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Robert Kaiser escribió:Weekly Status Report, W06-W07/2012
Here's a short summary of Mozilla-related work I've done in week 05/2012 (January 30 - February 5, 2012):
- Mozilla work / crash-stats:
As we're delivering ESR versions now, I filed a bug to support ESR on Socorro, and after that, had some discussions with the team on how we'll go for that.
We've reverted the plugin crash/hang UI on the development channels as well, and so should get enough reports again.
Also, we tracked the plugin hang regression in 11 to changing the hang timeout and revert that as well.
My first Socorro patch, forcing correlation reports for in-development versions, has landed in production.
Watched and tested Socorro 2.4.2 landing, including Java stack traces in crash reports and per-OS topcrash reports.
We're also getting read to access the Socorro DB from scripts, but need PostgreSQL support on our analysis machine first.
Worked with the Socorro team on proposed fixes for CrashKill priorities.
As usual, continued watching new/rising crashes, caring that bugs are filed where needed.
Fixed metrics pages to correctly list new versions and simplified code for it.
Fixed the build system porting tracker to work with the new Mercurial deployed on Mozilla servers.
Reviewed SeaMonkey binary restructuring.
I worked on getting my themes up to date for the current SeaMonkey and Firefox releases, currently testing them.
- Various Discussions/Topics:
Fennec XUL builds and tablet releases, Fennec UA, Gecko token of Mozilla UAs, build ID in about:support, B2G/Gaia and L20n, SeaMonkey build machines, etc.
I didn't get around to building this list last week, so I'm doing this report for both weeks at once. A lot of things is going on at Mozilla right now, and it looks a lot to me like we are shooting for a media big bang at Mobile World Congress
. To not stir up too much, there seems to be nothing in there that isn't known in the community, it just looks like we are going to market a lot of things to the press and the mobile world at large there. Teams have been working on demos, e.g. for B2G, we're trying to get the new Firefox for Android in shape, the new brand for identity initiatives up until that date, etc. Should become an interesting event, let's hope we make some impact for open technology and standards on the web there!Entry written by KaiRo and posted on February 21th, 2012' 14:02h
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