WeeklyUpdates/2013-06-03

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All-hands Status Meeting Agenda

Items in this section will be shared during the live all-hand status meeting.

Friends of the Tree Friends of the Tree

  • Jérémie Patonnier and David Bruant for hosting meetups during the MDN sprint this past weekend, along with everybody who contributed to MDN during the sprint. (See this ether pad for details)
  • Mozillian Bartosz Piec and crew from the Mozilla Poland community for their help with the Warsaw Firefox OS App Day this past Saturday

Upcoming Events

This Week

Monday, 03 June

Tuesday, 04 June

WebFWD Community Mixer

5pm - 7pm, Mozilla San Francisco 7th Floor

This is a time to meet our teams the day before they pitch to the world in Mountain View. Come have a beverage, snack and get to know them before they start sweating ;).

RSVP at http://webfwdiiimixer.eventbrite.com

User Experience Research Talk

12PM PST, 10FWD: MTV

Simulcast on Air Mozilla

Topic: Firefox Desktop User Types in North America

Presenter: Bill Selman

Have you ever wondered who is using Firefox on the desktop and how they are using it? Do you want to know which facets of our user base are enthusiastic about new features vs. users who are reluctant to see any changes at all? Are you interested to learn which category of Firefox user type you fit into and how representative you are of a larger Firefox population?

The User Experience Research team has collected a great deal of data to answer these questions and is eager to share it with you. Bill Selman, Senior UX Researcher, will present findings from a three part qualitative and quantitative study of Firefox users in North America. He will present how those users fit into six specific categories of user types based on their behaviors, motivations, beliefs, and attitudes.

Wednesday, 05 June

WebFWD Graduation Test Run: Noon - 1pm PST, Mozilla Mountain View 10 Forward + Air Mozilla

Open Demos: 6pm - 8pm PST, Mozilla Mountain View 10 Forward + Air Mozilla

This is THE day: our teams will pitch to you - investors, professionals, developers, entrepreneurs all committed to making the web better! Feel free to invite others with similar interests.

RSVP for the evening event at http://webfwdiii.eventbrite.com

Thursday, 06 June

Friday, 07 June

Saturday, 08 June

Sunday, 09 June

Next Week

Product Status Updates (voice updates)

Firefox Desktop

Speaker Location:

Firefox Mobile

Speaker Location:

Thunderbird

Speaker Location:

Older Branch Work

Speaker Location:

Webmaker

Speaker Location: no verbal update this week
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  • Maker Party 2013 kicks off June 15! Thousands of people getting together at events around the world to make and share stuff on the web
  • This post gives an update on plans, next steps, and what partners are bringing to the party:
  • A partner effort launched in the UK yesterday. Mitchell Baker and the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, helped launch the UK "Make Things, Do Stuff" campaign. Learn more here
  • Webmaker booth at Vancouver's Mini Maker Faire!

Identity

Speaker Location:

Services

Speaker Location:

Firefox OS

Speaker Location: Dietrich

  • 1.0.1: Final stages. Nearly zero code change. The future looks bright.
  • 1.1.0: Can now send cat pictures over antiquated protocols. Driving hard to fix remaining blockers, heading quickly into certification phase.
  • Tablets, tvs and billboards. Oh my.

Grow Mozilla

Speaker Location: San Francisco

Help us build a history of Mozilla told by Mozillians. Please share your memories about this Mozilla milestone:

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Speakers

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. If you plan on showing a video, you need to contact the Air Mozilla team before the day of the meeting or you will be deferred to the next week.

Presenter Title Topic Location Share? Media More Details
William Reynolds Community Tools Yammer forum for Firefox OS launch activities Mozilla San Francisco No <thead> </thead> <tbody> </tbody>
Firefox OS launch activities Yammer
Didem Ersoz
Program Manager, WebFWD Program
June 5: Graduation + Deadline to apply for next class
Mozilla San Francisco
No
WebFWD Application
-
Kate Naszradi and John Bernard
Community Engagement and Product Marketing
Firefox OS Launch Camp: Re-Cap
Mozilla San Francisco
Yes
Firefox OS Camp Wiki Page
-
Mitchell Baker
Executive Chair
Chris Beard
Home office in Barcelona
Not sharing screen
No links
-
Mike Morgan (morgamic)
Director, Web Development
Manager Hacking Session 3
Mountain View
Not sharing screen
Manager Hacking Wiki
-
}

Introducing New Hires

New Hire Introduced by Speaker location New Hire location Will be working on
Who is the new hire? Who will be introducing that person? From which office will that introduction be transmitted? Where will the new person be working from? What will the new person be working on?
Mathieu Pillard Wil Clouser PDX Paris <thead> </thead> <tbody> </tbody>
Marketplace
Dominik Strohmeier
Cori Schauer
MTV
Berlin
FFOS
}

Introducing New Interns

New Intern Introduced by Speaker location New Hire location Will be working on
Aaron Todd Brian Anderson MV MV <thead> </thead> <tbody> </tbody>
Research
Ashish Dubey
CVAN
MV
MV
Web Dev
-
Eston Schweickart
Dave Herman
MV
MV
Research
-
Ganesh Ghosh
James Lal
MV
MV
FFX OS
-
Leon Zhang
Potch
MV
MV
Web Dev
-
John Wong
Dan Veditz and Gary Kwong
MV
MV
Web Security
-
Shawn Nguyen
Jake Watkins
MV
MV
Release Eng Ops
-
Stella Zubeck
Bill and Mary
MV
MV
User Research
-
Samvedana Gohil
Anthony Hughes and Juan Becerra
MV
MV
Desktop QA
-
Swaroopa Vantipalli
John Hammink
MV
MV
Mobile QA
-
Vaidik Kapoor
Stephen Donner
MV
MV
Web QA
-
Amanda Ko
Cameron Dawson
MV
SF
Automation and Tools
-
Joseph Kelly
Christina Choi
MV
SF
Metrics
-
Michael Sullivan
Dave Herman
MV
SF
Research
-
Nikhil Kumar
Saptarshi Guha
MV
SF
Metrics
-
Hannah Quay-del la Vallee
Ben Adida
MV
SF
Identity
-
Jez Ng
Alon Zakai
MV
SF
Research
-
Tanay Delima
Diane Bisgeier
SF
SF
WebFWD
-
Ben Blum
Dave Herman
MV
MV
Research
-
Dhaval Giani
Vladan Djeric
TOR
TOR
Platform
-
Guillaume Abadie
Benoit Jacob
TOR
TOR
Platform
-
Jason Yeo
Armen Zambrano Gasparnian
TOR
TOR
Release Eng
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}

Roundtable

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Notes and non-voice status updates that aren't part of the live meeting go here.

Status Updates By Team (non-voice updates)

Firefox

Platform

Services

Messaging

Mobile

IT

Release Engineering

QA

Test Execution

WebQA

QA Community

Automation & Tools

Security

Engagement

PR

Events

Creative Team

Community Marketing

Support

Metrics

Evangelism

Labs

Apps

Developer Tools

Add-ons

Webdev

DXR

Massive improvements to http://dxr.mozilla.org/, the Firefox (et al) source code search engine:

  • Indexing and search
      • Much faster (indexed vs. not) performance on many types of queries
      • Add ability to find callers of constructors
      • Differentiate between a const and a non-const function of the same name.
      • Add finding of callers and callees.
      • Add recognition of typedefs.
      • Link macro references.
      • Link class declarations to class definitions.
      • Sort folder listings.
      • Improve regex that delimits JS symbols.
      • Better usability on mobile and WebKit
  • Infrastructure
      • Several thousand fewer lines of code
      • Slim down builds to emit only data, not Python code, making development much faster.
      • Replace ad hoc implementation of process pooling with concurrent.futures.
      • Reworked old-school CGI as a Flask WSGI app.
      • Redesign URLs for MXR parity and future extensibility
      • Tests! CI! Vagrant!
  • Bug fixes
      • Ability to actually enter a query without the JS screwing it up
      • No more crashing when doing negated phrase matching
      • Fix URL- and HTML-escaping bloopers, including XSSes.
      • Don't duplicate lines in results under some types of queries
      • Many others

Coming soon: continuously deployment, log/blame integration, full parity with MXR

Get started contributing to DXR. Questions? Talk to Erik Rose.

L10n

People Team

WebFWD

Foundation Updates