Archive for June, 2018

Watch the June 6 Bugzilla Project Meeting

video of this meeting

  • Short meeting this week because Dylan is traveling and either in an airport or on a plane right now
  • Updates from Dave
    • As noted at previous meetings Mozilla is downsizing and trying to find external hosting for the Bugzilla Project which they’ll still pay for, they just want to get out of the hosting bussiness.
    • Bugzilla needs to exist as a separate legal entity from the Mozilla Foundation for purposes of contracting with a hosting company, so our current status is waiting on the legal work to get done to create a Bugzilla subsidiary of Mozilla Foundation.
    • The top condender for hosting right now is Linode. Other possibilities are OSUOSL and Eclipse (Emmanual reminded us of their offer)
    • https://landfill.bugzilla.org/ has been closed up – static page announcing that it’s closing will be in place until the end of July. Contact Dave if you need something retrieved from it before July.
  • Development updates:
  • Next meeting is scheduled for July 4th. Watch for announcements on social media channels closer to that date whether it’ll happen then or not (it’s a US holiday)
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June 6 Project Meeting – new URL

For those that hadn’t already seen it, Air Mozilla is in the process of switching over to a new platform.  They’ve already discontinued posting new content on the old platform, and the new platform doesn’t have anonymous access available yet (but it’s coming at the end of June).  This means the old URL for watching our meetings live isn’t going to work this month.  Fortunately, public meetings on the new platform are mirrored to Youtube, so you’ll be able to watch it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7OC8CXMGyo

Of course, if you want to participate instead of just watch, feel free to join us using one of the methods on the wiki.

Today’s meeting will probably be short – Dylan is traveling and won’t be able to attend. The only thing currently on the agenda is an update on our hosting situation. If you have anything else you’d like to discuss, attend the meeting and ask!

See you there!


Upcoming Events

  • Bugzilla Project Meeting September 5, 2018 at 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm online Public Bugzilla planning meeting. Anyone interested in contributing to Bugzilla, in planning, development, testing, documentation, or any other aspect, should feel free to attend. See https://wiki.mozilla.org/Bugzilla:Meetings for more.
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