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Upcoming Events

This Week

Monday, 7 June

Tuesday, 8 June

  • Berlin Community Meetup with Mitchell in Berlin/Germany

Wednesday, 9 June

Thursday, 10 June

Friday, 11 June

Next 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.

Title Presenter Topic Media More Details
Your Title Here Your Name Here What are you going to talk about? Links to slides or images you want displayed on screen Link to where audience can find out more information
QMO.next aakashd The changes made to QMO and what it means to you. http://www.slideshare.net/aakashd/qmonext Check out our home page, QMO!
Contacts Design Challenge Pascal Finette Mozilla Labs' next Design Challenge just launched - participate & spread the word! http://design-challenge.mozillalabs.com/contacts/ http://design-challenge.mozillalabs.com/contacts/
Firefox Cup Mary Our very own Firefox Cup is launching this week! http://www.slideshare.net/foxymary/firefox-cup
Infrastructure Security Disclosure (Proposed) Chris Lyon This is the "proposed" infrastructure security disclosure https://wiki.mozilla.org/Infrasec/DisclosurePolicy We are opening this up for comments, questions, and feedback
Windows 64-bit Firefox John O'Duinn 64bit builds of Firefox on osx10.6, fedora64 and now win64 blog post ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-mozilla-central/
mozilla-central status Ehsan dev.tree-management thread

Status Updates By Team


Planet Firefox to track all the developments.


mozilla-central has been closed since yesterday in order to find a solution to a bad rename changeset landed late Friday.

It is not yet clear how this will be resolved, but for now, everyone who is working on a clone on mozilla-central is advised to update to revision 28086cf6ede8 using the hg update -r 28086cf6ede8 command, in order to minimize the problems in updating their clone when the problem is resolved.

Watch the dev.tree-management thread to follow the progress of this issue.

Branch work: Firefox 3.5.x / Firefox 3.6.x / Thunderbird 3.0.x

Firefox 3.6.4

  • build 6 has been in the field, is well received to date
  • keeping an eye on bug 569104 (older CNet Video doesn't play) and bug 563361 (one .jp site is having problems, but has potential to be a widespread issue) and working with CNet and Adobe to resolve
  • no ship date yet pending investigation of those issues
  • we need your help!
    • we are building a list of popular sites where people watch videos or play games - please add yours!
    • then, grab a Firefox 3.6.4 beta build and test in Windows or Linux to make sure they still work; if they do, add an [OK] to the site

Firefox 3.5.10

  • ready to ship, but at this time we are holding until Firefox 3.6.4 ships based on feedback from Linux distributors and Thunderbird


  • 3.1RC1 shipped!
  • A couple of blockers and a few ridealongs have surfaced; 3.1RC2 to be spun today or tomorrow




Last Week

  • A lot of back-end work
    • website pushes
    • VCS repo work


  • We will be moving our Amsterdam POP. Details to follow.
    • Tentative date, June 21.

Release Engineering

  • Windows 64-bit builds un-hidden on the Firefox tinderbox page
  • 64-bit builds (Linux and Mac 10.6) for the try server coming out today
    • Neither unit tests nor talos for now. To come.


QA Org Highlights
  • New Hires
    • Geo Mealer started in Automation group, June 2
      • announce @ all todays all-hands
    • announce Raymond's conversion to Mozilla employee
  • Fennec
    • Signed off on Fennec 1.1
  • Web QA
    • uTest tested SUMO forums, will have a write up of their findings this week
    • AMO 5.11 was pushed live on 06/03
  • QA Services

Automation & Tools

  • Have Bugzilla Splinter integration ready for Bugzilla upgrade
  • Working through E10S Fennec mochitest issues, have a fix for E10s in plain mochitest, testing in chrome, browser-chrome, a11y. (bug 567417
  • Figured out how to get native events (from Webdriver codebase) working in Firefox. Experimenting now to see if this is a viable solution to the long-standing focus issues in our event generation code.
  • Integrating python websocket server support into mochitest (tail end of bug 472529)
  • And more information landing soon here





  • LinuxTag 2010 June 9-12, 2010; funding from Mozilla Europe is secured; Mozilla staff and community will manage a 12m2 booth at Europe's largest Linux tech fair; Tristan Nitot, Paul Rouget and Brian King all confirmed to give keynote talks; Carsten Book and WQ leading community outreach and organization
  • Black Hat USA 2010 July 24-29, 2010; Las Vegas, NV - Look into putting together the "traditional" Mozilla milk & cookies party.
  • GUADEC 2010 - July 24-30, 2010; Netherlands.  We are sponsoring at the bronze level.  no Mozilla talks schedules.
  • Open Video Conference 2010 - October 1-2, 2010; New York, NY  - Looking over sponsorship opportunities.
  • BlogHer '10 - August 6-7, 2010 - Looking into sponsorship opportunities.
  • Maker Faire Africa - August 27-28, 2010; Nairobi, Kenya - Looking into sponsorship opportunties.
  • Renegade Craft Fair Chicago 2010 - September 11-12, 2010 - Looking into sponsorship opportunities.
  • London Add-ons Challenge (name TBC): Exploring two consumer-focused events in SF & London.

Creative Team

Community Marketing

  • Community Marketing Call: Join us on Wednesday for our bi-weekly call!
    • June 9 @ 10 a.m. PST/17:00 UTC. Please send agenda items to sarah at mozilla dot com.
  • New Affiliate Buttons:


  • We're releasing a new SUMO discussion forum this week as part of a broader site rewrite.




Developer Tools




Introducing New Hires

  • Join me in welcoming Raymond as a full-time hire (converted from his year-long internship)

Foundation Updates