I promised to keep up with our updates over the last week but given a major breakage in the freshly released version of Mozmill 2.0.4, I had a full week of work to get the fix out. I promise that during this week I will write reports for the weeks in January.
With the new year our team has been reorganized and we are part of the Mozilla QA team again. That means we will have a way closer relationship to any feature owner, and also working towards in bringing more automation knowledge to everyone. The goals for our team are getting worked out and I will present those in one of my following blog posts. As of now you can find our team page on the Mozilla wiki under Firefox Automation.
Since the landing of all the new features for Mozmill-CI on our staging machine before Christmas, we have no longer experienced any crash of the Jenkins master. Given that Henrik pushed all the changes to our production system. We are totally happy that the incremental updates made our system that stable, and that Mozilla QA doesn’t have cope with outages.
Henrik and Jarek were both working on the mozfile 1.1 release to make it more stable in terms of removing files when those are still in use or don’t have the right permissions set.
For more granular updates of each individual team member please visit our weekly team etherpad for week 1 and week 2.
If you are interested in further details and discussions you might also want to have a look at the meeting agenda and notes from the first Firefox Automation meeting of week 2.