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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
- Everybody who got mozilla-inbound off the ground, particularly Mounir Lamouri for doing many merges this past week.
- The Release Engineering team created an unheard of 10 releases in 9 days. Being able to create these builds--many with record turnaround--is a testament to the time and hard work invested into their automation and processes. Additionally, their tolerance for last-minute changes and overall can-do attitude has made Firefox 5 development a lot less stressful for the rest of us
- ashughes and the entire QA team for qualifying those 10 releases in 9 days.
Monday, 20 June
Tuesday, 21 June
- Firefox 5 release! Catch it on Air Mozilla, by dial-in using our all hands details, on irc at #airmozilla or in-person in 10Forward starting at 6:45 a.m. PDT. If you're joining us in 10Forward, please sign up for breakfast.
Wednesday, 22 June
Thursday, 23 June
Friday, 24 June Firefox mobile test day
Product Status Updates
Firefox Future (5, 6, 7)
- Firefox 5 ships tomorrow, bright and early!
- Repeat after me: These trains run on time
- 2 weeks until the next train
- A brief digression on trains
Firefox Current (3.5, 3.6, 4.0)
- Firefox 3.6.18 ships tomorrow!
- Firefox 3.6.18 also ships to 3.5 users
- Firefox 5 ships tomorrow (with desktop, based off the same changeset)
- 3.1.11 release tomorrow.
- Second/final beta for 5.0 out this week.
- Save the Date: 2011 Mozilla Drumbeat Festival
- Media, Freedom and the Web. November 4 - 6, 2011. London, UK
- Bringing together designers, journalists, and developers to hack and prototype online media's future.
- More: http://mzl.la/festivaldate
- Awesome new Popcorn project just launched: VisionsofStudents.org
- Lead by Michael Welsch of "The Machine is Us/ing Us" fame
- Idea born at the Open Video Conference around bringing open web literacy to classrooms. (See Michael's insightful blog post.)
The limit is 3 minutes per speaker. It's like a lightning talk, but don't feel that you have to have slides in order to make a presentation.
|Mozilla Reps Update||William Quiviger||General update on a cool new program launched by the Contributor Engagement team||||http://wiki.mozilla.org/ReMo|
Status Updates By Team
- Desktop Firefox
- Shipped Fennec 5 Beta 7 (final beta)
- Signed off Fennec 5 RC
- Fennec Reftest extension is fully working on devices now
- New Services QA Hire: James Bonacci
- QA Community
Automation & Tools
Introducing New Hires
New Full-time hires
- Scott Johnson, Platform (Layout)
- James Bonacci, Services QA
- Chelsea Novak, User Engagement
- Tim Fairfield, Global Desktop Support Mgr.
- Guillaume Destuynder, Infrastructure Security Engr (Paris)
- Chris Lord, Mobile (London)
- Gian-Carlo, Mobile (Belgium)
Welcome New Interns!
- Tim Disney, Research
- Tom Austin, returning intern (yay!), Research
- David Kettler, Labs
- Jim Chen, Mobile
- Rebecca Weiss, Metrics