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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
  • #planning for backchannel
  • (the developer meeting takes place on Tuesdays)

Video/Teleconference Details - NEW

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Schedule & Progress on Upcoming Releases (Lukas/Sylvestre/Lawrence)

Firefox Desktop & Platform (Javaun/Chad/Martin)

Summary of Work In Progress

  • You can find the most recently completed iteration performance report here
  • You can see the status of the current iteration in progress here


  • None for the past week
  • exception on shutdown: "Exception calling provider shutdown", NS_ERROR_FAILURE from nsIObserverService.removeObserver from PreviousExperimentProvider.shutdown ( 1012466 Bug 1012466 )
  • Add UTM parameters to plugincheck URL in Firefox ( 1022745 Bug 1022745 )
  • Make the 'Translations by' string localizable ( 1032139 Bug 1032139 )
  • Measure number of times infobar is hidden due to "Never translate this language/site" ( 1035337 Bug 1035337 )
  • about:sessionrestore shows instead of about:welcomeback after a reset ( 1035557 Bug 1035557 )

Recent Landings

  • Team landed 45 bugs over the last week (total of 89 for the 2-week iteration just ended)
  • Details of landings from the past week can be seen here

UX (Madhava)

Firefox Mobile (Mark/Brad/Jenn)

Work In Progress

You can find more on upcoming feature plans in the[roadmap]

Uplifts from the past week

Beta (prior to merge)
Aurora (prior to merge)
  • crash in java.lang.NullPointerException: at org.mozilla.gecko.toolbar.ToolbarDisplayLayout.updateFromTab( ( 964861 Bug 964861 )
  • Bump minSdkVersion to 9 ( 1017244 Bug 1017244 )
  • [Android L Preview] - Crash on startup - java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: dlopen failed: cannot locate symbol "issetugid" referenced by ""... ( 1030899 Bug 1030899 )
  • TwoWayView crashes in Android L ( 1034167 Bug 1034167 )
  • Regression: Contact API usage is being prompt on webpages ( 1037128 Bug 1037128 )

Landings from the past week

Nightly (prior to merge)

UX (Ian)

Developer Tools (Jeff/Rob/Dave)

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Feedback Summary (Cheng/Tyler/Matt)


Firefox 30: Sentiment report was sent out this morning, please contact the User Advocacy team if you have questions

Firefox 31: No issues that we've seen so far, still watching feedback.

Firefox Updates Hotfix: Has been live for around a week, initial results have been published at

Quick Summary: Over 4.5 million users have installed the add-on Around half of them have updated (Over 2 million users) We are investigating success of the Notification popup We will be digging into FHR, ADI, SUMO and Add-on numbers this week to get more detailed answers. V2 of the add-on is already underway, fix the bugs in v1, add support for Mac, etc. Bug 1040228 We will be investigating other ways to continue this effort in the future.


Market Insights from the Strategy & Insights Team (Kev)

Note: Kev will be on PTO July 28 through Aug 8, so will miss the Jul 29 and Aug 5th calls. No one will be taking his place. He apologizes for this, and his use of the third person.

Something to Think About

Xiaomi released it's Mi4 flagship phone this week for $320-400. The news isn't really about the Mi4 - although it's a nice looking phone - it's around how Android handset prices are continuing to see downward pressure. $300-400 is the new sweet spot for super phones. It's eating into the profit margins of organizations like Samsung (draw parallels to Sony as you see fit), and making a whole lot of power even more accessible for Android users. We're seeing continued interest in Chromebooks (more below), and Microsoft is working with partners to introduce lower-cost hardware into the same space.
Why we should care: We consistently see metrics that more than 2/3 of buyers will spend more than $150 on their phone. The downward push on prices for hardware that continues to grow in capability and performance means even more people will be able to take advantage of a full-featured web on (what is usually) their primary communications and computing platform. This pricing pressure is extending into the

Worth a Read


Marketing, Press & Public Reaction (Arcadio)

Questions, Comments, FYI