- 1 Video for today's meeting
- 2 Friends of the Tree
- 3 Upcoming Events
- 4 Product Status Updates
- 5 Speakers
- 6 Status Updates By Team
- 7 Introducing New Hires
- 8 Foundation Updates
- 9 Roundtable
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Mark Finkle and Dave Townsend for working very fast to get my last-minute Test Pilot/Feedback patches landed in time for Firefox 5! -- Jono
Bob Silverberg for his contributions to WebQA Automation work -- David Burns
Monday, 18 April
Mozilla Tech Talk: GPU Architecture, Present and Future by NVIDIA GPU Architect Olivier Giroux @ Ten Forward / air.mozilla.org at 13:00 PDT
Tuesday, 19 April
Wednesday, 20 April
Thursday, 21 April
Friday, 22 April
EYES (Emerging Young Entrepreneurs Society) visit and talk/discussion @ Ten Forward at 1:30pm PDT [pfinette]
Firefox 5 Aurora Testday @ #testday at 9AM-5PM PDT [gmealer/Mozilla QA]
Product Status Updates
- Started the Aurora channel last Wednesday to great fanfare
- Thanks to all those who made it happen on time
- What happens on Aurora now?
- Fixes to security issues
- Stability fixes
- Backouts and preffing off
- Aurora triage/status meetings have started
- See this message to dev-planning for our current meeting plan
- What do the new bugzilla flags mean? Check out this thread on dev-planning. Synopsis:
- tracking-firefox# - bugs that need to be resolved (either by fixing, getting more information to invalidate, backing out other fixes, etc) before the next step in the release process
- status-firefox# - tracks the state of items found after the mozilla-central → mozilla-aurora merge, as regular bug status now reflects the Firefox 6 status
- approval-mozilla-aurora - request to land a particular patch on the mozilla-aurora repository. All patches landing on mozilla-aurora need this approved
- Note that a bug can be approved but not tracking (for high value / low risk fixes that we won't drive to get in)
- The merge from Aurora to Beta happens on 2011-05-17
Firefox 4, 3.6, 3.5
- Firefox Macaw (currently versioned as 4.0.1) went to the beta audience late Friday
- 3.6.17 and 3.5.19 will go to beta today
- There is a known issue with Mail.ru we will be spinning again on Wednesday for
- Schedule for all these updates can be found on the releases wiki page
- We'll be adopting a schedule-driven release for Thunderbird similar to the one being used by Firefox.
- First step: Miramar nightlies are now being built against the Aurora branch of Gecko/Firefox.
Older Branch Work
- Knight-Mozilla News Project. Prepping to launch innovation challenges around 1) open video 2) web apps 3) reinventing online comments & debate. Want feedback on this messaging. Do these challenge statements make sense? Do they motivate? Would you, as a challenge participant, have enough info to get started?
- Web literacy project. What are 10 things Mozilla wished everyone on the Internet knew? Looking for your ideas & feedback.
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Status Updates By Team
- Successful QA Workweek, lot's of good sessions and clarity around goals
- Desktop Firefox
- Testing the new Aurora branch
- Shipped Input 3.3.5 on Tuesday
- Shipped AMO 6.0.5 on Thursday
- Shipped SUMO 2.7.1 on Thursday
- Shipped Web of Wonder Tuesday April 12th, 2011
- Shipped Personas on Thursday
Automation & Tools
- Landed tspaint (bug 612190) - a new talos test that measures time from startup to first paint.
- Released bugfix only release of Mozmill 1.5.3
- War On Orange's Elastic Search database crashed last week. Working with Metrics, should have the last two months of data restored by end of the day.
- More news here
- Firefox Aurora debuts, Mozilla's 'dev' channel
- Aurora lets you try Firefox 5 now
- Mozilla adds new Aurora development stage to update Firefox faster
- Firefox Launch Parties are on!
- Kenya: Firefox party in Nairobi, as well as community meetup. Read Pierros Pappadeas' write up here.
- Tunisia: 60 attendees at the Firefox 4 launch party. Details here.
- Rome: 150 people made it out to the "Firefox and You" launch party following a grassroots campaign.
- Madrid: Mozilla Hispano kicked off it's series of launch parties in Madrid and launched an animated video on HTML 5. Coverage included Gizmodo and Magistrike.
- San Francisco: Small, but nice meetup in SF. Promo video here.
- India: Vineel Reddy (former intern) has worked tirelessly to coordinate launch parties in India. Rob Sayre attended the Hyderabaad party hosted by Vineel that was covered in The Hindu and Digit. More event photos can be found here.
- More parties to come!
Introducing New Hires
- Ian Barlow, mobile UX
- Jill Alvarez, recruiting
- William Bamberg, tech. writer
- Adrian Gaudebert, webdev intern
- Sean McArhtur, webdev