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Today’s meeting leader is: mconley

General Topics / Roundtable

Friends of the Firefox team


Resolved bugs (excluding employees)

Script to find new contributors from bug list

Volunteers that fixed more than one bug

  • Gregory Pappas [:gregp]
  • Itiel
  • Mathew Hodson
  • Pier Angelo Vendrame

New contributors (🌟 = first patch)

General triage

Project Updates

Add-ons / Web Extensions

WebExtensions Framework

  • Fixed NativeMessaging API regression due to missing Unix-style path normalization on Windows (introduced by Bug 1772932 in Firefox 114, and fixed by Bug 1830605 in the same Nightly cycle)
  • Starting from Firefox 114, a deprecation warning will be logged when browser_style: true is being used for the MV3 extension manifests (Bug 1827910, Bug 1832578)

  • Extensions Button

    • In Firefox 114, extension widgets listed in the extensions panel can be reordered through the menu “Move up” / “Move down” actions (Bug 1805924)

    • Itiel contributed some more cleanups to the extensions button/panel CSS (Bug 1818622), thanks Itiel!

WebExtension APIs

  • Support for the storage.session WebExtensions API have been introduced in Firefox 115 (Bug 1823713)

Developer Tools


  • Canadahonk made it possible to display support conditions for @import CSS rules in the Rule view (bug)

  • arai improved eager evaluation in Worker (bug)
  • Blackboxing in debugger was improved:

    • Hubert updated styling of ignored sources (bug)

    • He also added an option to hide blackboxed sources in the sources tree (bug)

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    • Alex made jsTracing Ignore blackboxed sources (bug)

  • Speaking of tracing, stdout traces now have hyperlinks which can be opened in the Firefox debugger (bug)
  • Alex made stepping in the callstack more consistent when dealing generated and original sources (bug)
  • Alex fixed a bug in the inspector that would break markup view search when an iframe had node children, which is something uBlock does on some elements it blocks (bug)
  • Nicolas added the version number of unsupported browsers in the Inspector compatibility panel (bug)

  • Nicolas fixed an issue in console that would create an infinite loop in parent process on very short-lived documents (bug)

WebDriver BiDi

  • Julian made it possible to use elements as reference for an action (e.g. click on a specific element instead of a click at given viewport coordinates) (bug)
  • Sasha vendored puppeteer v20.1.0 (bug)

Desktop Integrations

Downloads Panel

Credential Management

Firefox View


Form Autofill

ESMification status

  • ESMified status:

    • browser: 68%

    • toolkit: 87%

    • Total: 81.6% (up from 75.5%)

  • #esmification on Matrix
  • Migration Document (with a walkthrough!)

Lint, Docs and Workflow

  • The enabling of Prettier on JSON files has now landed.
  • Gijs has landed stylelint for css linting.

    • This will flag up errors in your CSS, like duplicate properties, invalid syntax, missing generic font families, etc. In some cases it can auto-fix things.

    • We will expand this in the next few weeks/months to cover conventions in use in Firefox (e.g. using “em” for font-size over “px”, preferring logical over physical margin/padding/border/float definitions, using “0” without a unit for sizes, etc.)

    • This is not a formatter like prettier, so it doesn’t currently adjust whitespace, indenting etc.

  • ./mach lint . now works in parallel mode for faster linting. Previously only ./mach lint * would work, but that didn't pick up the top-level dot files.
  • Next up, is to upgrade Prettier and enable it for production HTML files.

    • The upgrade does change a significant number of JS files due to changes in Prettier's formatting.

    • We decided to put off enabling it on test files for now, due to the large amount of files affected.

macOS Spotlight

Migration Improvements

New Tab Page

Nimbus / Experiments

Password Manager

PDFs & Printing



Performance Tools (aka Firefox Profiler)


Search and Navigation

Storybook/Reusable Components

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