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Development Meeting: February 12, 2013

Held at

  • 12:00:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 12, 2013 in America/Los_Angeles
  • 3:00:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 12, 2013 in Canada/Eastern
  • 20:00:00 Tuesday, February 12, 2013 in UTC

Logs and minutes

Action Items from Last Meeting

  1. edoceo to work on setting up a dojo 1.6 test server
    • STATUS - incomplete?
    • bshum has installed dojo 1.6 branch and was unable to get it working on a test server
  2. kmlussier to help coordinate end-user testing
    • STATUS - waiting for setup of dojo test server
  3. eeevil to continue to prod folks about jspac removal blockers
    • STATUS - ?
  4. denials to add a mention in the docs about PHP & Android efforts
    • STATUS - ?
  5. testing to be performed by various parties with older xulrunner versions
  6. gmcharlt will call a development meet to hash out the future of the staff client, to occur before the EG conference
  7. denials will issue a call for Evergreen 2.3 users to submit detailed workstation profiles


Google Summer of Code 2013 has been announced. Do we plan to apply this year? What needs to be done?

Release info

* is still dead. Alas.


* There are a few branches of interest to be merged here for the next release. We should identify those and decide whether it's another patch release or something slightly more.


  • Next 2.2 and 2.3 point release scheduled for February 20.
    • * Have the memory-leak branches been tested sufficiently to get them merged?
  • Plans for 2.4
  • Plans for 2.5. Given that we should probably be in 2.4 lockdown mode now, we should be looking forward to 2.5.
    • * Who's going to be the release manager for that cycle?
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