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- 1 Video for today's meeting
- 2 Friends of the Tree
- 3 Upcoming Events
- 4 Product Status Updates
- 5 Speakers
- 6 Status Updates By Team
- 7 Introducing New Hires
- 8 Foundation Updates
- 9 Roundtable
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Friends of the Tree
- For above-and-beyond contributions to documentation on MDC:
- Mossop (Dave Townsend) - Add-ons Manager
- teoli - Content on new HTML5 sectioning and more
- trevorh (Trevor Hobson) - Lots of docs for XPCOM interfaces, plus improvements to our custom templates and scripts
- elchi3 (Florian Scholz) - Resurrected the German localization with vigor, and has done tons of general sitewide cleanup and template work
Monday, 21 June
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Wednesday, 23 June
Thursday, 24 June
Friday, 25 June
Product Status Updates
- Firefox 3.6.4
- Build #7 (built a week ago) is available here
- We have been holding 3.6.4 while investigating some crash-stats irregularities
- We will be determining if we ship anyway, more info to come later today
- Known issues / issues we are watching but aren't blockers can be found with this query
- Firefox 3.6.6
- We will be skipping over the version number 3.6.5 (see the blog post)
- Code freeze is this Friday, 2010-06-25 @ 11:59 pm PST
- Plan is to ship before BlackHat (which is end of July). See https://wiki.mozilla.org/Releases/Firefox_3.6.6 for complete and alternate schedules
- 1.1 RC1 for Maemo
- Live today
- Expected to be final release
- 2.0 A1 for Maemo
- Code freeze on Friday
- 2.0 A1 for Android
- Work in progress, code freeze to be announced shortly
- Barring unforeseen complications, we plan to ship Thunderbird 3.1RC2 as 3.1 final later this week.
Older Branch Work
- Firefox 3.5.10
- Still tied to 3.6.4
- No known outstanding issues
- Firefox 3.5.11
- Tied to 3.6.6
- Code freeze is this Friday
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Status Updates By Team
- Thunderbird 3.1RC2 has shipped; making preparations for 3.1 final.
- 3.2 work beginning; current focus mostly on getting trunk in better shape
- Turned down Talkback (bug 533614)
- Worked through some network performance issues with Global Crossing (bug 571922)
- Had a number of
hgissues from upgrades on Friday (bug 551015)
- l10n infrastructure was offline for a few hours Sunday (FIXED)
- various pushlog issues (FIXED)
- We will be moving our Amsterdam POP. Details to follow.
- Tentative date, June 28.
- lots of people ping-ed buildduty last week asking for errant try-server builds to be canceled, or to have extra tests run on an existing build. This is excellent. Please keep it up.
- BTW: work-around for platform specific try builds: use custom mozconfigs with exit 1 on the platforms you DON'T need. See Using_a_custom_mozconfig for details on using custom mozconfigs.
- deployed buildbot 0.8.0 and the schedulerdb to most of our buildbot masters last week. This makes it easier for releng to manage the job queue and serve you.
- stage cleaning policy finally adopted and implemented. See StageCleanupPolicy for more details.
- deployed nagios checks to uncover hung buildslaves. This has led to improved turnaround times as slaves get back to doing useful work sooner.
- disabled CentOS unit tests for mozilla-central
- New branches this week: mozilla-2.0 (aka Firefox4.0), jaegermonkey, and also disposable project branches that can be booked out by devs for temporary project usage - more info here: DisposableProjectBranches
- QA Org Highlights
- Desktop Firefox
- Shipped 3.7 a5
- Hopefully 3.6.4 will go out next week, but is being held due to crash spike issues.
- Web QA
- AMO 5.11.1 was pushed live.The release went out very well.
- QA Services
- Start planing for QMO 2.1 and 3.0
Automation & Tools
- Managed to land Websockets support in time for Firefox 4 Beta. (Thanks to Jgriffin)
- Have Automated Firebug tests reporting and running against trunk in staging. See the results here.
- Talos testing for Addons has made it through reviews - bug 559929. Still waiting on scheduler changes to get to final.
- More information here.
- Firefox Friday Five: Encrypt the Web, Firefox on the iPhone, and a few tricks!
- Mozilla tracking a week in the life of a Firefox browser
- The EFF releases new HTTPS Everywhere Firefox extension
- Mozilla designer touts tricks to give Firefox the illusion of speed
- Black Hat USA 2010 July 24-29, 2010; Las Vegas, NV - We will be hosting our "traditional" Mozilla milk & cookies party on 7/28. Look for more information shortly.
- FISL 2010 July 21-24, 2010; Porto Alegre, Brasil - We are looking into having a Mozilla room, talks and other activities. Follow progress on thewiki page.
- GUADEC 2010 - July 24-30, 2010; Netherlands. We are sponsoring at the bronze level. No Mozilla talks scheduled.
- Open Video Conference 2010 - October 1-2, 2010; New York, NY - Looking over sponsorship opportunities.
- BlogHer '10 - August 6-7, 2010 - Looking into sponsorship opportunities - we will be having a hotel suite and a presence in the GeekLab. More details soon!
- Maker Faire Africa - August 27-28, 2010; Nairobi, Kenya - Looking into sponsorship opportunties.
- Renegade Craft Fair Chicago 2010 - September 11-12, 2010 - We will have a booth and be doing some innovative activities. Check out the wiki for more details Looking into sponsorship opportunities.
- London Add-ons Challenge (name TBC): Exploring two consumer-focused events in SF & London.
- Community Marketing Call: Next call is Wednesday June 23rd at 10 a.m. PST/17:00 UTC. Please send agenda items to mary at mozilla dot com.
- Tentative Q3 goals include:
- Our top 5 articles have been rewritten - details
- Established which items should be given top priority in the new knowledge base software - details
- Live Chat hours will be extended for the Firefox 3.6.4 release
- Bespin 0.8 has been released. Many new features and much smaller embedded size.