migration itself takes, it could take up to four days for us to finish backprocessing (at the same time we are processing new data).
Test Pilot data submissions will not be accepted during the migration. Test Pilot has a client-side retry mechanism in it that will cause the clients to attempt to submit that data at a later time so we do not expect any data loss.
Telemetry data submissions will not be accepted during the migration. Telemetry does not have a client-side retry mechanism, so there will be an unrecoverable gap in data for the duration of the downtime. We will be making restoration of this service our top priority. We were hoping to be able to migrate this service ahead of everything else, but the hardware for the new cluster was not available in time due to missing parts. :/
Buildbot log collection will be delayed during the migration. We will work with that team to backfill any missing data after the migration is complete.
Bugzilla analysis datawarehouse will not be available during the migration. This has *no* impact on the normal operation of bugzilla.mozilla.org so unless you know specifically what this is, don't worry about it. :)
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our teams will be back in the Bay Area May 11-14 for our 2nd in-person Summit. This will include a community hack day on Saturday May 12 - details coming soon!