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Channel Meeting Details

  • Tuesdays and Thursday - 2:00pm PDT, 21:00 UTC
  • Mountain View Offices: Warp Core Conference Room
  • #planning for backchannel

Video/Teleconference Details - NEW

  • 650-903-0800 or 650-215-1282 x92 Conf# 95312 (US/INTL)
  • 1-800-707-2533 (pin 369) Conf# 95312 (US)
  • Vidyo Room: Warp Core
  • Vidyo Guest URL
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Schedule Update (stay up to date)

  • Firefox 12 was signed off yesterday (4/18)
  • 3.6.{28,27,26,25,13,24} should be receiving a major update prompt to FF11 with this billboard, remaining 3.6.{14-23} to be completed tomorrow
  • FF12 beta 6 (desktop) is still expected to go out today, pending QA sign-off
  • Desupport hotfix (bug 741004) is being tested end-to-end by QA currently, will hopefully go out this afternoon as well
  • FF12 desktop and FF10.0.4 desktop/mobile go-to-build expected tomorrow at noon PT
  • Release is scheduled for 4/24
  • Next 3.6 MUs will be after FF12 fully unthrottled, and will point to this billboard (but on production)



  • no crash rates due to metrics data center move.
  • explosive crash reports also broken due to above.


  • Tracking 13 crashes
    • bug 719117 - did they change some code in 13? Maybe the signature is just different but doesn't mean more crashes.
    • bug 729507 - correlation to Yandex bar?
    • bug 743499 - ESR? Patch that got reviewed yesterday. Affects all versions.
    • bug 744727 - crash on mouse move - has landed on 12. Still open.
    • bug 745453 - Norton Confidential 2012 - fixed in FF12b6. Still open for verification.
    • bug 746036 - Needs investigation
    • bug 725503 - 3rd party issue FF12 also
    • bug 744992 - - 3rd party issue FF12 also


  • Don't see anything that we didn't know about already.








  • Cheng filed bug 747073 – Adobe Reader (10.1.3) doesn't work with Firefox 11 (OSX)
    • Appears to be a problem with Adobe's software
  • A couple of security bugs on the approval-mozilla-beta list to talk about
  • Proposal to set a 'bounty' (read: cool custom swag) on finding verifiable topcrasher STR (more to be added to list, and third-party crashes not eligible). Once STR are verified, we can track them for a specific release.



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