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27-April-2016

Mobile: 2016-04-27

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Schedule

Friends of the Mobile Team

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  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1218317 – Size of files not displayed in “about:downloads” after restarting Firefox
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1264717 – Add extended session store debug logging (behind a pref)
  • Mark Capella [:capella] fixed bug 1257843 – Probe to measure when user enters text selection UI
  • Mark Capella [:capella] fixed bug 1265750 – Some word cannot be selected via long pressing
  • Mark Capella [:capella] fixed bug 1267383 – Followup Telemetry from Bug 1257843, Text Selection Probe
  • Mike Kaply [:mkaply] fixed bug 1266086 – Search: Add support for :hidden in list.txt
  • Mike Kaply [:mkaply] fixed bug 1266740 – Resync search plugins for 4.0
  • Rutuja fixed bug 1115006 – Use Downloads.getSystemDownloadsDirectory to get the download directory for about:memory
  • Tristan fixed bug 1178722 – Select with multiple selection – options visibility not respected in popup
  • Tushar Saini (:shatur) fixed bug 1250387 – Kill GeckoConnectivityReceiver.java and improve GeckoNetworkManager.java

Team Updates

Android platform

snorp, jchen, rbarker, esawin, droeh

Android front-end

margaret, liuche, mcomella, sebastian, ahunt, grisha

iOS

bkmunar, bnicholson, fluffyemily, fpatel, jhugman, sleroux, st3fan

Builds & Releases

  • Fourth 4.0 TestFlight build is out. Please join the FIrefox Beta at http://bit.ly/1MxpjiC – These are ‘when things change’
    • Includes Telemetry Core Ping – http://cl.ly/1m431o2Q2w0l
    • Bug 1268033 – Firefox becomes unresponsive when updating to 4.0.0b4

Development Updates / Work in Progress

  • [fluffyemily] menu landed (master) – https://mozilla.invisionapp.com/share/MB5WYXM7F#/screens
  • [fluffyemily] starting work on surfacing sync status in settings and status bar
  • [sleroux] Updated tab tray to include new toolbar along with Emily’s menu work
  • [sleroux] Fixing up lingering issues with passcode and login screens
  • [farhan] Working on third party search
  • [bnicholson] Security fixes
  • [bnicholson] Core ping started

UX

tecgirl, antlam, gemma, (sevaan)

Click here for individual status updates

QA

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26-April-2016

SeaMonkey: 2016-04-26

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Agenda

  • Who’s taking minutes? -> Ratty
  • Nominees for Friends of the Fish Tank:
    • Ewongwho got the Linux32/Linux64 nightlies out just in time for the central->aurora release train.

Action Items

(who needs to do what that hasn’t been recorded in a bug)
We should assign people to the open items.

NEW

OPEN

  • Google API key for Safe Browsing. Ewong/Callek about getting it loaded onto the build machines.
    • Mcsmurf will generate an updated key and pass it to Ewong who will then upload it to our build machines.
    • Update from Ewong: Hasn’t received the key from mcsmurf yet.
  • IanN to review members mailing-list and council appointments (IanN to talk to mcsmurf about members list)
    • TODO: Add Adrian Kalla to RelEng team.

CLOSED

Status of the SeaMonkey Buildbot Master and Tree

Previously on Agents of SHIELD:

A) create an instance of the current Buildbot-based system specifically for Thunderbird; or
B) port Thunderbird to a new system using Taskcluster and Amazon Machine Images (AMIs).
We believe porting Thunderbird to a new system is the best plan of these two by a wide margin. Buildbot is old and patched and not easy to understand. That system would require physical rather than virtual machines. Firefox is also moving to Taskcluster, which is a new build and release automation system being written for Mozilla particularly to meet the needs of products with complex requirements like Firefox and Thunderbird. We imagine the cost of operating a Taskcluster system, in both money and person-hours, would be much less. This is good for Thunderbird in the long term, as it makes the system much more manageable.
    • Callek thinks that a (scaled down) Taskcluster system would be appropriate for SeaMonkey. We have been piggy-backing on Mozilla infrastructure since the begining. If/When the Thunderbird Project gets it’s own infrastructure, it makes sense for SeaMonkey to tag along. One problem is – does Thunderbird want us tagging along? The SeaMonkey project does have the financial resources to pay for our share of AMI.
  • Chatzilla locale generation: Frg investigating why the L10n xpi isn’t being added into the installer.

Routine reports:

  • Notes:
    • Comm-Central just broke. nsRunnable has benn renamed bug 1265927. MailNews bug 1265927 has been opened to fix this problem. Everything else compiles.
    • comm-* branches are still closed due to the merges. Windows32 and OSX are still not building though.
    • Callek: Regarding the windows systems, sadly no progress yet. I’m hopeful we can get done sooner than later, I’m realistic expecting it won’t be until January at earliest any time soon.
    • Ewong will set up a cron job to do semi regular builds on the loaner machine.
    • Windows nightly trunk builds are unavailable due to various bugs such as bug 1092468 and bug 1108970. Migrating our Windows builders to Win2008 and our compiler toolchain to VS2015 would likely solve this and other bustages. Ratty’ is currently reviewing these and other patches to make this happen.
    • There are also some upcoming changes to L10n build system in Q1 2015 (bug 1107635).
    • Even en-US builds have stopped again. The latest trunk nightlies were 2.45a1 dated 8-Mar-2016 for W32; 2.46a1 dated 26-Apr-2016 for L32 & L64, and 2.43a1 dated 6-Jan-2016 for Mac. ** bug 1083689 Langpacks aren’t updated when auto-updating SeaMonkey because they aren’t uploaded to AMO. The solution requires changes in SeaMonkey RelEng (and possibly AMO).
    • wrt bug 1155011, we already have a Soccoro token. The patches on bug 1155013 require approval and then pushed and the work-around patches backed out.
  • [26th April 2016]
    • [*All Trees*]
    • [comm-central]
    • [comm-beta, comm-release]
      • Linux*: Busted. Waiting for review on patches for c-b and c-r from bug 1190773.
      • OSX64: busted due to bug 1260362.
  • See RelEng page for the RelEng status history.

Release Train

  • SeaMonkey 2.40 is out.
  • We are skipping SeaMonkey 2.41 and 2.42 and going directly to 2.43 betas.
  • Backup plan in case we need it is to do some releases off comm-esr45. These will be 2.42.x releases.
    • [frg] I used 2.42 too since Beta 1. It is stable as 2.43, I backported Data Manager and a few other fixed bugs like Safe Browsing.
    • Need to check how to port L10n changes from SeaMonkey 2.43 to comm-esr. bug 1240738 tracks l10n changes that need uplifting to 2.42.x in case we build from 45.x ESR.
  • Merges were performed as scheduled on April 25 (mozilla-beta → release: April 15).
    • comm-release default has moved to SM 2.43.
      • We need is land bug 1266052 and bug 1265246 on comm-release in order to build 2.43.
      • If possible we should also land bug 1265181 and bug 1265326 but there is some bit rot preventing these from applying properly. “Please apply patches from bug 1260697 and bug 1265170 first.”
    • comm-release and mozilla-release are now on 46.0.
    • comm-esr45 and mozilla-esr45 are current in preparation of TB 45.1 release.
    • lots of comm-beta bug fixes landed on THUNDERBIRD451b1_2016042214_RELBRANCH (for 45.1, mirroring comm-esr45) but not the default branch
      • changesets landing on relbranch only which contain non-mail/non-calendar diffs: ff7bcfb79ba3, 83fd96b13074, 3497b6426758, ff8a2e5bcaaf, 2242b156ded5
      • not entirely clear how this will affect building 2.42/2.43 off comm-release after the merge
      • Ratty: After the merge on 2016-04-25 comm-beta is now at Gecko 47b which corresponds to SeaMonkey 2.44b so everything should match up. Everything in THUNDERBIRD451b1_2016042214_RELBRANCH should be on the BETA_BASE_20160425 tag.
  • Useful Firefox Release Schedule link: Releases Scheduling

Extensions and Plugins Compatibility Tracking

  • See Basics page. Please only list current changes here.
  • Addon Compatibility Listings (outdated), altertative list started (currently Rainer Bielefeld is the only active maintainer)
  • There is still no matching Lightning version for 2.43 and since Thunderbird skipped the TB 46.0 beta, there may not be any (Lightning 4.8b1).
  • We are looking for a new place to host the Addon Compatibility Listings for the Add-on Converter in order to make it easy to maintain and to serve as the main database for the AMO browsing extension in the future. The details are in this post.
  • Firefox & Thunderbird Add-on Converter for SeaMonkey http://addonconverter.fotokraina.com/
    This tool goes a little further beyond simply modifying install.rdf – it also identifies a few more other things in the code that are Firefox or Thunderbird specific and attempts to change them. Of course, not all extensions can be ported so easily to SeaMonkey since there’s only so much an automated tool like that can do.
    • Lemon Juice continues to improve his already impressive Addon Converter. The source is now available on GitHub [1].
    • looking for a better(?) home for extension-converter pages, along with a way to track successful and conversion-failed add-ons, and respective integration into SeaMonkey by add-on or manager overlay [2], bug 1145026.
    • Rainer Bielefeld will no longer update the list of Firefox addons that have been successfully converted by the Addon Converter. — Rrbd (talk) 09:59, 16 August 2015 (PDT)
    • Ratty filed bug 1130390 to add a link on seamonkey-projects.org to the Firefox & Thunderbird Add-on Converter for SeaMonkey.
    • The AMO Browsing for SeaMonkey extension, which makes AMO pages a lot more SeaMonkey-friendly, seems mature. (It had 9 successive revisions between 27 September and 3 October, and no change since then.) It was developed by LemonJuice (of Add-on Converter fame), and Tonymec, who tested it and now uses it, supports it enthusiastically. The author proposes to add it as a “built-in extension” besides ChatZilla, DOMi and the like. What do you think? (See also Bug 1145026: AMO Add-On-Descriptions: Add link function leading to SeaMonkey add-on-converter and filling URL input pane; the extension actually does much more than the bug’s Summary implies: for instance it gets rid of the stupid “You need Firefox 10 or later” popups.
  • The Thunderbird team is currently shipping Lightning with Thunderbird. IanN is working on shipping Lightning with SeaMonkey. Related bugs:
    • bug 516026 Integrate Lightning Into SeaMonkey by Default and Ship SeaMonkey with Lightning Enabled
    • bug 1130854 Package Lightning with Thunderbird for c-c and c-a builds.
    • bug 1113183 Integrate Lightning Into Thunderbird by Default.
    • bug 1130852 Add opt-in dialog to promote Calendar integration [Thunderbird].

2.x (Last, Current, Next)

2.40

open tracking (0)
tracking requests (5)
targeted (2)
fixed (14)

2.Next

  • We need someone to work on porting sync 2.0 over to replace legacy sync code. Frg might look into this if he doesn’t have anything more urgent to work on.
    See: New Firefox Sync has landed in Firefox Nightly. Tracked in:
    • bug 998807 Sync account creation or device pairing fails with exception in BrowserIDManager.
    • bug 1003434 Add support for about:sync-progress.
  • Stalled. Needs a kick.
    • bug 815954 Click-to-Play: Port bug 812562 (click-to-play blocklisted plugins: reshow urlbar notification as with normal click-to-play).
    • bug 476108 GetShortPathNameW fails under some NTFS junctions [patchlove].
  • Current breakages (have patches need review and check-in):
  • Mozilla-central bugs that affect us:
    • Firefox has changed the styles of several Toolkit pages to their “in-content” designs which however look very out of place in our current classic and modern themes.
      • about:config Fixed in SeaMonkey bug 1222816.
      • about:privatebrowsing Fixed in SeaMonkey [bug 1192276
        • Subsequent to Chameleon, Firefox developers have again redesigned the about:privatebrowsing UI to include UI for tracking protection. We should look into picking any changes we like.
      • Affected pages that need to be fixed are about:addons [bug 1222817], about:support [bug 1222818] (looks ok in Modern but painful in the Default theme).
      • Toolkit meta bug for about:* pages: bug 1097111 – SeaMonkey tracking in bug 1133743.
      • Modern may need updating as IDs are changing, Default needs forking if we want to roll back to previous styles.
    • A lot of these bugs are due to mozilla-central switching from synchronous APIs to Asynchronous APIs.
    • bug 566746 (asyncFormHistory) Form history should use asynchronous storage API. Tracked in:
      • bug 912031 Use Asynchronous FormHistory.jsm in place of nsIFormHistory2 in Suite. Currently being worked on by IanN.
    • The C++ downloads manager backend nsIDownloadManager is being decommissioned. Firefox and Thunderbird have migrated to jsdownloads.
    • bug 825588 Asynchronous JavaScript API for downloads and bug 851471 Decommission nsIDownloadManager. Tracked in:
      • bug 888915 Move SeaMonkey to the new JavaScript API for downloads when nsIDownloadManager is decommissioned. Neil has a WIP patch on hand.
    • We’ve picked up he default for security.tls.version.min from Mozilla Core, but security.tls.version.fallback-limit is new. So we need to consider adding the latter to our preferences UI (bug 1123673) WONTFIX.
      • Rsx11m filed bug 1267631 Update the SSL/TLS Preference Pane once TLS 1.3 is implemented and ready for prime time.
  • bug 1198340 The carousel within Add-On Manager can be used for SeaMonkey specific content. TO DO: Find out what sort of format AMO needs for the carousel. Get our webdev person to create necessary content. Submit content for upload to AMO.
    • Unfortunately nobody knows exactly how addons.mozilla.works because there’s no full time developer working on AMO. Ratty was given bug 1009759 as an example. So now we need someone who knows python+django.
    • About specific aspects of this problem, see: bug 1230796, bug 1230804, bug 1230806 and maybe more.
    • [Ratty] The url for the discovery pane is set in a pref. Instantbird points the URL to a chrome XUL document. If we do this we don’t have to worry about the python stuff.

Feature List, Planning

Bug statistics for the last two (full) weeks: 17 new, 16 fixed, 9 triaged.

  • medium triaging effort, below-average number of new bugs files.

Open reviews/flags:
60 review
5 super-review
2 ui-review
11 feedback

  • See Feature List page for major wanted/needed features.
  • TODO:
    • The toolkit help viewer is going away. Neil is working on resuscitating the old XPFE help viewer which apparently has more features.
      • Toolkit Help Viewer bugs will be moved to the SeaMonkey product. This is tracked in bug 1243203.
      • Neil is AFK for the forseeable future so we need to plan to import the Help Viewer code to comm-central if they remove it before Neil can come around to fix things.
    • Remove debugQA from Seamonkey or overhaul it removing obsolete items. See discussion in bug 1258226
    • Encrypted Media Extensions / Digital Rights Management
      • bug 1127784 added a preference and UI to enable/disable playback of Encrypted Media Extensions, with UI seen in non-release builds only
      • More work appears to be needed to download necessary 3rd-party Content Decryption Modules, some UI can probably be ported from Firefox
  • Mozilla wants to Move Thunderbird off MoCo infrastructure and onto their own, which will likely affect SeaMonkey as well
  • Fundamental core features Firefox/Mozilla plans to remove:
    • bug 1222546 Product plan: remove support for heavyweight themes
      • If effective for all Toolkit applications, would render most 3rd-party themes defunct.
      • No sufficiently plausible specifics provided ‘why’ full themes ‘must’ no longer be supported.
      • No clear statements by the Firefox drivers, bug has been restricted for comments since.
      • Discussion diverted to https://discourse.mozilla-community.org/t/planning-the-future-of-complete-themes/
      • See bsmedberg’s post #14, targeted for Gecko 49 (April 2016).
      • May prohibit Modern theme being shipped with or installed in SeaMonkey.
      • Removal is “decided” without any clear alternative envisioned.
  • What about declaring linux-x86_64 builds found at seamonkey-project.org and at ftp.m.o as “official” ?Tonymec (talk) 13:56, 7 October 2015 (PDT)
    • On October 7 two people asked in #seamonkey at a few minutes’ interval when there would be “official” 64-bit SM builds for Linux. I pointed them to the x86_64 release at the bottom of the “Other languages” release page for 2.38 and to the x86_64 2.40a2 aurora & 2.41a1 trunk builds at the bottom of the ftp.m.o nightly/latest-comm-* pages but they said these were not “official”.
    • How are we going to get out of the following vicious circle? 64-bit builds are not “official” because too few users, and users don’t install them (some even prefer compiling their own) because they aren’t “official”.
    • Maybe change the online documentation? (perhaps as part of bug 1208822 “System Requirements page needs update”?)
    • [ewong:] what’s the prerequisites of making the Linux64 builds ‘official’ aside for the issue of getting the tests done for Linux64; but our testing infrastructure is busted. bug 1209378

Roundtable – Personal Status Updates

Neil has a new job and doesn’t have any time to devote to SeaMonkey. Please re-direct review requests to Ratty or IanN who will redirect elsewhere if needed.

Status Updates from developers – what are you working on, what’s the progress, any other comments? (feel free to add yourself to the list if your name is missing and you have interesting status).

ewong

frg

Waiting for review / branch check in or feedback:

  • bug 1055954 popup exceptions are not added. Updated patch for popup menu.
  • bug 1223741 Updating to 2.39B allow images not working. Follow up Data Manager change to allow chrome, files and other schemes to not cause errors still needs some work and will get a new bug number.
  • bug 1224437 No “Publishing completed” status after green tick, publishing does not terminate
  • bug 1265130 Bug 1265130 bustage in ‘make package’ for extensions due to removal of MOZ_OMNIJAR. Ratty and I are in disagreement/unsure which path to take. I would say remove the variable and the flat packing code. TB and FF are doing the same. 2.45+ suite will not build without a fix for this.

Working on:

  • bug 1258226 Remove debugQA from SeaMonkey. Input please if this should be up for reviewed if we should keep debugQA in it’s current state. A little on the back burner but not forgotten
  • bug 1238767 Localized Suite build fails in DebugQA: Stalled. I think the l10 build system might be responsible and tries to pick up files from the wrong location. Adrian Kalla thinks I need to do an l10 merge only. I disagree because the xpi only explicitly supports en-US builds.
  • bug 1256714 Aero Peek not working. Digged deeper into it. Works for everything but websites with a zoom factor < 100%. Might be a backend bug with scale.

Titbits:

  • Will try to work on Sync next as promised.

Other things on my mind:

  • –enable-optimize=-O2 should be used for Windows release builds. Linux gcc –enable-optimize optimizes for speed. With VS2013/VS2015 it optimizes for size. Resulting O2 Windows build feels a lot snappier.
  • bug 1244467 Localized Builds: ChatZilla language pack missing from SeaMonkey installer package will not be fixed by bug 1210791. mozmake installer under Windows includes the l10n xpi in local builds.
  • When looking in Bugzilla what to do next I found a lot of in my eyes obsolete bugs in a short time. Who can close them. Tracking them in a meta bug? A little on the backburner too but also not forgotten.
Comment from 03/29: I am working on this problem. We have lots of UNCONFIRMED Bugs, many of them old /obsolete. But in my systematic review (may be 3 … 5 each week) I find (approximately) 25% of these old bugs real bugs, half of them Core half of them really SeaMonkey bugs. With this speed review still will take 2 more years or so, but I think it’s better than a mass-close. — Rrbd (talk) 10:53, 29 March 2016 (PDT)

Some more precise statistics here in the unofficial blog. — Rrbd (talk) 22:31, 29 March 2016 (PDT)

IanN

  • Usual localising, testing, reviewing, commenting and approving.
  • Fixed:
  • Fixed for c-c:
  • Fixed for m-c:
  • Fixed for m-i/fx-i:
  • Pending tree opening:
  • Pending approval for check in:
  • Pending checkin for dependent bugs:
    • bug 653386 Consider overriding netErrorApp.dtd rather than netError.dtd
  • Checked in pending review:
  • Waiting for feedback/review/information:
    • bug 1061348 Port |bug 575283 – Cleanup mozconfig files on all platforms| to SeaMonkey
    • bug 1163441 Use FINAL_TARGET_FILES and DIST_FILES for Thunderbird themes
  • Fixing review comments before checkin:
    • bug 757230 When using add button for permissions in Data Manager set a displayHost
    • bug 798147 Switch to correct pref pane if pref window already open
  • Working on:
    • bug 1101381 Printing throws error: DEPRECATION WARNING: getWebBrowserPrint is now deprecated, and fully unsupported for multi-process browsers. Please use a frame script to get access to nsIWebBrowserPrint from content
    • bug 1190179 Port |bug 1067325 – Add an option to view html source in a tab| to SeaMonkey
    • bug 1051642 Allow for flat chrome format when packaging extensions
    • bug 943335 [TB] Update icons used in searchplugins (Yahoo, eBay, Wikipedia, Amazon, Bing, Twitter)
    • Various SM Council documents.
    • bug 606683 Allow customization of toolbar in Composer and MailNews Composition
    • bug 639690 [META] Re-arrange code between editor and editorOverlay
    • bug 773979 [META] Switch to new drag and drop api in SeaMonkey
    • bug 657234 Move pasteQuote and pasteNoFormatting into contentAreaContextOverlay
    • File/Folder selection in windows.
  • To Do:
    • bug 639395 Get cmd_fontSize to reflect current state of selected content / content at caret.
    • Prefs-in-a-tab.
    • Create FAQ for Friends of the Fish Tank.
    • Help get composer standalone builds working with –enable-tests.

Rainer Bielefeld

I will not participate.

currently working on
ToDos
  • I will submit a bigger number of Bugs or enhancement requests for SeaMonkey Help and contribute fixes, hoping to find some new volunteers to add fixes to Help files.

Ratty

Fixed:

  • bug 1222816 Restore about:config UI (Config Editor) to old appearance by overriding Toolkit’s Project Chameleon styles.
  • bug 1259928 “View Selection Source” throws TypeError: args is null Source File: chrome://global/content/viewPartialSource.js.
  • bug 1261685 All Bookmarks functionality broken due to Toolkit bug 1257599 which renamed ‘Unsorted Bookmarks’ into ‘Other Bookmarks’.

In Progress:

  • Not much. Concentrating on doing reviews this current cycle.

TODO:

  • bug 1236982 Simplify SeaMonkey CSS for Lightning toolbar buttons.
  • bug 1174466 Popup blocker: Need to allow popups opened by loaded javascript: URIs from the location bar. Regression from bug 896947.
  • bug 1116223 Thunderbird: Move overrides to default theme chrome.manifest.

Other stuff:

  • Did some reviews and approvals.
  • Bug triage and Bug discussions.
  • Usual end user support and PR in newsgroups and Mozillazine.

rsx11m

Pushed to comm-central,
landed on comm-aurora (before the merge) and comm-esr45,
waiting for comm-release approval:

  • bug 1265246 Move Thunderbird-specific change of editor.CR_creates_new_p default from composer.js to all-thunderbird.js override.
    • would still need to land on SeaMonkey’s release branch on comm-release for 2.42 and/or 2.43, unless 2.42.1 is the next release off comm-esr45.
    • fall-out from bug 330891 where Thunderbird changed composer.js default, patch reverts that change

Pushed to comm-central (before the merge):

Waiting for reviews:

  • bug 1265534 Make editor.CR_creates_new_p work for Mail & News composition as well
    • adopts new “compose HTML in Paragraph mode” feature from bug 330891 without making it the default

May need retargeting:

  • bug 1123673 Consider exposing security.tls.version.fallback-limit in SSL prefpane to accommodate SSL 3.0 legacy sites.

Other:

  • Bug triage, testing, and commenting for SeaMonkey and MailNews Core.
  • End-user information and discussion on MozillaZine.

Any other business?


SeaMonkey Meeting Details

25-April-2016

Mozilla Project: 2016-04-25

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm
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All-hands Status Meeting Agenda

Items in this section will be shared during the live all-hand status meeting.

Friends of Mozilla

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Upcoming Events

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Monthly Speaker Series: When Change is the Only Constant…

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  • Topic

While it may be true in tech that “change is the only constant,” some changes are bigger than others.

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Gervase Markham and Mark Surman Gerv is a Policy Engineer, and Mark is Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation Thunderbird Future: Status Update Gerv: remote via Vidyo; Mark: Toronto office No None mozilla.governance post, Mark Surman blog post
Andre Vrignaud Games Strategist GDC 2016 Update Remote, Seattle WA No https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AZwNpSHnI3wVxmSxC1SaD5R8G0pj-knjireAf2SoEz0/edit#slide=id.p

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Status Updates By Team (*non-voice* updates)

Engagement

20-April-2016

Mobile: 2016-04-20

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Schedule

Topics for This Week

Friends of the Mobile Team

Give a shoutout/thanks to people for helping fix and test bugs. Make sure friends also get awarded a badge. New contributors are highlighted in bold. Want to update this section?

  • Andrew Lawson fixed bug 1153081 – Fix nits from Bug 1152609 (Swift 1.2 changes)
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1218317 – Size of files not displayed in “about:downloads” after restarting Firefox
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1229967 – Hardware menu button no longer closes the menu
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1263647 – Avoid unnecessary Tab:AudioPlayingChange messages
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1264717 – Add extended session store debug logging (behind a pref)
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1265011 – Add a test for the hardware menu key opening/closing the app menu
  • Jorick Caberio fixed bug 1261039 – Remove Honeycomb code guarded by AppConstants.Versions.preHCMR1 / preHCMR2
  • Jorick Caberio fixed bug 1261040 – Remove code guarded by AppConstants.Versions.preICS
  • Mark Capella [:capella] fixed bug 1235508 – Re-implement fast Phone number selection on long-press
  • Mark Capella [:capella] fixed bug 1263460 – Fix UI on Long press of empty Yahoo search field
  • Maurya Talisetti fixed bug 1252982 – Clean up redundant settings code for authentication setting options
  • Mike Kaply [:mkaply] fixed bug 1260758 – Add “distribution” field to core ping
  • Mike Kaply [:mkaply] fixed bug 1264050 – The distribution/default directory should be checked even if there are no mcc or mnc directories
  • Mouaad Aallam fixed bug 1261044 – Simplify/Replace AnimatorProxy class
  • Rutuja fixed bug 1115006 – Use Downloads.getSystemDownloadsDirectory to get the download directory for about:memory
  • Sebastian H. [:aryx][:archaeopteryx] fixed bug 1264576 – Fix typo from bug 682294 which prevents fetching of the error title for file access denied
  • Tristan fixed bug 1178722 – Select with multiple selection – options visibility not respected in popup
  • Tushar Saini (:shatur) fixed bug 1250387 – Kill GeckoConnectivityReceiver.java and improve GeckoNetworkManager.java
  • bzrd_Sdn fixed bug 1256922 – Remove unused HardwareUtils.isLowMemoryPlatform()
  • hennes fixed bug 1147912 – Prompt specially for tel: URIs as phone numbers

Team Updates

Android platform

snorp, jchen, rbarker, esawin, droeh

  • Jim and I were in Taipei last week to talk to GFX and Media teams. They might do some stuff for us!
  • More APZ/Media/Stability work
    • bug 1263347 landed, which makes APZ much nicer
    • Made some progress on bug 1164027, but not really any clear solution yet

Android front-end

margaret, liuche, mcomella, sebastian, ahunt, grisha

iOS

bkmunar, bnicholson, fluffyemily, fpatel, jhugman, sleroux, st3fan

Builds & Releases

Development Updates / Work in Progress

  • [jhugman] Today Widget landed and demoed. There are bugs, please install it in your today|notification shade and use it.
  • [jhugman] Home page started. Fairly straight forward, though “should autocomplete, just like the autoawesome bar” is easier to type than it is to refactor the awesomebar (all the work is in the Settings page!)
  • [fluffyemily] Menu so very close to landing…
  • [farhan] Third Party search development has started
  • [bnicholson] Security fixes
  • [bnicholson] Core ping started

UX

tecgirl, antlam, gemma, (sevaan)

Click here for individual status updates

  • Android
  • iOS
  • UR

QA

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19-April-2016

Channel: 2016-04-19

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Attendees

lizzard, rail, jorge, philipp, kmoir, elan, ritu, calixte, sylvestre, lmandel, devditz, jst, milan, jlund, rmcguigan, mbest

Schedule Update

  • FRI: beta->release migration
  • Monday Apr 18th: go to build for desktop RC1, mobile beta 12
  • we should be on track to release RC1 and mobile beta 12 today
  • several crucial last minute uplifts for both desktop and mobile.
  • We have to do desktop RC2 (Wednesday). Mobile beta 13 (today)
  • Update testing next week for the release. Several people are on PTO. Florin, Michelle, David Burns and Maja will help with update test running, signoff, and fixing issues.

Add-ons

Stability

Aurora

  • Overall rate: 1.6 – browser: 0.9, content: 0.7 – yellow (target: 1.5)
    • Bug 1264454 is a concern for very modern Linux installations (rolling distros) with e10s on, 1.6% of overall crashes
    • Bug 1229252 (eOppMonitor.dll) is 2.8%
    • overall rates look OK for going to beta

Beta

  • Overall rate: 1.1 – yellow (target: 1.0)
    • Current crash rates match what we had in 45 RC week.
    • GFX bug 1189715 is fixed in 46.0b11 \o/
    • AsyncShutdown crashes, mostly sanitize bug 1258350, are 2.2% of 46.0b11 data
      • Taking a last minute patch in bug 1258354 that may help, at least with diagnosis.
    • HTTP shutdownhangs (bug 1158189 and bug 1263199) are 3.4%
    • bug 1256517 (DrawQuad) is 0.7% and has a patch requested for uplift to 47

Release

  • Overall rate: 0.94 – green (target: 0.95) \o/
    • Trusteer says that they will deploy the Mac fix soon – no significant change in numbers yet, 0.6% of overall 45.0.2 crashes, almost 8% of Mac crashes
    • Bug 1261012 (proposed to go into 46) is #4 Top Crash Score and #3 among startup crashes

Mobile

  • Android crash volumes continues to look good on all channels.

QE

  • Please remember to test and mark affected/unaffected for new regressions (and also add the regression keyword)
    • Should repeat this on Thu when SV/QA is at the channel meeting

Beta

RelEng

  • Release promotion is on in 46.0!
    • Kudos, this will simplify Release mgmt life!
  • Firefox 46.0b11 as an example of workflow?

Roundtable

Lots of unlanded “46+” ESR bugs

 * 6 for ESR-45  (two security issues)
 * 8 for ESR-38 (all security issues)

https://wiki.mozilla.org/Release_Management/ESR_Landing_Process#ESR45

  • Need Kairo to take a look at bsmedberg’s prototype and verify data – KaiRo is in close contact with bsmedberg and azhang on this already :) :) thank you

Channel Meeting Details

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18-April-2016

Mozilla Project: 2016-04-18

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm
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All-hands Status Meeting Agenda

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Friends of Mozilla

Upcoming Events

Monday, 18 April

Wednesday, 20 April

Thursday, 21 April

Connected Devices Meetup in the San Fransisco commons.

  • Pizza at 6:15
  • Speakers at 7:00
    • Brian Leroux – Building a serverless Slackbot using AWS Lambda and JS
    • Gabrielle Crevecoeur – presenting the Frozen NodeBot: a voice activated Elsa singing doll
    • Alfred Tom – Wivity’s wireless modems powered by the cloud that can be swapped just like an AA battery.

Speakers

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Potch Podium Poo-bah Tiny Extension for presenting wikis Mountain View Already sharing! not really https://github.com/potch/wikifullscreen/releases

Welcome!

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Introducing New Volunteers

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Introducing New Hires

New Hire Introduced by Speaker location New Hire location Will be working on
Erin Toy Josh Kruse Mountain View Mountain View New HRBP working with Connected Devices, WPR, Metrics, Internal Comms, and Finance

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Status Updates By Team (*non-voice* updates)

Developer Relations

Developer Relations at Mozilla
Monday, March 7, 2016

Planning: Most of the team will be in NYC next week for team site building. Other stuff: Tech Speakers v2, code schools, RPi2 + Web V2, prep for Berlin IoT sprint, London workweek.

Events / Talks / Meetups / Trainings

Bugs

Publishing & Podcasts

Hacks Posts

Code / Demos

Calendars

Follow

Help

Engagement

14-April-2016

Channel: 2016-04-14

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Attendees

Mihai P, Flaviu, Teodora, Ninu, lizzard, Bogdan, Andrei, kmoir, Ada,

Schedule Update

  • Thursday/Friday: 46.0b11 desktop build and release.
  • Monday: beta->release merge and RC build.

Add-ons

  • Latest Flash plugin blocks are now live (bug 1263476).
  • Requesting uplift of bug 1245956 to ESR 45.

Stability

Aurora

  • Overall rate: 1.7 – browser: 1.0, content: 0.7 – yellow (target: 1.5)
  • 3rd-party (eOppMonitor.dll) crash bug 1229252 is 1.2%

Beta

  • Overall rate: 1.2 – yellow (target: 1.0)
  • AsyncShutdown crashes (main sanitize bug 1258350) are 2.3% of b10 data. Apparently needs bug 1258354 for diagnosis – but we may be too late in the beta cycle to even still diagnose that :(
  • gfx crash bug 1189715 is 1.2% with new signature

Release

  • Overall rate: 0.99 – yellow (target: 0.95)
  • Flash game/ad crashes of bug 1252152 are still ongoing, though at lower level – patch in the bug seems to have helped on nightly, we may want to uplift to 47 for sure, possibly to 46.
  • Trusteer bug 1255026 on Mac (trf.dylib@0x1c3a7) ?
    • This is 70% on startup and therefore making it the #3 Top Crash Score on 45.0.2 even though it’s a Mac-only signature
  • noticeable spike in crashes for https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1264504 in 45.0.2 – overall only 0.3% of 45.0.2 crashes so far but it was 0 in 45.0.1

Mobile

  • Android looks good on all channels other than Nightly.
    • Current release has better rates than previous, current beta data may be slightly better than previous, still some room on both to match 41 data though
    • Aurora data is very flaky but seem to be at least in same area as previous train, and not worse.

QE

For any crash fix landing on beta 11, I would like help looking at crash-stats early Monday morning to evaluate if the patches can stay or if we need to back out. Please comment in the bugs with an update from crash-stats. n-i Liz if you see a crash fix that gets worse or just stays the same – thanks!

  • [Andrei] We’ll try to help out here and monitor crashes.
  • affects all channels: system addon issue https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1264383
  • Which addons does this affect? How bad is this problem?
  • [Jorge] Potentially affects hundreds of add-ons, since TabSelect is a very commonly-used event. As I understand it, the problem is that the event listener isn’t being removed correctly, which is a relatively minor problem (a little bit of memory being used unnecessarily, and possibly some JS errors in the console). It’s unlikely to break add-ons.

Aurora / Dev Edition

  • [Bogdan][per-monitor DPI] I found a new issue that could block the release of the feature in beta 47, it breaks the layout of Firefox just by dragging FF from one screen to another. Developer (Jonathan Kew) is aware of it, talked with him on IRC.

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1264193

  • [Camelia][Synced Tabs Sidebar] The feature looks pretty good. There were 4 important issues: 2 of them are fixed for Desktop side(bug 1250866, bug 1250531), one is fixed on Nightly and need uplift on Aurora (bug 1250085) and the last one is no longer a blocker because is not related to Synced Tabs Sidebar (bug 1252058)
    • there still are some issues which are fixed only on Nightly and a few new issues. None of them is critical/major.

Beta

  • [desktop] We’re in the process of signing off Pocket System Add-on for pre-release, our _main concern_ at this point is https://bugzil.la/1263599

Mobile

  • [Mihai] Signed-off Fennec 45.0.2
  • Signed-off Fennec 46 Beta 10

RelEng

  • Release build promotion for 46.0
    • ready for QA deadline: Wed (Apr-20) European morning?

Channel Meeting Details

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13-April-2016

Mobile: 2016-04-13

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Schedule

Topics for This Week

Friends of the Mobile Team

Give a shoutout/thanks to people for helping fix and test bugs. Make sure friends also get awarded a badge. New contributors are highlighted in bold. Want to update this section?

  • Aaron Raimist [:aaronraimist] fixed bug 1205047 – Save password dialog string changes
  • Francesco Lodolo [:flod] – AWAY APRIL 13-17 fixed bug 1263582 – [l10n] Update searchplugins for v4.0 and master
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1229259 – Tabs get stuck if they’re zombified immediately after creation
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1261225 – Improve session store form data handling
  • Jan Henning [:JanH] fixed bug 1262565 – Avoid sleep statements in session store form data test
  • Ryan VanderMeulen [:RyanVM] fixed bug 1261270 – Various Android robocop tests are going to permafail when Gecko 48 merges to Aurora

Team Updates

Android platform

snorp, jchen, rbarker, esawin, droeh

Android front-end

margaret, liuche, mcomella, sebastian, ahunt, grisha (nalexander/rnewman)

iOS

bkmunar, bnicholson, fluffyemily, fpatel, jhugman, sleroux, st3fan

Contributions

Builds & Releases

  • First 4.0 TestFlight buid is out. Please join the FIrefox Beta at http://bit.ly/1MxpjiC
  • Strings for 4.0 have been exported
  • First L10N builds and screenshots should appear today or tomorrow
  • Considering a 3.1 bugfix release

Development Updates / Work in Progress

Work for 5.0 has started, which includes Enabling Bidirectional Bookmark Sync, Menu and Toolbar redesign, Better Low Memory Handling, History Panels changes, Telemetry Core Ping, Enabling bookmark sync, ability to set a home page, Search engine management. (All tentative)

  • [fluffyemily/sleroux] Toolbar & Menu Redesign (5.0)
  • [jhugman] Today Widget finishing touches (4.0)
  • [bkmunar] Redesign of home panels (5.0)
  • [st3fan] Bug 1261457 – Rich text editor fails because requests to about:blank are blocked (4.0)
  • [st3fan] Bug 1261854 – Crash in Client: specialized ReaderMode.userContentController() (4.0)
  • [st3fan] Bug 1250153 – Crash in Storage: DiskImageStore.clearExcluding() (4.0)
  • [bnicholson] – Bug 1177078 – custom certificate handling (4.0)
  • [fpatel] – Misc UI regressions and inconsistencies (4.0)

UX

tecgirl, antlam, gemma, (sevaan)

Click here for individual status updates

  • Hiring! (notes ^above)

QA

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12-April-2016

Firefox Status: 2016-04-12

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Actions from last meeting

  • None

General Topics / Roundtable

(tips/tricks/FYI, productivity improvements, industry news)

  • Switched to eslint 2 so you may need to run: mach eslint –setup
  • Intent to unship: add-on compatibility check in application update
  • Late notice from last meeting: if you need to set prefs from the content process, you can use AsyncPrefs.jsm:
    • https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1252855 – https://dxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/source/toolkit/modules/AsyncPrefs.jsm
    • Uses a list of “allowed” prefs to avoid content process sandbox escapes, to which you’ll likely need to add your pref.
  • Collapse diffs in MozReview
    • https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/reviewboard-collapser/?src=search

Friends of the Firefox team

(Give a shoutout/thanks to people for helping fix and test bugs. Introductions)

  • Johann Hofmann
  • Tim Chien – [:timdream] – Visiting from Taipei
  • Katie Broida
  • Resolved bugs (excluding employees): http://mzl.la/1NlXevj
    • More than one bug fixed:
      • Rakhi(:rakhisharma)

Project Updates

Add-ons

  • http://arewewebextensionsyet.com/ says “Yes, I think we are”. So that’s good.

E10s

  • Thank you so so so so so so much for working on tests. The whole e10s team is indebted to you all.
  • Making good progress on performance issues. tpaint regression is mostly under threshold now. Still room and ideas for improvement there. tps is where effort is being shifted to now.
    • https://treeherder.mozilla.org/perf.html#/e10s
  • A team of folks under jimm and kanru are working on improving stability. We’re waiting on beta experiment data to determine if it’s having the desired effect.

Go Faster

Hello

  • e10s: Now enabled on nightly & aurora. One main issue left that Hello team is fixing (bug 1257243), one Firefox issue (bug 1257790)
  • e10s: Would like some help with bug 1262560 Investigate turning on em:multiprocessCompatible for Hello
    • When we turn this on, various mochitest test runs start leaking. Removing all of the add-on core code doesn’t resolve the issue.
  • We’re thinking about error catching/reporting in tests and at runtime
  • Another substantial round of product changes in progress

Privacy/Security

  • desktop Firefox no longer uses an about:certerror page. about:neterror will now be displayed in those cases where about:certerror would have been used in the past (the style differences have been carried over)

Quality of Experience

  • E10S test fixes!
  • QX/onboarding work…
    • bug 1219810 – improve bookmarking
    • bug 1017919 – preserve addons after a profile refresh
    • bug 1160424 – UI notification for missing system codecs (EME/Widevine CDM)
    • bug 1151449 – curly quotes!
      • actually bug 1259859 is where the big batch of changes and new test were added
  • New awesomebar results UI in Nightly.
  • Putting together a telemetry experiment report from unified-search to discuss in the team meeting tomorrow.

SeaMonkey: 2016-04-12

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 11:00 pm

Agenda

  • Who’s taking minutes? -> TBD
  • Nominees for Friends of the Fish Tank:
    • TBD

Action Items

(who needs to do what that hasn’t been recorded in a bug)
We should assign people to the open items.

NEW

OPEN

  • Google api key for Safe Browsing. Ewong/Callek about getting it loaded onto the build machines.
    • Mcsmurf will generate an updated key and pass it to Ewong who will then upload it to our build machines.
  • IanN to review members mailing-list and council appointments (IanN to talk to mcsmurf about members list)
    • TODO: Add Adrian Kalla to RelEng team.

CLOSED

Status of the SeaMonkey Buildbot Master and Tree

Previously on Buffy The Vampire Slayer:

  • Followup to discussion in previous meeting notes
  • Adriank thinks we need an *own* build infra separate from MoCo. What is needed is buildbot (Adrian uses Jenkins), a Windows, Linux, and OSX virtual machine.
  • Ewong and Ratty discussed setting up an instance of Treeherder on our own hardware but couldn’t decide how to have a secure connection to our builders on MoCo’s infrastructure.
    • [Ratty thinks that] We could rent some colo Mac Mini servers, startup some OSX VMs one of which could run treeherder and a buildbot master. This way we could get some up to date coverage on OSX builds.
    • e.g. Macminicolo
  • Chatzilla locale generation: Frg investigating why the L10n xpi isn’t being added into the installer.

Routine reports:

  • Notes:
    • Callek: Regarding the windows systems, sadly no progress yet. I’m hopeful we can get done sooner than later, I’m realistic expecting it won’t be until January at earliest any time soon.
    • Ewong will set up a cron job to do semi regular builds on the loaner machine.
    • Windows nightly trunk builds are unavailable due to various bugs such as bug 1092468 and bug 1108970. Migrating our Windows builders to Win2008 and our compiler toolchain to VS2013 VS2015 would likely solve this and other bustages. frg 03/27: moot point to do it. m-c switched to VS2015 via tooltool on 03/25. See my section.
    • There are also some upcoming changes to L10n build system in Q1 2015 (bug 1107635).
    • Even en-US builds have stopped again. The latest trunk nightlies were 2.45a1 dated 8-Mar-2016 for W32, L32 & L64, and 2.43a1 dated 6-Jan-2016 for Mac. ** bug 1083689 Langpacks aren’t updated when auto-updating SeaMonkey because they aren’t uploaded to AMO. The solution requires changes in SeaMonkey RelEng (and possibly AMO).
    • wrt bug 1155011, we already have a Soccoro token. The patches on bug 1155013 require approval and then pushed and the work-around patches backed out.
  • [12th April 2016]
    • [*All Trees*]
      • Aside for the following specific tree bustages, we are generally busted for all trees due to the fact that our rsa ssh key needs to be changed (currently waiting), so uploading to archive.mo is busted (due to our old key being revoked/removed). Callek is working on this.
    • [comm-central]
    • [comm-aurora, comm-beta]
  • See RelEng page for the RelEng status history.

Release Train

  • SeaMonkey 2.40 is out.
  • We are skipping SeaMonkey 2.41 and 2.42 and going directly to 2.43 betas.
  • Backup plan in case we need it is to do some releases off comm-esr45. These will be 2.42.x releases.
    • [frg] I used 2.42 too since Beta 1. It is stable as 2.43, I backported Data Manager and a few other fixed bugs like Safe Browsing.
    • Need to check how to port L10n changes from SeaMonkey 2.43 to comm-esr. bug 1240738 tracks l10n changes that need uplifting to 2.42.x in case we build from 45.x ESR.
  • Next merges are now scheduled for April 25 (beta → release: April 18).
    • comm-release default is moving to SM 2.43.
    • comm-release and mozilla-release will be on 46.0.
    • comm-esr45 and mozilla-esr45 are current in preparation of TB 45.0/.1 release.
  • Useful Firefox Release Schedule link: Releases Scheduling

Extensions and Plugins Compatibility Tracking

  • See Basics page. Please only list current changes here.
  • Addon Compatibility Listings (outdated), altertative list started (currently Rainer Bielefeld is the only active maintainer)
  • Lightning betas are up for 2.42 (4.7b3), but not yet for 2.43 (4.8b1).
  • We are looking for a new place to host the Addon Compatibility Listings for the Add-on Converter in order to make it easy to maintain and to serve as the main database for the AMO browsing extension in the future. The details are in this post.
  • Firefox & Thunderbird Add-on Converter for SeaMonkey http://addonconverter.fotokraina.com/
    This tool goes a little further beyond simply modifying install.rdf – it also identifies a few more other things in the code that are Firefox or Thunderbird specific and attempts to change them. Of course, not all extensions can be ported so easily to SeaMonkey since there’s only so much an automated tool like that can do.
    • Lemon Juice continues to improve his already impressive Addon Converter. The source is now available on GitHub [1].
    • looking for a better(?) home for extension-converter pages, along with a way to track successful and conversion-failed add-ons, and respective integration into SeaMonkey by add-on or manager overlay [2], bug 1145026.
    • Rainer Bielefeld will no longer update the list of Firefox addons that have been successfully converted by the Addon Converter. — Rrbd (talk) 09:59, 16 August 2015 (PDT)
    • Ratty filed bug 1130390 to add a link on seamonkey-projects.org to the Firefox & Thunderbird Add-on Converter for SeaMonkey.
    • The AMO Browsing for SeaMonkey extension, which makes AMO pages a lot more SeaMonkey-friendly, seems mature. (It had 9 successive revisions between 27 September and 3 October, and no change since then.) It was developed by LemonJuice (of Add-on Converter fame), and Tonymec, who tested it and now uses it, supports it enthusiastically. The author proposes to add it as a “built-in extension” besides ChatZilla, DOMi and the like. What do you think? (See also Bug 1145026: AMO Add-On-Descriptions: Add link function leading to SeaMonkey add-on-converter and filling URL input pane; the extension actually does much more than the bug’s Summary implies: for instance it gets rid of the stupid “You need Firefox 10 or later” popups.
  • The Thunderbird team is currently shipping Lightning with Thunderbird. IanN is working on shipping Lightning with SeaMonkey. Related bugs:
    • bug 516026 Integrate Lightning Into SeaMonkey by Default and Ship SeaMonkey with Lightning Enabled
    • bug 1130854 Package Lightning with Thunderbird for c-c and c-a builds.
    • bug 1113183 Integrate Lightning Into Thunderbird by Default.
    • bug 1130852 Add opt-in dialog to promote Calendar integration [Thunderbird].

2.x (Last, Current, Next)

2.40

open tracking (0)
tracking requests (6)
targeted (2)
fixed (14)

2.Next

  • We need someone to work on porting sync 2.0 over to replace legacy sync code. See: New Firefox Sync has landed in Firefox Nightly. Tracked in:
    • bug 998807 Sync account creation or device pairing fails with exception in BrowserIDManager.
    • bug 1003434 Add support for about:sync-progress.
  • Stalled. Needs a kick.
    • bug 815954 Click-to-Play: Port bug 812562 (click-to-play blocklisted plugins: reshow urlbar notification as with normal click-to-play).
    • bug 476108 GetShortPathNameW fails under some NTFS junctions [patchlove].
  • Current breakages (have patches need review and check-in):
    • bug 1259928 “View Selection Source” throws TypeError: args is null Source File: chrome://global/content/viewPartialSource.js.
    • bug 1261685 All Bookmarks functionality broken due to Toolkit Bug 1257599 which renamed ‘Unsorted Bookmarks’ into ‘Other Bookmarks’
  • Mozilla-central bugs that affect us:
    • Introduction of a cloud-based certificate revocation list system for blocklists bug 1227956. Fixed by rsx11m in bug 1259947).
    • Changes to Safe Browsing. Frg has a patch ready for check-in in bug 1250600 .
    • Firefox has changed the styles of several Toolkit pages to their “in-content” designs which however look very out of place in our current classic and modern themes.
      • already affected: config.xul for about:config, Will be fixed in SeaMonkey bug 1222816.
      • Toolkit meta bug for about:* pages: bug 1097111 – SeaMonkey tracking in bug 1133743.
      • Modern may need updating as IDs are changing, Default needs forking if we want to roll back to previous styles
      • Ratty restored about:privatebrowsing UI to before it was messed up by Project Chameleon styles [bug 1192276]. Subsequent to Chameleon, Firefox developers have again redesigned the about:privatebrowsing UI to include UI for tracking protection. We should look into picking any changes we like.
      • affected pages that should be reverted are about:config [bug 1222816], about:addons [bug 1222817], about:support [bug 1222818] (look ok in Modern but hurt in the Default theme).
    • A lot of these bugs are due to mozilla-central switching from synchronous APIs to Asynchronous APIs.
    • bug 566746 (asyncFormHistory) Form history should use asynchronous storage API. Tracked in:
      • bug 912031 Use Asynchronous FormHistory.jsm in place of nsIFormHistory2 in Suite. Currently being worked on by IanN.
    • The C++ downloads manager backend nsIDownloadManager is being decommissioned. Firefox and Thunderbird have migrated to jsdownloads.
    • bug 825588 Asynchronous JavaScript API for downloads and bug 851471 Decommission nsIDownloadManager. Tracked in:
      • bug 888915 Move SeaMonkey to the new JavaScript API for downloads when nsIDownloadManager is decommissioned. Neil has a WIP patch on hand.
    • We’ve picked up he default for security.tls.version.min from Mozilla Core, but security.tls.version.fallback-limit is new. So we need to consider adding the latter to our preferences UI (bug 1123673).
      • Currently unclear whether or not this should be done after bug 1084025 disable insecure TLS version fallback entirely by default [3]
      • alternative proposal is to make whitelist for acceptable fallback sites available in the UI, which seems to make more sense.
  • bug 1198340 The carousel within Add-On Manager can be used for SeaMonkey specific content. TO DO: Find out what sort of format AMO needs for the carousel. Get our webdev person to create necessary content. Submit content for upload to AMO.
    • Unfortunately nobody knows exactly how addons.mozilla.works because there’s no full time developer working on AMO. Ratty was given bug 1009759 as an example. So now we need someone who knows python+django.
    • About specific aspects of this problem, see: bug 1230796, bug 1230804, bug 1230806 and maybe more.
    • [Ratty] The url for the discovery pane is set in a pref. Instantbird points the URL to a chrome XUL document. If we do this we don’t have to worry about the python stuff.

Feature List, Planning

Bug statistics for the last two (full) weeks: 19 new, 21 fixed, 20 triaged.

  • good triaging effort, below-average number of new bugs files.

Open reviews/flags:
65 review
5 super-review
1 ui-review
12 feedback

  • See Feature List page for major wanted/needed features.
  • TODO:
    • The toolkit help viewer is going away. Neil is working on resuscitating the old XPFE help viewer which apparently has more features.
      • Toolkit Help Viewer bugs will be moved to the SeaMonkey product. This is tracked inbug 1243203.
      • Neil is AFK for the forseeable future so we need to plan to import the Help Viewer code to comm-central if they remove it before Neil can come around to fix things.
    • Remove debugQA from Seamonkey or overhaul it removing obsolete items. See discussion in bug 1258226
    • Encrypted Media Extensions / Digital Rights Management
      • bug 1127784 added a preference and UI to enable/disable playback of Encrypted Media Extensions, with UI seen in non-release builds only
      • more work appears to be needed to download necessary 3rd-party Content Decryption Modules, some UI can probably be ported from Firefox
  • Mozilla wants to Move Thunderbird off MoCo infrastructure and onto their own, which will likely affect SeaMonkey as well
  • Fundamental core features Firefox/Mozilla plans to remove:
    • bug 1222546 Product plan: remove support for heavyweight themes
      • If effective for all Toolkit applications, would render most 3rd-party themes defunct.
      • No sufficiently plausible specifics provided ‘why’ full themes ‘must’ no longer be supported.
      • No clear statements by the Firefox drivers, bug has been restricted for comments since.
      • Discussion diverted to https://discourse.mozilla-community.org/t/planning-the-future-of-complete-themes/
      • See bsmedberg’s post #14, targeted for Gecko 49 (April 2016).
      • May prohibit Modern theme being shipped with or installed in SeaMonkey.
      • Removal is “decided” without any clear alternative envisioned.
  • What about declaring linux-x86_64 builds found at seamonkey-project.org and at ftp.m.o as “official” ?Tonymec (talk) 13:56, 7 October 2015 (PDT)
    • On October 7 two people asked in #seamonkey at a few minutes’ interval when there would be “official” 64-bit SM builds for Linux. I pointed them to the x86_64 release at the bottom of the “Other languages” release page for 2.38 and to the x86_64 2.40a2 aurora & 2.41a1 trunk builds at the bottom of the ftp.m.o nightly/latest-comm-* pages but they said these were not “official”.
    • How are we going to get out of the following vicious circle? 64-bit builds are not “official” because too few users, and users don’t install them (some even prefer compiling their own) because they aren’t “official”.
    • Maybe change the online documentation? (perhaps as part of bug 1208822 “System Requirements page needs update”?)
    • [ewong:] what’s the prerequisites of making the Linux64 builds ‘official’ aside for the issue of getting the tests done for Linux64; but our testing infrastructure is busted. bug 1209378

Roundtable – Personal Status Updates

Neil has a new job and doesn’t have any time to devote to SeaMonkey. Please re-direct review requests to Ratty or IanN who will redirect elsewhere if needed.

Status Updates from developers – what are you working on, what’s the progress, any other comments? (feel free to add yourself to the list if your name is missing and you have interesting status).

ewong

  • Working on:
    • bug 1190773 – Tooltool revamp
    • a lot of other firefights, but currently blocked on the need to have the ssh key updated.

frg

I might not be able to attend. 50/50 chance.

Waiting for review / branch check in or feedback:

  • bug 1055954 popup exceptions are not added. Please review and let me know if it’s ok. Contains string changes. Would be great if this could be checked in in this cycle. Like the Data Manager changes contains string changes and so will/might affect third party themes.
  • bug 1188348 data manager: domains invisible for Permissions, Preferences, Passwords. Checked into c-c. Any chance it can go into c-a despite the string changes?
  • bug 1251368 SeaMonkey cookie code needs to be updated to take into account mozilla-central bug 1245184. Might work without checking bug 1188348 in first but not tested. 2.44 and up affected. Checked into c-c.
  • bug 1223741 Updating to 2.39B allow images not working.

Working on:

  • bug 1258226 Remove debugQA from SeaMonkey. Input please if this should be up for reviewed if we should keep debugQA in it’s current state. A little on the back burner but not forgotten
  • bug 1238767 Localized Suite build fails in DebugQA: Stalled. I think the l10 build system might be responsible and tries to pick up files from the wrong location. Adrian Kalla thinks I need to do an l10 merge only. I disagree because the xpi only explicitly supports en-US builds.
  • bug 1223741 Already working on Data Manager changes to allow chrome, files and other schemes to not cause errors.
  • bug 1263252 Update SeaMonkey cookie code for mozilla-central Bug 1259169 [nsICookieManager::remove() should be back-compatible. Ready for review but mozilla bug backed out for now.

Titbits:

  • bug 1210791 Get rid of XULPPFLAGS in ChatZilla was checked in. SEA2_42_RELBRANCH needs a new tag to the current default changeset so that the l10n xpi might be generated.
  • Will try to work on Sync next as promised.

Other things on my mind:

  • –enable-optimize=-O2 should be used for Windows release builds. Linux gcc –enable-optimize optimizes for speed. With VS2013/VS2015 it optimizes for size. Resulting O2 Windows build feels a lot snappier.
  • SeaMonkey compiles fine with VS2015 Update 2 with Windows 10 SDK 10.0.10586.15 and mozbuild 2.2.0. x86 builds produced still work fine under Windows XP SP3. x64 build is stable for daily use in my eyes (same with VS2013). The VS2015 upgrade installer is a piece of… Full ISO is available here: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/d/c/fdce5d40-87d3-4bd6-9139-2a7638b96174/vs2015.2.com_enu.iso
  • VS2015 c-b and c-a builds broken by bug 1256541. Will likely not be fixed but easy workaround for local builds available.
  • bug 1244467 Localized Builds: ChatZilla language pack missing from SeaMonkey installer package will not be fixed by bug 1210791. mozmake installer under Windows includes the l10n xpi in local builds.
  • Aero Peek is broken in c-b and up see bug 1256714. Quick fix in the bug but not complete. Further porting and a bugfix for sites with different zoom levels needed. If no one takes it until I find some time I will try to fix it.
  • When looking in Bugzilla what to do next I found a lot of in my eyes obsolete bugs in a short time. Who can close them. Tracking them in a meta bug? A little on the backburner too but also not forgotten.
Comment from 03/29: I am working on this problem. We have lots of UNCONFIRMED Bugs, many of them old /obsolete. But in my systematic review (may be 3 … 5 each week) I find (approximately) 25% of these old bugs real bugs, half of them Core half of them really SeaMonkey bugs. With this speed review still will take 2 more years or so, but I think it’s better than a mass-close. — Rrbd (talk) 10:53, 29 March 2016 (PDT)

Some more precise statistics here in the unofficial blog. — Rrbd (talk) 22:31, 29 March 2016 (PDT)

IanN

  • Usual localising, testing, reviewing, commenting and approving.
  • Fixed:
  • Fixed for c-c:
  • Fixed for m-c:
  • Fixed for m-i/fx-i:
  • Pending tree opening:
  • Pending approval for check in:
  • Pending checkin for dependent bugs:
    • bug 653386 Consider overriding netErrorApp.dtd rather than netError.dtd
  • Checked in pending review:
  • Waiting for feedback/review/information:
    • bug 1061348 Port |bug 575283 – Cleanup mozconfig files on all platforms| to SeaMonkey
    • bug 1163441 Use FINAL_TARGET_FILES and DIST_FILES for Thunderbird themes
  • Fixing review comments before checkin:
    • bug 757230 When using add button for permissions in Data Manager set a displayHost
    • bug 798147 Switch to correct pref pane if pref window already open
  • Working on:
    • bug 1101381 Printing throws error: DEPRECATION WARNING: getWebBrowserPrint is now deprecated, and fully unsupported for multi-process browsers. Please use a frame script to get access to nsIWebBrowserPrint from content
    • bug 1190179 Port |bug 1067325 – Add an option to view html source in a tab| to SeaMonkey
    • bug 1051642 Allow for flat chrome format when packaging extensions
    • bug 943335 [TB] Update icons used in searchplugins (Yahoo, eBay, Wikipedia, Amazon, Bing, Twitter)
    • Various SM Council documents.
    • bug 606683 Allow customization of toolbar in Composer and MailNews Composition
    • bug 639690 [META] Re-arrange code between editor and editorOverlay
    • bug 773979 [META] Switch to new drag and drop api in SeaMonkey
    • bug 657234 Move pasteQuote and pasteNoFormatting into contentAreaContextOverlay
    • File/Folder selection in windows.
  • To Do:
    • bug 639395 Get cmd_fontSize to reflect current state of selected content / content at caret.
    • Prefs-in-a-tab.
    • Create FAQ for Friends of the Fish Tank.
    • Help get composer standalone builds working with –enable-tests.

Rainer Bielefeld

I will not participate.

currently working on
  • DMOZ SeaMonkey related entries:
    • Review with low priority, including trying to get contact to site owners of listed web pages
  • Trying to help to repair problems with Add-ON Browsing for SeaMonkey caused by new AMO design:
  • QA, Bug confirming and so on as usual
You might want to discuss
  • SeaMonkey Project homepage maintenance
Performance currently needs improvement, contents of Page System Requirements (for example, see bug 1208822 – SeaMonkey System Requirements need update) is mortifying outdated. Due to Wiki Component Web pages has 2 peers: Justin Wood (:Callek) and Robert Kaiser (:KaiRo). But the peers are inactive, as this Bugzilla query shows that Jens Hatklak is the only active maintainer. That should be reflected in wiki and on Project Page, inactive peers should be removed. And there should be a strategy how to do the job with the available manpower: recruit volunteers and find a way how they can create drafts which can be integrated easily into the home page easily.

Ratty

Fixed:

  • bug 1223341 Add the Firefox Devtools to the SeaMonkey UI.
  • bug 1258955 Only small bottom area of DuckDuckGo logo icon shown in Search Sidebar and “Customize Toolbars”.
  • bug 1263262 Do not hide the menubar in the View Partial Source window [Toolkit].

Waiting for review:

  • bug 1222816 Restore about:config UI (Config Editor) to old appearance by overriding Toolkit’s Project Chameleon styles.
  • bug 1259928 “View Selection Source” throws TypeError: args is null Source File: chrome://global/content/viewPartialSource.js.
  • bug 1261685 All Bookmarks functionality broken due to Toolkit bug 1257599 which renamed ‘Unsorted Bookmarks’ into ‘Other Bookmarks’.

In Progress:

  • None

TODO:

  • bug 1236982 Simplify SeaMonkey CSS for Lightning toolbar buttons.
  • bug 1174466 Popup blocker: Need to allow popups opened by loaded javascript: URIs from the location bar. Regression from bug 896947.
  • bug 1116223 Thunderbird: Move overrides to default theme chrome.manifest.

Other stuff:

  • Did some reviews and approvals.
  • Bug triage and Bug discussions.
  • Usual end user support and PR in newsgroups and Mozillazine.

rsx11m

Pushed to comm-central and comm-aurora:

  • bug 1259947 Add kinto-updater and OneCRL preferences to SeaMonkey.

May need retargeting:

  • bug 1123673 Consider exposing security.tls.version.fallback-limit in SSL prefpane to accommodate SSL 3.0 legacy sites.

Other:

  • Bug triage, testing, and commenting for SeaMonkey and MailNews Core.
  • End-user information and discussion on MozillaZine.

Any other business?


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