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Ludovic Hirlimann: Tips on organizing a pgp key signing party

Thunderbird - mo, 29/09/2014 - 13:03

Over the years I’ve organized or tried to organize pgp key signing parties every time I go somewhere. I the last year I’ve organized 3 that were successful (eg with more then 10 attendees).

1. Have a venue

I’ve tried a bunch of times to have people show up at the hotel I was staying in the morning - that doesn’t work. Having catering at the venues is even better, it will encourage people to come from far away (or long distance commute). Try to show the path in the venues with signs (paper with PGP key signing party and arrows help).

2. Date and time

Meeting in the evening after work works better ( after 18 or 18:30 works better).

Let people know how long it will take (count 1 hour/per 30 participants).

3. Make people sign up

That makes people think twice before saying they will attend. It’s also an easy way for you to know how much beer/cola/ etc.. you’ll need to provide if you cater food.

I’ve been using eventbrite to manage attendance at my last three meeting it let’s me :

  • know who is coming
  • Mass mail participants
  • have them have a calendar reminder
4 Reach out

For such a party you need people to attend so you need to reach out.

I always start by a search on biglumber.com to find who are the people using gpg registered on that site for the area I’m visiting (see below on what I send).

Then I look for local linux users groups / *BSD groups  and send an announcement to them with :

  • date
  • venue
  • link to eventbrite and why I use it
  • ask them to forward (they know the area better than you)
  • I also use lanyrd and twitter but I’m not convinced that it works.

for my last announcement it looked like this :

Subject: GnuPG / PGP key signing party September 26 2014 Content-Type: multipart/signed; micalg=pgp-sha256; protocol="application/pgp-signature"; boundary="t01Mpe56TgLc7mgHKVMajjwkqQdw8XvI4" This is an OpenPGP/MIME signed message (RFC 4880 and 3156) --t01Mpe56TgLc7mgHKVMajjwkqQdw8XvI4 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Hello my name is ludovic, I'm a sysadmins at mozilla working remote from europe. I've been involved with Thunderbird a lot (and still am). I'm organizing a pgp Key signing party in the Mozilla san francisco office on September the 26th 2014 from 6PM to 8PM. For security and assurances reasons I need to count how many people will attend. I'v setup a eventbrite for that at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gnupg-pgp-key-signing-party-making-the-web-o= f-trust-stronger-tickets-12867542165 (please take one ticket if you think about attending - If you change you mind cancel so more people can come). I will use the eventbrite tool to send reminders and I will try to make a list with keys and fingerprint before the event to make things more manageable (but I don't promise). for those using lanyrd you will be able to use http://lanyrd.com/ccckzw. Ludovic ps sent to buug.org,nblug.org end penlug.org - please feel free to post where appropriate ( the more the meerier, the stronger the web of trust).= ps2 I have contacted people listed on biglumber to have more gpg related people show up. --=20 [:Usul] MOC Team at Mozilla QA Lead fof Thunderbird http://sietch-tabr.tumblr.com/ - http://weusepgp.info/ 5. Make it easy to attend

As noted above making a list of participants to hand out helps a lot (I’ve used http://www.phildev.net/pius/ and my own stuff to make a list). It make it easier for you, for attendees. Tell people what they need to bring (IDs, pen, printed fingerprints if you don’t provide a list).

6. Send reminders

Send people reminder and let them know how many people intend to show up. It boosts audience.

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Rumbling Edge - Thunderbird: 2014-09-22 Calendar builds

Thunderbird - to, 25/09/2014 - 06:31

Common (excluding Website bugs)-specific: (19)

  • Fixed: 501689 – Investigate making storage asynchronous
  • Fixed: 577461 – Status of date invitation in response emails is not shown
  • Fixed: 673089 – Automate Lightning Beta Releases
  • Fixed: 881285 – Remove obsolete nightly builds from nightly/latest-comm-central and nightly/latest-comm-aurora
  • Fixed: 1022120 – Week-view: labels in the day headers don’t change from long to short format
  • Fixed: 1041299 – Sending invitations with configured cc/bcc is broken
  • Fixed: 1045223 – Creating events per drag doesn’t take default status values into account
  • Fixed: 1045417 – Event attendee with a comma in display name gets splitted in two attendees
  • Fixed: 1047227 – Lightning 3.3 no event cancellation button
  • Fixed: 1048878 – Events’ order In the Unifinder doesn’t persist across Thunderbird’s sessions
  • Fixed: 1049341 – Cannot edit meeting attendee list once invite created
  • Fixed: 1054679 – Make the CalDAV provider async safe
  • Fixed: 1055111 – Make calCachedCalendar async safe
  • Fixed: 1059474 – update certificate exception handling in lightning to deal with bug 940506
  • Fixed: 1063085 – Get rid of calIDateTime::jsDate
  • Fixed: 1064552 – Fix postflight_all after the objdir move
  • Fixed: 1067007 – [mozmill] tests do not work after TB build changes
  • Fixed: 1068075 – Fix failure caused by [TypeError: redeclaration of variable …]
  • Fixed: 1068853 – TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | /builds/slave/test/build/mozmill/testLocalICS.js | testLocalICS.js::testLocalICS

Sunbird will no longer be actively developed by the Calendar team.

Windows builds Official Windows

Linux builds Official Linux (i686), Official Linux (x86_64)

Mac builds Official Mac

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Rumbling Edge - Thunderbird: 2014-09-22 Thunderbird comm-central builds

Thunderbird - to, 25/09/2014 - 06:30

Thunderbird-specific: (31)

  • Fixed: 934874 – Thunderbird: Header labels in message reader have last letter of aria-label truncated
  • Fixed: 950335 – “Force encryption” changed by “Use encryption if available” after XMPP wizard
  • Fixed: 966655 – Scrollbar shown for recipient list when empty (involving screen dpi scaling): slightly insufficient default height of msgHeadersToolbar cripples visibility of recipients rows (see Bug 1056404)
  • Fixed: 994655 – Allow ESC key to hide automatical attachment reminder notification bar when focus is in message subject
  • Fixed: 1022209 – msgButton is null error when get new messages button not found on toolbar
  • Fixed: 1024578 – attachment notification no longer collapses duplicate keywords
  • Fixed: 1039452 – Near-perma orange: TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | test-attachment-reminder.js | test-attachment-reminder.js::test_manual_attachment_reminder
  • Fixed: 1039453 – TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | test-charset-edit.js | test-charset-edit.js::test_wrong_reply_charset + test-charset-edit.js::test_no_mojibake
  • Fixed: 1040009 – .mozconfig configure options are ignored if objdir path is absolute
  • Fixed: 1041211 – Toolbox border still visible when all toolbars collapsed
  • Fixed: 1044439 – No rule to make target `/home/josiah/comm-central/mozilla/intl/locale/src/props2arrays.py’, needed by `charsetalias.properties.h’ Build regression due to bug 1038537
  • Fixed: 1046318 – glodaFacetView.css references non-existing attachment-col.png
  • Fixed: 1046328 – update certificate exception handling in thunderbird to deal with bug 940506
  • Fixed: 1046563 – tab bar UI broken on windows classic theme, TB31
  • Fixed: 1052071 – Style of quota indicator not as nice as it used to
  • Fixed: 1054260 – Can not drag main window by title bar
  • Fixed: 1054738 – toolkit/library/target fails to link on Thunderbird MacOSX 10.8 Opt builds
  • Fixed: 1055926 – Mozmill tests don’t run due to no mozinfo
  • Fixed: 1056285 – Titlebar broken in fullscreen on OS X Yosemite
  • Fixed: 1056404 – In addressing widget, only 2 recipient rows shown (including empty line) in spite of mail.compose.addresswidget.numRowsShownDefault=3; (caused by bug 966655)
  • Fixed: 1057708 – Fix bustage caused by ‘Bug 1055281 – Make it an error to add a non-existent directory to LOCAL_INCLUDES’
  • Fixed: 1057759 – Port bug 803812 to TB – “Restart to Update” button label in about dialog is vague
  • Fixed: 1058873 – Permanent Orange: TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | test-account-tree.js::test_account_open_state (Test Failure: a != b: ‘true’ != ‘false’)
  • Fixed: 1059192 – Permanent orange: TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | test_searchSuggest.js | contains an error
  • Fixed: 1060281 – Mac universal build error: “autoconf.mk:3: /config/emptyvars.mk: No such file or directory”
  • Fixed: 1060890 – Static-link the CRT into Thunderbird executable (/mail/app/moz.build). Port Bug 1023941 Part 1
  • Fixed: 1062750 – Double border on main toolbar on Aero
  • Fixed: 1062833 – tooltipUsernames is not defined
  • Fixed: 1063919 – windows bustage: calbasecomps.dll : fatal error LNK1120: 13 unresolved externals
  • Fixed: 1064698 – TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | C:\slave\test\build\tests\xpcshell\tests\mail\base\test\unit\test_windows_font_migration.js | test failed (with xpcshell return code: 0)
  • Fixed: 1065885 – Remove jschar from mail and mailnews

MailNews Core-specific: (35)

  • Fixed: 66763 – Deleting a folder fails when there is already a folder with the same name in Trash
  • Fixed: 324467 – TBird 1.5 fails to automatically filter on message body, if Anti-Virus quarentining is ON(mailnews.downloadToTempFile=true). POP3 not IMAP.
  • Fixed: 332639 – force display of Sender header if S/MIME sender is the signer
  • Fixed: 681632 – crash [@ nsMsgWindow::GetOpenFolder(nsIMsgFolder**)] beginning in version 6 [fixed by bug 679626]
  • Fixed: 799821 – Folders misbehave when LSUB does not return mailbox flags
  • Fixed: 858337 – Implement header parsing in JSMime
  • Fixed: 859269 – upgrading to 20.0b1 hangs on “looking for folders” on uw-imap server (Bad configuration of an UW-IMAP server was unfortunately exposed by unplesant change to ‘LIST “” “*” use again’ by bug 799821)
  • Fixed: 882968 – Clean up and move DEFINES and friends to moz.build in comm-central
  • Fixed: 944526 – Include account name in status bar messages when sending/receiving/getting/downloading/fetching new News messages
  • Fixed: 1005336 – startup or shutdown crash in nsObserverService::RemoveObserver(nsIObserver*, char const*) via nsMsgIncomingServer. reference to nsImapIncomingServer released off the main thread in destructors, due to preferences no longer use threadsafe refcounting
  • Fixed: 1008718 – sending to wrong email (list) if “name” is in address book twice and one of them is a mailing list
  • Fixed: 1020696 – Improve composition tests
  • Fixed: 1037505 – test_pop3MoveFilter.js failure matching messages
  • Fixed: 1046998 – Modify test_copyThenMoveManual.js to use Promises
  • Fixed: 1047981 – Port |Bug 1047924 – When building with ac_add_options –enable-extensions extensions are put expanded into the wrong location in dist/bin| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1052327 – crash [@ PL_strnchr | nsParseMailMessageState::ParseHeaders() ]
  • Fixed: 1052943 – Move additions to C*FLAGS into moz.build and do not link against the static RTL
  • Fixed: 1053444 – Remove MOZ_APP_COMPONENT_MODULES from comm-central
  • Fixed: 1054357 – Update c-c to address non-backward compatible changes to JS let semantics
  • Fixed: 1054526 – Move LDFLAGS / WIN32_EXE_LDFLAGS out of Makefiles for c-c
  • Fixed: 1054536 – Port *FLAG and related changes to config.mk
  • Fixed: 1054727 – TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | check-sync-dirs.py | build file copies are not in sync, port mozconfig.cache and client.mk changes from m-c to c-c
  • Fixed: 1055867 – Move RCFLAGS and RCINCLUDE to moz.build and hardcode manifest name
  • Fixed: 1056948 – Port bug 559505 to c-c (need to package xulstore)
  • Fixed: 1057478 – Port bug 899585 modifying nsIAlertsService to mailnews
  • Fixed: 1057537 – nsImapMailFolder::OnStartRequest generating error because it is not an nsIRequestObserver
  • Fixed: 1057847 – Fix some more xpcshell-test failures due to warnings in the system logs
  • Fixed: 1059551 – Bayesian spam filter won’t compile since bug 1057912
  • Fixed: 1060258 – Permanent Orange: TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | test_cleanup_msf_databases.js (and some other gloda tests)
  • Fixed: 1060715 – TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | /builds/slave/test/build/tests/xpcshell/tests/mailnews/news/test/unit/test_biff.js | 8 == 9 – See following stack: and other failures
  • Fixed: 1060901 – [tb31.1 only] expand mail list broken for lists whose description is quoted
  • Fixed: 1060959 – comm-central/configure: line 544: test: : integer expression expected
  • Fixed: 1061338 – Port DELAYLOAD_LDFLAGS from bug 944800
  • Fixed: 1062630 – Port bug 1041941 to c-c
  • Fixed: 1063469 – some trivial “assignment to undeclared variable” in TB core.

Windows builds Official Windows, Official Windows installer

Linux builds Official Linux (i686), Official Linux (x86_64)

Mac builds Official Mac

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Meeting Notes: Thunderbird: 2014-09-11

Thunderbird - mo, 22/09/2014 - 22:19

Thunderbird meeting notes 2014-09-11
Today’s minutes taker, please don’t forget to :
– save etherpad before clearing for this meeting, if etherpad wasn’t previously cleared (but copy “Action items” to the top before clearing)
– after end of meeting, copy entire etherpad contents to a new dated wiki page on http://mzl.la/tbstatus so that they will go public in the meeting notes blog.
– save etherpad, copy “Action items” to “Action items from last meetings”, and clear the rest of etherpad comments

Attendees
  • rkent, florian queze, irving, rolandtanglao, magnus
Action items from last meetings
  • rkent and wsmwk to unblock / deal with bienvenu bugs
Current status and discussions
  • no progress on “bienvenu” bugs
  • comm-central changes on hold pending mercurial changes and signoff by smedberg
  • discussion about kent’s modification to Thunderbird governance proposal is positive
  • much work on summit and video from mconley and rkent
  • summit agenda planning, rkent to ask in tb-planning
Round Table jcranmer
  • Likely won’t be at meeting today, one of my meetings changed time slots to start 30m before this one
  • according to gps, hg partial checkouts are targetted to land 3.2, more likely to land in 3.3 (release dates of Nov 1/Feb 1, respectively)
    • bsmedberg has said this is his blocker for letting c-c merge into m-c
    • gps plans to make it a high priority to update to newer hg quickly, and now has a new role to make that more possible
  • Played with putting OpenLDAP server in a Docker container
JosiahOne (Not at meeting)
  • Have done reviews and have been giving feedback in bugs, but personal development time has slowed. My development machine has to have a part replaced on Saturday plus I have papers and college applications to finish this month, so availability will be limited until around the time of the Summit.
  • OS X Codesign V2 status is coming along, I’m mostly just waiting for a finished version of the Fx implementation.
rkent
  • Summit: we really need a group of people to work on the agenda. Volunteers?
  • Discussion of reorg plan?
mconley
  • Now acting as interface between TB community and ProTravel Inc
    • The attendees list has been garnered from the wiki, along with 2 extras from Fallen and Florian for Calendar / Chat. Waiting to hear from a few more.
  • Re-connected with Aaron Mandel about a fundraising video. Quote is approximately $600 (+tax), since he likes Mozilla and wants to give us a deal
    • We need to find a good variety (accents, countries of origin, languages) members of the TB community who are comfortable / articulate in front of the camera (about 5-7 people), and come up with “our story”. I suggested our audience be current TB users who don’t actually know what’s happening with Thunderbird.
    • Quickly talk about where Thunderbird came from, the transition to community development, and where we are now – and why we need help. Instead of just talking heads, these interviews will be interspersed with shots of people checking their email, doing calendaring, chatting, etc.
    • We need the quick and punchy stuff: “Put users in control of their email”, “Your email is yours, even when you’re offline”, “Lots of tweaks and add-ons for power users”
    • We also need to send Aaron TB art / assets for graphical work.
    • Once we have our story, we’ll put together a really basic script, so we know who to put in front of the camera, and what questions to ask.
    • Then, I’ll meet with Aaron face-to-face 2 weeks before we shoot to make sure we have everything we need
    • During the summit (probably the Friday), we’ll pull our 5-7 people aside, ask them the questions we’ve scripted (maybe several times to get the sound bites we want), and then Aaron will cut together the video.
clokep (Not attending)
  • Been in contact with some of the DarkMail developers, have been trying to get them to ask questions in #maildev, but they seem to like to ask through me.
    • They’ve said things like “Random people don’t get answers there”
    • More likely they’re working during times when “we’re” not online.
Support team Action Items
  • mconley: Come up with a short-list of volunteers to go on camera, send out emails with questions on them to get responses, find the responses that resonate, and from that, assemble our script.
Retrieved from “https://wiki.mozilla.org/index.php?title=Thunderbird/StatusMeetings/2014-09-11&oldid=1014319

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Ludovic Hirlimann: Gnupg / PGP key signing party in mozilla's San francisco space

Thunderbird - wo, 17/09/2014 - 02:35

I’m organizing a pgp Keysigning party in the Mozilla san francisco office on September the 26th 2014 from 6PM to 8PM.

For security and assurances reasons I need to count how many people will attend. I’ve setup a eventbrite for that at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gnupg-pgp-key-signing-party-making-the-web-of-trust-stronger-tickets-12867542165 (please take one ticket if you think about attending - If you change you mind cancel so more people can come).

I will use the eventbrite tool to send reminders and I will try to make a list with keys and fingerprint before the event to make things more manageable (but I don’t promise).

For those using lanyrd you will be able to use http://lanyrd.com/ccckzw.(Please tweet the event to get more people in).

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Robert Kaiser: Mirror, Mirror: Trek Convention and FLOSS Conferences

Thunderbird - fr, 22/08/2014 - 17:09
It's been a while since I did any blogging, but that doesn't mean I haven't been doing anything - on the contrary, I have been too busy to blog, basically. We had a few Firefox releases where I scrambled until the last day of the beta phase to make sure we keep our crash rates as low as our users probably expect by now, I did some prototyping work on QA dashboards (with already-helpful results and more to come) and helped in other process improvements on the Firefox Quality team, worked with different teams to improve stability of our blocklist ping "ADI" data, and finally even was at a QA work week and a vacation in the US. So plenty of stuff done, and I hope to get to blog about at least some pieces of that in the next weeks and months.

That said, one major part of my recent vacation was the Star Trek Las Vegas Convention, which I attended the second time after last year. Since back then, I wanted to blog about some interesting parallels I found between that event (I can't compare to other conventions, as I've never been to any of those) and some Free, Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) conferences I've been to, most notably FOSDEM, but also the larger Mozilla events.
Of course, there's the big events in the big rooms and the official schedule - on the conferences it's the keynotes and presentations of developers about what's new in their software, what they learned or where we should go, on the convention it's actors and other guests talking about their experiences, what's new in their lives, and entertaining the crowd - both with questions from the audience. Of course, the topics are wildly different. And there's booths at both, also quite a bit different, as it's autograph and sales booths on one side, and mainly info booths on the other, though there are geeky T-shirts sold at both types of events. ;-)

The largest parallels I found, though, are about the mass of people that are there:
For one thing, the "hallway track" of talking to and meeting other attendees is definitely a main attraction and big piece of the life of the events on both "sides" there. Old friendships are being revived, new found, and the somewhat geeky commonalities are being celebrated and lead to tons of fun and involved conversations - not just the old fun bickering between vi and emacs or Kirk and Picard fans (or different desktop environments / different series and movies). :)
For the other, I learned that both types of events are in the end more about the "regular" attendees than the speakers, even if the latter end up being featured at both. Especially the recurring attendees go there because they want to meet and interact with all the other people going there, with the official schedule being the icing on the cake, really. Not that it would be unimportant or unneeded, but it's not as much the main attraction as people on the outside, and possibly even the organizers, might think. Also, going there means you do for a few days not have to hide your "geekiness" from your surroundings and can actively show and celebrate it. There's also some amount of a "do good" atmosphere in both those communities.
And both events, esp. the Trek and Mozilla ones, tend to have a very inclusive atmosphere of embracing everyone else, no matter what their physical appearance, gender or other social components. And actually, given how deeply that inclusive spirit has been anchored into the Star Trek productions by Gene Roddenberry himself, this might even run deeper in the fans there than it is in the FLOSS world. Notably, I saw a much larger amount of women and of colored people on the Star Trek Conventions than I see on FLOSS conferences - my guess is that at least a third of the Trek fans in Las Vegas were female, for example. I guess we need some more role models in they style of Nichelle Nichols and others in the FLOSS scene.

All in all, there's a lot of similarities and still quite some differences, but quite a twist on an alternate universe like it's depicted in Mirror, Mirror and other episodes - here it's a different crowd with a similar spirit and not the same people with different mindsets and behaviors.
As a very social person, I love attending and immersing myself in both types of events, and I somewhat wonder if and how we should have some more cross-pollination between those communities.
I for sure will be seen on more FLOSS and Mozilla events as well as more Star Trek conventions! :)
Categorieën: Mozilla-nl planet

Rumbling Edge - Thunderbird: 2014-08-18 Calendar builds

Thunderbird - ti, 19/08/2014 - 07:14

Common (excluding Website bugs)-specific: (17)

  • Fixed: 344561 – Day/Week view: Header boxes are misaligned if scrollbars are shown
  • Fixed: 680203 – Make Lightning tests work with packaged-tests
  • Fixed: 682109 – Today pane: Today’s date not automatically updated
  • Fixed: 998281 – Default status new event is available, should be busy
  • Fixed: 1000535 – Lightning frequently prompts for access to Google Calendar
  • Fixed: 1002024 – Sending separate invitations to attendees onlys send email for first invited person
  • Fixed: 1007040 – Autocomplete for event invitations: Use uppercase and lowercase of name like in addressbook card
  • Fixed: 1018120 – GMT Timezone with timezone information is assumed to be UTC / events move forward by 1 hour
  • Fixed: 1022113 – Today-pane: too many calls to the function “setCurrentEvent” when updating the attribute “current”
  • Fixed: 1022129 – In the calendar views the day marked as Today doesn’t update at midnight
  • Fixed: 1026623 – Set em:strictCompatibility to ensure the right Lightning version is used.
  • Fixed: 1031715 – Converting email to event shouldn’t fail when Thunderbird Conversations is installed
  • Fixed: 1041566 – Lightning 3.5 broken with 2014-07-21 update
  • Fixed: 1042125 – Make the CalDAV provider async safe
  • Fixed: 1042741 – No buttons on invitations or response to invitations [incompatibility between Thunderbird Conversations and Lightning]
  • Fixed: 1042849 – Remove Serbian [sr] from /calendar/locales/shipped-locales
  • Fixed: 1049201 – Nighly builds broken due to incorrect manifest paths

Sunbird will no longer be actively developed by the Calendar team.

Windows builds Official Windows

Linux builds Official Linux (i686), Official Linux (x86_64)

Mac builds No binaries since July 23, 2014.

Categorieën: Mozilla-nl planet

Rumbling Edge - Thunderbird: 2014-08-18 Thunderbird comm-central builds

Thunderbird - ti, 19/08/2014 - 07:11

Thunderbird-specific: (30)

  • Fixed: 273884 – Enclosing double quotes are shown in recipient column, messes up sorting of name/address
  • Fixed: 934875 – Thunderbird: No status bar accessible
  • Fixed: 964377 – Intermittent test-attachment-reminder.js | test-attachment-reminder.js::test_manual_automatic_attachment_reminder_interaction
  • Fixed: 967583 – Tooltip for ‘Get Mail for’ button says ‘nobody’ for Local Folders, Feed and News accounts, sometimes ends with comma
  • Fixed: 985641 – random orange: test-session-store.js | test-session-store.js::test_restore_single_3pane_persistence + test-session-store.js::test_restore_single_3pane_persistence_again + test-session-store.js::test_message_pane_height_persistence + test-session-store.j
  • Fixed: 1009469 – For recipient autocomplete matches other than {Name beginsWith}, [tab] no longer confirms suggested recipient (“foo >> somefoo <mail@asdf.com>” is retained as recipient). Suggestion becomes stale/unresponsive when TB loses focus.
  • Fixed: 1018241 – Customize option in Search Messages continues to be wonky
  • Fixed: 1018960 – Severe bug with empty junk can cause deletion of inbox (If selected folder at Folder Pane is changed while folder context menu of Junk is shown, “Empty Junk” clears wrong folder)
  • Fixed: 1020339 – Add UI for disabling and clearing Visited Link/Browsing History
  • Fixed: 1021684 – Update box.com Filelink implementation to new APIs
  • Fixed: 1024017 – Add ability to choose info shown in the desktop chat notifications
  • Fixed: 1024130 – Address book sorting not sticky
  • Fixed: 1024600 – Enable test-attachment-reminder.js mozmill tests on Windows again
  • Fixed: 1026608 – Delete button on main toolbar doesn’t always change to “Undelete” when toggled from keyboard or header pane
  • Fixed: 1034732 – comm-central build for win64 is not updated after 2014-06-13
  • Fixed: 1034818 – No gap between on toolbarbuttons icon and text in Icons beside Text mode
  • Fixed: 1035650 – Remove public destructors of NS_*_INLINE_* refcounted classes, Remove NS_HIDDEN, Fix dangerous public destructors. in mail/ and mailnews/
  • Fixed: 1037751 – Use white graphics for the phishing icon
  • Fixed: 1037795 – Port Bug 1034360 to TB – remove OCSP preference UI (or at least remove the unnecessary dialog window)
  • Fixed: 1038029 – Undefined symbols during |making ./libprldap60.dylib|
  • Fixed: 1038323 – Clear Recent History menuitem doesn’t have a keyboard shortcut
  • Fixed: 1038588 – DebuggerServer’s closeListener has been changed to closeAllListeners()
  • Fixed: 1038647 – perma orange: TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | mozmill/utils/test-iteratorUtils.js | test-iteratorUtils.js::test_toArray_custom_content_iterator
  • Fixed: 1038745 – No builds for latest nightly localization of Thunderbird for win32
  • Fixed: 1038909 – Disable what’s new page for now
  • Fixed: 1039798 – perma-orange: test-message-header.js::test_address_book_switch_disabled_on_contact_in_mailing_list
  • Fixed: 1040831 – Daily 33.0a1 gives “Couldn’t load XPCOM” error and startup fails since updating this morning
  • Fixed: 1041475 – TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | mozmill/content-tabs/test-install-xpi.js | test-install-xpi.js::test_install_corrupt_xpi + test-install-xpi.js::test_install_xpi_offer + test-install-xpi.js::test_xpinstall_disabled + test-install-xpi.js::test_xpinstall_actually_i
  • Fixed: 1045026 – Cannot use “thunderbird” as PROGRAM name, because it is already used in mail/components/search/mdimporter
  • Fixed: 1050363 – Thunderbird fails to compile nsldif32v60.dll: LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file ‘mozcrt.lib’

MailNews Core-specific: (34)

  • Fixed: 367011 – “Remove All Tags” does not do so for custom tags
  • Fixed: 553757 – SMTP server pref dialog: “Password, transmitted insecurely” doesn’t fit after switching from SSL to non-SSL
  • Fixed: 662907 – web site from RSS feed not rendered correctly (due to noscript tags)
  • Fixed: 960854 – Port |Bug 920353 – pymake native commands can’t easily use e.g. mozbuild modules| to c-c
  • Fixed: 966053 – Recipient area mishandles display names with commas in them (e.g. “LastName, FirstName”), during autocomplete creates dysfunctional extra “LastName” recipients without email address
  • Fixed: 992879 – Folders created with a colon (:) or star (*) in Tb24 on linux are duplicated with hash names on startup with Tb trunk or earlier, such local folders/feeds do no longer work
  • Fixed: 1013123 – Increase width of ‘Enter a tag prefix’ textbox for prefix of autotagged category names of feed articles
  • Fixed: 1015774 – errUtils.js::logException shows the same exception to Error console twice
  • Fixed: 1024053 – Modify test_quarantineFilterMove.js to use Promises
  • Fixed: 1024908 – If the focus is returned to filter action list and the previously focused item is no longer there, an exception is shown
  • Fixed: 1025548 – Preliminary perf/code org tweaks for Bug 257037
  • Fixed: 1033963 – Add mailnews.message_warning_size to prefs.
  • Fixed: 1034231 – Modify test_offlineCopy.js to use Promises.
  • Fixed: 1036619 – Implement 1035394 – Add dangerous public destructor detection to _INHERITED refcounting macros in comm-central
  • Fixed: 1037479 – Move LOCAL_INCLUDES to moz.build in c-c
  • Fixed: 1037482 – Move TESTING_JS_MODULES to moz.build in c-c
  • Fixed: 1037775 – Port |bug 1036864 – Remove EXPORT_LIBRARY| to MailNews
  • Fixed: 1037947 – Fix test_movemailDownload.js to work with maildir
  • Fixed: 1042294 – crash NS_ProxyRelease(nsIEventTarget*, nsISupports*, bool), typically during import
  • Fixed: 1043019 – Port |Bug 1036894 – Move in-tree library linkage information to moz.build| and |Bug 1041936 – Allow static library definitions to depend on shared libraries| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1043040 – Port |Bug 1036694 – merge nsIMarkupDocumentViewer into nsIContentViewer| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1044460 – Port relevant changes from Bug 1043344 for moving libraries and programs build to the compile tier
  • Fixed: 1044999 – No L10n builds for Thunderbird for aurora/central due to client.py not allowing –skip-venkman
  • Fixed: 1046638 – Port |Bug 1044162 – make install locations for EXTRA_{PP_,}JS_MODULES better| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1046826 – Use m-c’s config/makefiles/debugmake.mk in c-c’s rules.mk
  • Fixed: 1048042 – Port |Bug 780159 – Remove obsolete REGCHROME| and |Bug 935387 – Remove non recursed install targets| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1048561 – Fix up after landing of Bug 1043041 – Replace use of NSPR’s PRTime with a safer type in mozilla::pkix
  • Fixed: 1049935 – Port |Bug 1045783 – move OS_LIBS += $(call EXPAND_LIBNAME,…) calls to moz.build| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1049936 – Port |Bug 1046784 – move -DNOMINMAX definitions to moz.build| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1050086 – C-c needs a “port” of bug 1047267
  • Fixed: 1050708 – buildid no longer being set on Thunderbird comm-central builds (make upload and graph server posts fail)
  • Fixed: 1051619 – Port |Bug 914274 – Remove MODULE_NAME| to comm-central
  • Fixed: 1052602 – Fix various xpcshell issues in gloda land and others
  • Fixed: 1052985 – Fix windows manifest build issues

Windows builds Official Windows, Official Windows installer

Linux builds Official Linux (i686), Official Linux (x86_64)

Mac builds No binaries since July 23, 2014.

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