- 1:00pm Pacific time (20:00 UTC until November 2, 2008)
- Mozilla HQ, 1st floor conference table
- +1 650 903 0800 x91 Conf# 8600 (US/International)
- +1 416 848 3114 x91 Conf# 8600 (Canada)
- +1 800 707 2533 (pin 369) Conf# 8600 (US Toll Free)
- join irc.mozilla.org #staffmeeting for backchannel
note: all participants are muted automatically; if you want to talk, press *1 to un-mute yourself
- 1 Friends of the Tree
- 2 Development Updates
- 3 Foundation Updates
- 4 Roundtable
- 5 Other Business
Gary and Dmose would like us to recognize Wayne Mery (IRC: wsmWK) for his great help in setting up Thunderbird's first bug day. He almost single-handedly created the wiki pages, made the announcements on planet, QMO, newsgroups and mozillaZine forums, and joined in the Americas session to start off the bug day.
Fx 184.108.40.206 / TB 220.127.116.11 / Fx 18.104.22.168
Released Firefox 22.214.171.124 last Tuesday to the glee of millions of users all over the galaxy. Had a relatively short post-mortem with notes from issues during the release. Overall, 126.96.36.199 went really smooth. Tracking a few regressions to fix in 188.8.131.52.
Build is scheduled to start work on Thunderbird 184.108.40.206 today, but might get pushed a day. QA plans to start testing tomorrow or Wednesday.
A scheduling meeting for Firefox 220.127.116.11 will happen later this week. Look for email to dev-planning tomorrow.
- First Thunderbird bug day happened on Thursday, March 27
- 3.0alpha 1
- First driving meeting happened last week
- Code Freeze midnight April 22
- RC1 Freeze date is April 8.
- 140 Blockers remaining for RC
- Still 12 unowned blockers. Please take a look at that list and see where you can help out.
- 53 Blockers resolved in the last week
- 54 Blockers added in the last week
- 100 blockers remain for final
- 20+ blockers have patches waiting on review/landing
- Character of the bugs are continuing to be smaller in scope than previous
- Vendor recommended switch upgrades (see Outage report)
- stage.mozilla.org in "transit" as we experiment - see justdave's blog for more info
- Bugzilla upgraded
- Firefox 18.104.22.168 related issues, and various cluster-wide performance tuning
- tb 22.214.171.124
- talos for moz2
- group gathering this week
- Live testing and update dtesting for 126.96.36.199 release
- Scanning the top 500 website for crashes [bc]
- Showstopper bug for Beta5 was found while testing Steps To Reproduce for our new regression bug 424719
- Tested Beta 5 with smoketests, BFTs, etc. [tomcat, timr]
- Scanned the top 500 website for crashes [bc]
- Feature testing
- Places - About to land a new patch with history query automated tests
- Testing EV certs [marcia]
- Working with Kev to see if this could be used for self service testing of partner builds
- Working on getting VMs for automated L10n testing. Started working on some new automated bookmark tests. Submitted a mochitest for bug 405924
Partner builds - completed testing 188.8.131.52 partner builds in only 4 days! [tomcat]
- Held a very suceessful FFx 3 Beta 5 test day on Friday. we have 27 active participants and 1023 test cases run. This is one of the most active test days ever based on these two metrics! Top three non-en-US locales were de, en-GB, and cs. See Results.
- Posted Part 2 of "Getting to know the QA Community" series to look at participation data. Most people spend 3 or less hours per week on Mozilla QA activities (<1hr - 41%, 1-3 hr - 35%). Most people wold like to spend 1-6 hours doing QA for the project(1-3hrs - 31%, 4-6 hr - 28%). And about 18% would like to spend 10+ hrs doing QA on the project!!
- Planning a test working with Dave Humphry from Seneca College. [tcalbert, timr]
- Cold Boot
- Reputation attacks
- Pwn2Own contest
- Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of coverage from Mozilla's first blogger open house event
- Anniversary Party tonight! Rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org. Details
- FISL, April 17 - 19, Brazil: Activities include:
- Community Party on 4/17
- Firefox in Brazil Panel on 4/18
- Mozilla Workshop 4/18
- Mitchell speaking on 4/19
- en-US version of the redesigned site is ready...we will be presenting the new site in beta form for testing and feedback soon, so email email@example.com if you'd like to participate.
- support.mozilla.com was down for approx 24 hours last week due to performance issues
- Temporarily redirected Firefox 3 traffic to a static page on mozilla.org while working on perf fixes
- Big thanks to the webdev, IT and SUMO teams for all help!
Firefox 3 T-shirt Contest
- Voting has ended and we have a winner!
- Deki Wiki skinning is underway; first wireframe mockup was received Saturday.
- Documentation of
- Working on docs for offline resource management.
- Released Dromaeo to the various browser vendors for feedback.
- Mozilla anniversary
- Air Mozilla Live
- Mozilla Memories collection going well
- Last.fm sponsors Best Music Add-on category for Extend Firefox 3
- Test Pilot program has been launched with an aim to build a coherent framework for user testing of Labs experiments.
- Major updates to Weave and Personas today.
Webdev, Add-ons, AMO
- Ryan drafted a frontend coding standards document last week to help us standardize our web apps, feedback appreciated!
- Laura worked on SUMO scaling with the SUMO team and IT, more this week in prep for b5
- Wrote memcache patch for AUS to help with NFS issues, working on verification that it doesn't break anything (see bug for more info)
- Testing for Breakpad processor refactor, worked out blockers and staging this week
- AMO 3.2 released, will have a post-mortem this week and notify usual channels when we have it scheduled. Thank you to all localizers and editors who have volunteered their time to help with this release. Some stats:
- 3000+ changes
- ~300k lines changed
- 24 contributors
- We'll be sifting through feedback and setting up our next milestones this month -- more to come.
- Blog coverage - announcement, svn stats, webdev blog, UI blog, plus here, here, and here
- Grants and related activities
- Eitan Isaacson completed the intermediate milestone for his Orca contracted Braille project.
- CAs and related issues
- Public communication
- David did more work on revising the www.mozilla.org site, including helping with a 10th anniversary page and a proposed new About page.
- Upcoming activities
- Zak will be speaking at the Go Open conference April 8 and 9, 2008, in Oslo, the Leadership by (Open) Innovation in the Telecom, IT and Media Industries conference April 24 in Munich, and other events later in 2008.
- Frank will be attending the Freedom to Connect conference March 31 and April 1, 2008 in Silver Spring MD.
- Frank is planning to attend the Berkman@10 conference May 15-16 in Boston MA and the Personal Democracy Forum conference June 23-24 in New York NY if possible.
- Frank will be out for a few days the week of April 7 to handle a family medical issue.