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Round Table

Friends of the Firefox team

Give a shoutout/thanks to people for helping fix and test bugs.

  • [jaws] Big thanks to Liz Henry (:lizzard) who has been helping us with the Firefox bug triages.
  • Thank you to :darkowlzz for fixing the playback rate context menu for HTML5 media, bug 840745

Stand ups

Suggested format:

  • What did you do last week?
  • What are working on this week?
  • Anything blocking you?

Please keep your update to under 2 minutes!



Last week:

  • Downloads API: bug 847191 - Integration with legacy interfaces to start new downloads
  • Feedback on Downloads Panel and download-related bugs
  • Reviewing bug 769348 - URLs auto-completed in address bar might unexpectedly use ftp:// instead of http://.

Next week:

  • Downloads API
    • bug 835885 - Add serialization and deserialization
    • bug 847863 - Use the JavaScript API instead of nsIDownloadManager as the back-end for the panel


Last week:

  • part-time due to virus and other family problems
  • mostly reviews
  • investigated feasibility of perf bug 843357 - Evaluate dropping "www." from rev_host column
  • Firefox triage


  • Reviews (sorry for delay)
  • Assigned bugs (frecency, inline, about:home, deprecation)
  • Paris performance meet up

blockers (same as last week):





  • I was on PTO the whole week.
  • Will be in Paris next week.
  • This week: continue to improve tabopen animation with newtab page. Blocked by regression (bug 850163).




Last week:

Australis tabs

  • Landed more of Markus Stange's patches to make performant tabs in titlebar on OSX work
  • UX Nightly's now have hacky tabs in titlebar on OSX
  • Patch for Linux port of curvy tabs is up for review



  • Bug triage!

This week:

Australis tabs

  • Start getting reviews on my curvy tabs and menu in titlebar patches.
  • Continue investigating moving the window caption buttons and fullscreen button on OSX. Looking at how Chromium does this.



  • Need reviews on my menu in titlebar patch on Windows (MattN and / or dao)
  • Need reviews on my Linux port of the curvy tabs (MattN and / or dao)
  • Waiting on updated Downloads Panel alignment spec for polish (shorlander)



  • worked on moving 'Know Your Rights' bar to a snippet in about:home
  • went crazy on bug 492557, which implements a Keyboard Shortcuts HUD
  • dove into code dealing with search
  • I'll be working on search this week



Last week:

  • Australis tabs
  • Panel events review
  • Filed HTML5 video bug

This week:

  • Australis tabs
    • Look into recent regressions on UX
    • Get OS X for review
    • Review Linux
  • Fix intermittent failure


last week:

this week:

  • continue working on the customize mode for australis
  • might spend some time fixing the test for bug 449358



last week:

  • install from web landed
  • finalized ux/features for social v1 w/asa,boriss
  • some BD brainstorming

this week:

  • finalizing group of providers for fx 21/22
  • review of social provider workers/manifest
  • webrt user research stuff
  • some bug fixes


  • documentation work needed
  • work on share
  • work on requirements for services list in AMO

UX Updates


  • FHR
    • The FHR train is rumbling slowly along. Update from mconnor is that the remote report is now going to control 100% of the UI
    • Coming this week-- details about the data visualization and potentially nicer looking tips (e.g.
    • Now, we are looking at Android support :)
  • Click-to-Play
    • working on UX for both high- and low-risk plugins this week
    • UR/UX presentation on Friday with some engineers about the CtP Flash study and design recommendations. Ping me if you would like to attend.

Decisions needed/Action items