Monthly Archives: May 2011

Automated landing on mozilla-central

My previous post about assisted landing of patches on mozilla-central was very well received.  Apparently, all you have to do to get something awesome like that working is to blog about it.  I chatted at the office with Chris AtLee about the idea and talked to him about what needs to be done, and who needs to own it, and shortly after, Lukas Blakk informed me that she has an intern for this job, and invited me to a meeting about the project.  All this happened without me lifting a finger, which is amazing!

The result of that meeting is a wiki page on the topic, which is a combination of minutes of the meeting and the goals and steps for the project.  Feel free to review it and let us know if we’re missing something very big!

Marc Jessome is the real force behind this project, so please send all of the thank-you notes his way!  :-)  And don’t forget to answer the try server usage survey which Lukas designed in order to gather much-needed feedback about this project.

Last, but not least, it’s time to get more serious about the good fight against intermittent oranges, because that would be a prerequisite of actually starting to use these facilities.  I’ll keep writing more about that in the near future, so stay tuned.

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