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  • Mondays - 9:00am Pacific, 12:00pm Eastern, 17:00 UTC
  • 650-903-0800 or 650-215-1282 x92 Conf# 8605 (US/INTL)
  • 1-800-707-2533 (pin 369) Conf# 8605 (US)
  • #mobile for backchannel

Fennec Requirements


UX design

  • working on theme related stuff
    • revised theme - see sean's blog post from last week - getting individual images assembled for theming
    • getting styling together for widgets (buttons, radio-buttons, checkboxes, progress bars, etc.)

Front end

  • Alerts Service override landed
  • Add-ons Manager took longer than expected. (mfinkle)
  • Downloads Manager needs some cleanup. (mfinkle)
  • Awesomebar design tweaks should be ready this week. Patches for review soon afterward. (madhava, gsharp or mfinkle)
  • Kinetic cleanup ongoing (bcombee)
  • iframe panning (bcombee)
  • Panning indicators is underway but got held up (bcombee)
  • Chrome/Content dropdown list fix (gsharp)
  • Content zooming bugs (gsharp)
  • New theme work should be starting this week

Geolocation support

  • no update.

Windows Mobile

  • 7 bugs remain on the alpha blocker list
    • 2 are waiting from sr from stuart, so I expect them to be pushed today
    • bug 436998 has sr- from bsmedberg, but his concerns look to be addressable
  • Some of the new UI and theme work will be WinMo related.
    • Nav toolbar UI rework will support portrait mode better
    • Theme rework (images and padding/margins) will also support portrait mode better
    • We do need to explore image and font size differences between HTC Touch Pro (VGA 480 x 640) and Samsung Omnia (WQVGA 240 x 400)
      • Maybe use CSS media queries to switch between different displays
  • weave build



  • Networking
  • Startup
    • Tracemonkey merge resulted in a ~300ms regression
    • XPT Linking patch resulted in a ~300ms Ts speedup
    • Graph of both
  • Fennec



  • Windows Mobile tree was a bit broken last week (up until last night) for various reasons. Mainly due to an NSS landing in m-c that broke WinCE. The OJI plugin changes and the XPT linking changes caused secondary breakage too.
  1. How do we want to proceed with an NSS tinderbox for WinCE? (bug 487354)
  2. What is the end goal for "make installer" behavior?


  • browser-chrome tests still being developed bug 486490
  • new issue with windows mobile build to support --enable-tests bug 487694
  • work underway for adding additional geolocation tests bug 482260


Current Milestone