- 1:00pm Pacific time (20:00 UTC until November 2, 2008)
- Mozilla HQ, 1st floor conference table
- +1 650 903 0800 x91 Conf# 8600 (US/International)
- +1 416 848 3114 x91 Conf# 8600 (Canada)
- +1 800 707 2533 (pin 369) Conf# 8600 (US Toll Free)
- join irc.mozilla.org #staffmeeting for backchannel
note: all participants are muted automatically; if you want to talk, press *1 to un-mute yourself
- 1 Friends of the Tree
- 2 Development Updates
- 3 Foundation Updates
- 4 Roundtable
- 5 Other Business
TB 184.108.40.206 / Fx 220.127.116.11 / TB 18.104.22.168
Held Thunderbird 22.214.171.124 post-mortem last Wednesday. Tb 126.96.36.199 shipped with a bug which is annoying for people using per-user certificates over SSL connections bug 431819. We're trying to figure out what the right course of action is to remedy that.
Also have been doing triage for Firefox and Thunderbird 188.8.131.52.
Shredder a1 (AKA Tb 3.0a1)
is about to leave QA has been signed off by QA and will soon be released. Onwards to a2!
- RC1 Status
- Work week update
- Working on scale issues for sumo, services.amo and other FF3 launch sites
- MySQL 5 upgrades, in progress
- cb-vmware01 will be upgraded to esx 3.5 bug 433031, SeaMonkey is affected
- build-graphs will be migrated to a new VM tomorrow night (bug 431380)
- Bonsai upgrade (bug 399693) will be attempted again tomorrow night (now that bug 52573 is fixed)
- Audited 195 tinderbox tree configs and fixed numerous problems (bug 397298)
- Bugzilla Round 2 - http://wiki.mozilla.org/Bugzilla_Fixup
- TB3.0a1 release. A first on a whole bunch of levels
- FF3.0rc1 linux, mac done. win32 signing in progress, should be available mid-afternoon.
- bunch of maintenance going on while signing in progress; downtime in progress
Firefox/Thunderbird 2.0.0.x [ss, abillings]
- Thunderbird 184.108.40.206 - Held post-mortem meeting
- Firefox/Thunderbird 220.127.116.11 - Currently in triage. Considering an earlier release to fix a serious regression in Thunderbird.
- See RC1 test plan
- First ever QA Team Bug Bash was held on Tues, May 6th. The team verified 78 Firefox and core bug fixes, added 5 litmus tests, and updated 3 litmus tests.
- 290 FFX3/Core bug fixes verified in the last two weeks!
- 25 new litmus test cases added
- Added a Litmus test suite for keyboard regressions on Mac [marcia]
- Feature testing
- Security: Investigated automated eggplant security test false failures. [tracy]
- Places: bug triage, verified 10 P1/p2 blocking bugs, wrote new litmus test cases, cleaned up distribution of Litmus test cases between BFTs and FFTs. Updated Places Test Tracking wiki page with current automated tests and status.[tracy, ctalbert]
- Accessibility: Worked with Alexander Surkov to fix a bug causing hangs when accessing lists. See bug 431802 [marcoz]
- Protocol Handling: Addressed comments 14 and 15 in bug 426260 regarding mailto: handling. Added a UTF-8 handling test.
- L10n: tested translated product pages. [stephend, tchung]
- Leak testing: found 13 new bugs.
- Minotaur: Worked on patch for buildbot integration with help from Robcee. This will allow automated L10n testing as part of the unit test infrastructure. [ctalbert]
- Code Coverage: Started Windows and Mac builds using bullseye code coverage tool. We are working on some code coverage/test coverage analysis in the platform area. [ctalbert]
- Gristmill: Made progress investigating and planning this XUL test automation app [ctalbert, mikeal]
- Sisyphus (automated JS test harness): modifyed Sisyphus to support running valgrind on any of the tests through the setting of an environment variable
Web Dev testing [stephend]
- Verified 11 bug fixes for mozilla.com update.
- Plan to test and ship Remora 3.4.2 this week.
- Accessibility [marcoz]
- Attended German Web 2.0 Accessibility Conference called Einfach für Alle - Konzepte und Zukunftsbilder für ein Barrierefreies Internet, loosely translated “Simply for all - Concepts and Visions for an accessible internet”. See Marco's blog post.
- Attended SightCity in Frankfurt, Germany. See Marco's other blog posting.
- Grant work: Investigated grants in the areas of 1) Common accessibility patterns in HTML coding, and what could be converted into standard proposals for HTML 5 and 2) ChatZilla enhancements
- Completed visual redesign of the QMO site. See Jay's blog post.
- We had a test day on Fri, May 9th. The topic was general trunk nightly testing. 151 test cases were run by community members. See the results.
PR - FF3 Launch US Media Tour: this week - Bay Area and Seattle
- FOSSCoach at OSCON
- Open Source Day at Jordan University, May 8, 2008: Student organized Firefox Festival took place.
- Contest launch next Monday, May 19 spreadfirefox.com/screencastcontest
- Next SUMO Day (Support Firefox Day) on Friday, May 23 
- Net Applications republished their April market share report. They issued an alert and clarification on their homepage. April’s worldwide market share percentage for Firefox had been reported as 16.96%; it’s now 17.76%.
- Places documentation reorganization and wrap-up work continues to progress.
- We now have a test server running MDC on MindTouch Deki Wiki. It's not quite ready for folks to play with yet, but should be in the next few days. Expect an announcement regarding that soon.
- For The Record post clarifying some of the more...breathless reporting of the Vietnamese Language Pack issue.
- Two community surveys are launching this week: one on about:mozilla newsletter and a second on FISL conference participation
Webdev, Add-ons, AMO
- SFX and MozParty moving along, on schedule for Fx3
- Breakpad/Socorro - fixes for infinite loops, failure tracking and other processor issues staged, updates to be pushed this week (see bugs)
- Socorro aggregate table patch will be staged this week (bugs bug 426386, bug 426389, bug 426410)
- SUMO performance has improved dramatically over the last week (again), djst has more info on schedule/roadmap - thanks to laura, nelson and les for their work on this
- Rounded up pending blocklist requests, marked some as invalid - please read Blocklisting info before filing requests
- AMO 3.4.2 code freeze is tonight, team has been working on getting through our second 3.4 milestone
- Verbatim planning is scaling up
- Working on next steps for QMO2 w/ Jay
- Alex worked on HeadRush -- get the code
- Grants and related activities
- With support from people who've designated donations for Bugzilla, the Mozilla Foundation is funding a new project to be undertaken by Everything Solved, Inc. As a major Bugzilla contributor and customization expert, Everything Solved will survey large corporations and organizations already using Bugzilla in order to determine what the most desired enhancements and changes are. This will help guide the Bugzilla project for future development, and will also begin a standardized and organized list of feature ideas from the most visible users of Bugzilla.
- Legal issues
- Frank is getting a final round of legal review for the proposed new Mozilla committer's agreement.
- CAs and related issues
- Frank held discussions with various parties about how to resolve issues with disabling email trust for certificates issued by DigiNotar.
- Public communication
- Upcoming activities