Posts in “AMO”

AMO 3.2.1

Mike Morgan

addons.mozilla.org was updated last week. AMO 3.2.1 was a maintenance release (26 bugs fixed) for any major issues with 3.2. Our next release will be AMO 3.4.1, the first of three dot releases for AMO 3.4, which is our next … Continue reading

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AMO 3.2 SVN Stats

Mike Morgan

Ran statsvn on r7797 through r11622.  View svn stats for AMO 3.2. All week, all the time: On the developers page, you will see how many non-mozilla contributors have helped us update translations.  Overall, some rough stats: 3134 changes 288602 … Continue reading

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Bringing Sexy Back to AMO

Mike Morgan

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Yep — “sexy” and “AMO” in the same sentence.  Our festively plump 3.2 target milestone added many features and refreshes that you can read about in a great post on Basil’s Bodacious blog. In the same time period we’ve also: … Continue reading

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AMO 3.2 Preview

Mike Morgan

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AMO has a new look and we need your help to polish it off. Please tell us what you think! Check it out at preview.addons.mozilla.org Tell us what you think or File a bug Check the webdev blog for updates … Continue reading

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AMO Update r10238

Mike Morgan

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Yes, we are over 10,000 commits in our subversion repository. This last update for AMO trunk includes the following fixes, among others: Update sk locale from bug 367271 Improving install experience for non-browser apps (bug 401272, r=clouserw) adding GUID to … Continue reading

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Tips for Localization

Mike Morgan

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Wil posted a blog that is a great resource for people looking to localize their sites.  For those of you who went to our OSCON presentation, this is a great follow-up to the concepts we presented in our talk.

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Download Counts Halted

Mike Morgan

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The download controller was modified on Thursday to prepare for the release of the 1.5.0.12 -> 2.0.0.4 major update. During release cycles, AMO takes abnormally high load which sometimes causes interruptions in service. To avoid this situation we agreed to … Continue reading

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