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Thunderbird: 2012-11-06

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — Jesper Kristensen @ 12:00 am


  • Who’s taking minutes? –> irving
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  • Note: this meeting is for interactive discussion. Feel free to ask questions!

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Thunderbird Development

Feature Work

Modern Address Book
  • Slow week – mostly complete moving my Mork connector over to the new connector interface
  • Once that’s done, according to the roadmap, I’ll start hacking on the first iteration of the UI.

Schedule and Progress

Build / Release Update

  • Thunderbird 17.0b2 released last week
  • centos6/mock automation landed today. config changes will land for 18.0b1. bug 798361
  • beta this week? not optimistic about it. please keep #build in the loop

Web Update

  • Still deep in porting to bedrock
  • worked on Mozillians a bit last week
  • Automated Start Page code should be ready for testing by the end of this week
  • committed to moving SUMOMO content over to SUMO for week of Dec 11

Support and Documentation

(SUMO offsite in San Francisco last week)

  1. Please help us test TB 17 beta. It’s our long term release for a year so we’d like its quality to be high and therefore we need to test it now with your add-ons, anti-virus and POP. Also TB17 beta fixes the spellcheck bug in TB 16, bug 790475
  2. 1186 new support topics (1280 two weeks ago ) – Media:Tbgs-29oct-4nov-2012.png
  3. See this week’s Support Appendix for full Get Satisfaction metrics and other support details

Status Updates

See the Mozilla Status Board for status updates specific to developers.


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