Weekly Gaia Development Meeting
- Date: 2014-10-21
- Meeting connection details: https://wiki.mozilla.org/B2G#Meetings
- Host: <name>
- Minutes copied to the wiki by host each week https://wiki.mozilla.org/Gaia/Meeting_Notes
Alternate Meeting Times:
- "Early" meetings: Tues 9:00am SF, Wed 12:00am Taipei
- "Late" meetings: Tues 6:00pm SF, Wed 9:00am Taipei
Announcements & Notices
Add your workweeks, new hires, other announcements:
- Taskcluster! https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/mozilla.dev.gaia/d9OjNZcQZU0
- Bug bash on Thursday!
- Integration tests are now split.
v188 is out for those that want to try it.
QA Status: Yellow
Smoketests still not fully passing. latest bug open after 2 days:
Bug 1076783 - Setting background-color on screenshot-overlay breaks video controls in fullscreen mode
Still untested features for Tako end (SHB, THA, Themes)
Focused on getting blockers resolved and explorational testing until CC
Last MTBF update was 30 hours and climbing
New performance run with data coming out tomorrow
Bug Bash is scheduled Thursday, Oct 23. Be There!
Talking this week: Sprint tracking wiki: https://wiki.mozilla.org/FirefoxOS/prod
Demo & Login
PluginsTokenStores TokenStores are used to store valid tokens for the time of their validity. A couple of implementations already exist, but it is also quick and easy to develop your own TokenStore with the help of the provided test framework.
MongoStore: Implementation for MongoDB
RedisStore: Implementation for Redis
Aware of any other implementations? Let us know In case you need something different, simply fork one of the exiting TokenStores or start from scratch and implement against passwordless-tokenstore-test, a test framework that makes sure you fulfill all the criteria of the API. It might also be worth having a look at the comments of the API. Delivery strategies You are free to deliver the tokens in any way that suits your needs. The following modules might be a good starting point:
emailjs: Straight-forward node.js email client (requires a SMTP server such as your Gmail account)
Mandrill: Scalable SMTP infrastructure. They do have a node.js module. In fact, this website uses their services. Free for up to 12k emails per month
Sendgrid: Similar to Mandrill. Mature node.js module with good documentation
Twilio: Provides APIs for text messages and voice calls. Have a look at the 2-step authentication to get an idea how to implement it
Let us know if you come across any other great ways to send out tokens! uctivity Notes: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/fxos-productivity The Team: asuth, evanxd, gaye, lightsofapollo, doliver, jrburke, mcav, millermedeiros, awiss, jhford, cserran, tony (qa), william hsu (qa), jhuang (ux), harly (ux) Updates:
Media front end
Talking this week: Our team: Dave Hylands, David Flanagan, Mike Habicher, Jim Porter, Hema Koka, Dominic Kuo, John Hu, Diego Marcos, Wilson Page, Justin D'Arcangelo , Punam Dahiya (part-time), Russ Nicoletti (part-time) Product: Sri Kasetti Ux: Rob MacDonald, Patryk Adamczyk EPM: Candice Serran QA: Marcia Knous Updates:
Talking this week: Updates:
Systems front end
Talking this week: Sprint tracking wiki: https://wiki.mozilla.org/FirefoxOS/systemsfe Daily standups: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/fxos-systems-frontend2-1 The team: cserran, gwagner, qdot, michael h, aus, alexandre, francis, jason, pdol, benfrancis, daleharvey, gmarty, sfoster, naoki, tef, tedders1 Updates: