- 1 Meeting Info
- 2 Meeting notes
- 3 Open Items
- 4 Roundtable
- 4.1 adrian
- 4.2 agibson
- 4.3 andy
- 4.4 arron
- 4.5 ashort
- 4.6 basta
- 4.7 bsavage
- 4.8 bensternthal
- 4.9 chuck
- 4.10 craigcook
- 4.11 cmore
- 4.12 davidwalsh
- 4.13 ednapiranha
- 4.14 ErikRose
- 4.15 jlongster
- 4.16 jezdez
- 4.17 kumar
- 4.18 lars
- 4.19 laura
- 4.20 lcrouch
- 4.21 lonnen
- 4.22 lorchard
- 4.23 malexis
- 4.24 mat
- 4.25 mkelly
- 4.26 morgamic
- 4.27 peterbe
- 4.28 piotr
- 4.29 pmac
- 4.30 potch
- 4.31 rhelmer
- 4.32 ricky
- 4.33 robhudson
- 4.34 schalk
- 4.35 selena
- 4.36 sole
- 4.37 stuart
- 4.38 ubernostrum
- 4.39 tofumatt
- 4.40 wenzel
- 4.41 wil
- 4.42 willkg
- 4.43 wraithan
- Room webdev via Vidyo
- Room 9 798 via Teleconferencing
- Mountain View office in room 3A - All Your Base
- Note-taker: mkelly
- Meeting notes: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/webdev-2013-06-11
- Payments for Firefox OS. Oh payments how we love thee.
- The blog is looking awesome, some people should right some blog posts on it.
- Continuous deployment is in place for staging!
- The DXR code we've written for the last 5 months is finally LIVE! This let us close about 10 longstanding bugs and brings a gazillion new features to our users.
- An up-to-date mozilla-central tree is now building, locally and manually. That was hard. There's a reason we have a whole releng department whose job this is. :-) Working on buildbot integration.
- Ported buggy, ad hoc multiprocessing implementation to concurrent.futures. 200 lines → 20 lines.
- New production setup docs
- callers: and called-by: query speedups
- Little bugs and improvements. Progress indicators flicker less. JS code now uses a consistent case convention. Fixed some overzealous string escaping.
- Welcome to a new contibutor, jonasac!
- Reviewed patches: ES stuff, new skiplist implementation, etc.
- RabbitMQ sprint (way back when)
- Lots of simplifying and correcting the rabbitmq branch to get it ready to merge
- Release nose-progressive 1.4.3 and 1.5:
- Support for any text editor that has a go-to-line option, no matter how it's spelled.
- Ability to jump to a failure in your editor in one click: no copying and pasting.
- First-class Python 3.3 support
- Lots of chasing the Indian Consulate around and such for my Fifth Elephant trip. A slapdash video preview of my talk
- Released Parsimonious 0.5 so the CSS parser could have single-quoted literals and whitespace allowed after parens.
- Put together a proof-of-concept CSS parser in Parsimonious. Basta is now building a minifier based on it.
- almost finished exploitable crashes report into Socorro with the help of Brandon and Selena
- learned more about the Socorro internals on the way
- refactored the crashstats view decorators a bit to be less magic
- met with Pike to talk about Elmo/a10n again
- worked on the Elmo trying to figure out a collation issue (bug 538282)
I want to go to Brussels since I want to stay close to the then very close birth of my first child.
- CrimsonTwins Paris!
- Getting hardware for new Telemetry Dash
- Spec'd out some legal Bugzilla tools
- trying to coordinate Bixie (JS error reporting)
- Mozilla Boxen for WebDevs
- Summit matching algorithm
- Brussels - I've never been to continental Europe, and I really like Belgian beer.
- Snippets is almost done being rewritten. IT SHALL BE STUNNING
- I've been doing Couch 2 5k! I CAN'T STOP RUNNING
- I purchased Grooveshark Anywhere! I'M BASS AND DRUMMING
I want to go to Brussels because I have never left the continent. BROADEN MY HORIZUNING
- Working on the Socorro public API
- PII removal last piece
- Working on as little as possible
- pending paternity leave starting some time this week
- Moved into my new house in Santa Clara
- Wants to go to Santa Clara
Brussels. Best beer in the world. Are there other reasons?
- Lots of work on separating AMO and MKT elasticsearch indexes.
- Work on "buchets" -- filtering out apps that don't work on the user's device.
- Made a jsfiddle thing to help calculate feature profiles that we pass as a query string to the API: http://jsfiddle.net/robhudson/9PArz/
Brussels ~ Looks like a beautiful place and I have never been there. Also, looks like I will be in good company ;)
(following mkelly's suggestion about what to put in here)
- been working on revamping a mortar template: https://github.com/sole/mortar-list-detail/tree/simplify
- we're getting closer to releasing a fancy real time image processing app as a reference app, code here: https://github.com/sole/rtcamera and try it out here: http://sole.github.io/rtcamera (you need a camera/webcam, WebGL and WebRTC... which means Nightly on mobile, but it's awesome to run this on a MOBILE DEVICE!!)
- I've been asking many questions to many people because I'm still quite new here, and will probably continue doing so for a while, so bear with me...
- met Yahuda Katz AND Tim Berners-Lee - BEAT THAT, everyone else
- also been to one of these monthly ladieswhocode meetings where I try to convince people to stop using ASP and move to JS
- and went picnic-ing to Hampstead Heath where we had scones and played badminton. It can't get more English than that.
There's this upcoming DemoJS demoscene party in Paris: http://demojs.org They are accepting remote submissions so if you're into making something fancy feel free to enter one of their compos! I looked into going there but the travel+hotel was indecently expensive.
Finally: I'd prefer Santa Clara as I haven't been there and it sounds warmer than Toronto or Brussels. But I've already been to Brussels so I'd prefer travelling somewhere new (to me) like Toronto! What I like about Brussels is that one can go there by train, and cross the Chunnel, which always seemed like very awesome to me.
- Lots of work on web components, templates, and such for Firefox Apps. Coming along nicely!
I'd love to go to Brussels because:
- It's a great city with a rich history for Mozilla (FOSDEM, hello!)
- aaand I can add a few days of PTO afterwards and take a quick train ride to visit my family, which would be awesome.
- input.mozilla.org: fixed locale handling in responses, added query parser and fixed happy hardcoding for FfA
- support.mozilla.org: fixed some minor things
- elasticutils: overhauled docs, updated changelog and added a bunch of tests -- probably ready for a 0.7 release
- tower: updated docs
Awaiting new roommate. He should be here in the next few days.