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Meeting Details

  • 11:00 AM Central European Time (UTC +2)
  • 650-903-0800 x92 Conf# 206 (US/INTL)
  • irc.mozilla.org #l10n-drivers for back channel

Meeting Notes

For the shipping app

  • Probably taking tip is OK for now
  • Need policy update
    • Issues include
      • When do localizers start to follow the ideal workflow when l10n-merge is in place?
      • Communication is needed
      • When l10n-merge is on, what do the build-l10n-release-drivers do?
      • Reasons?
        • Too tedious too sign off after each push?
        • Interface too complex?
        • Messaging hard to follow because of high number of newsgroup posts hard to follow up?
        • L10n-merge creates sense of security
        • String freeze code freeze window is way too slushy

Not gonna work, sorry --Pike 10:30, 27 October 2010 (PDT)

L20n meetings to start again, Gandalf to send invites


Pike is at a W3C meeting in Madrid regarding localization


talking points: summit travel


  • Final push through XUL bindings updates (JSON, class prototypes, switch to nsXULDocument->l20n_js)
  • Front Trends 2010


Talking points: Shipping app woes, productization next steps, l20n meetings?

  • For shipping, probably taking tip is OK for now
  • Need policy update


  • Android market place translation done for 11 of the 12 locales requested
  • Creation of the new "special projects" repo: https://svn.mozilla.org/projects/l10n-misc/trunk/
  • backed out beta promo on google snippets, used an older AMO promo for all locales instead, so as to no longer have our snippets not published because beta 7 is not ready
  • started working on Web App package, PHP version
  • kept updating product-details patch for beta 7
  • minor fixes on mozillamessaging.com/mozilla.com/mozilla-europe.org, mostly visual fixes and strings updates
  • implemented style switcher on mozilla-europe.org for the future nova redesign
  • preparing chemspill release for this week
  • will be on PTO this Friday
  • Anthony almost finished updating the HTML5 SMIL based subtitling library, will keep using that on mozilla.com for fx4, browser support matrix to be discussed with engagement (-> ok for no subtitles for older IE that relies on the flash fallback?)
  • started working on mobile beta page localization (to be launched probably next Monday)