Firefox/Planning/2012-12-12

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Planning Meeting Details

  • Wednesdays - 11:00am PT, 18:00 UTC
  • Mountain View Offices: Warp Core Conference Room
  • Toronto Offices: Finch Conference Room
  • irc.mozilla.org #planning for backchannel
  • (the developer meeting takes place on Tuesdays)

Video/Teleconference Details - NEW

  • 650-903-0800 or 650-215-1282 x92 Conf# 99696 (US/INTL)
  • 1-800-707-2533 (pin 369) Conf# 99696 (US)
  • Vidyo Room: ProductCoordination
  • Vidyo Guest URL
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Actions from Last Week

  • Martin & Axel to come back with sorted l10n story on Metro
    • Not a complete story yet but being handled by Jim Mathies
  • Lawrence to run next week's meeting

Schedule & Progress on Upcoming Releases

Basecamp

Firefox Desktop

Current Releases

Beta (58)

  • 18.0b3 was released Friday
  • 18.0b4 has already gone to build, is also planned for release on Friday
  • Click-To-Play blocking old versions of Adobe Reader, Silverlight, and Java early next week & Flash in the FF18 release timeframe considering bug 819992 was fixed in 18.0b4 build

Aurora (54)

Nightly (59)

  • Social multi-provider support has landed on trunk. We may uplift to Aurora, decision to be made this week. No other built-in providers yet, so there isn't much to look at just quite yet.
  • Telemetry will be enabled-by-default on Nightly and Aurora next week.

Firefox Mobile

Current Releases

Beta (58)

  • 18.0b3 was released Friday
  • 18.0b4 has already gone to build, is also planned for release on Friday

Aurora (54)

Nightly (59)

  • IME fixes (looking to uplift)
  • More private browsing fixes and UI tweaks
  • Added some actions to the HTML video context menu
  • Testing lightweight themes via AMO (http://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/android/personas)
  • Android x86 nightlies are close

Firefox Metro

  • First round of Download Manager work landed.
  • Simplified touch event handling landed, plus some follow-up work.
  • In progress: top site thumbnails; progress indicators; lots of UI polish
  • Working on Elm test failures for non-Windows platforms related to the app/gre split.
  • New packager should be on elm this week, may land on mc soonish.

Services

Firefox Sync

Product Announcements

Add-on SDK

Release (1.12 -> Firefox 17, 18)

Stabilization (1.13 -> Firefox 18, 19)

Development (1.14 -> Firefox 19, 20)

  • 1.12 released yesterday to much fanfare and includes some fantastic new features including better preferences widgetry, mobile support and a massive reorganization of the SDK file layout in preparation for landing in Firefox.
  • larch twig is ours and is now capable of producing experimental builds of Firefox that include the SDK
  • planning has started for a Roadmap that includes many exciting things, not all of which are properly fleshed out at the moment.

Identity

Apps

Feedback Summary

Desktop

Things have stabilized and we have no current explosive issues. We are digging deeply into Beta and Aurora prior to the holidays. Initial results show an overwhelmingly positive response to retina support.


Mobile

Stable, no explosive changes. We are seeing some of the same UX we saw before 17, but that is to be expected.


Meet Roland Tanglao, the new Firefox for Android Support Coordinator. He will be making sure we continue provide kick-ass support for Android and will be helping Tyler monitor issues.

User-Experience (Design & Research)

  • will send out the update

Market Insights from the Product Marketing Strategy Team

Desktop / Platform

Android

Google

Opera

Microsoft

Maxthon

Security

  • Some Australian researchers have published a paper documenting how they took advantage of Amazon's Silk browser to perform data analysis tasks. They warned that it would simple to use the same techniques to conduct denial-of-service attacks or crack passwords.

Marketing, Press & Public Reaction

Press

FirefoxOS Simulator 1.0 was released; Per-window private browsing mode lands in Nightly:

Questions, Comments, FYI

Actions this week