Dev call 8/25/2010 minutes

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Miro 3.5 status (roadmap)

  • working on fixing up video conversion issues
  • working on cleaning things up

Miro Community 1.1.1 status (roadmap)

  • Miro Community 1.1 was released last week
  • working on some bug fixes targeted for 1.1.1

Paul:

  • pushed Miro Community 1.1 out to the new servers
  • looking at moving the db to another machine

Ben:

  • continued working on bugs for Miro 3.5
  • implemented font selection for subtitles on Windows

Will:

  • implemented the PCF bug triage Firefox addon
  • worked on database startup failure problems

Janet:

  • working on Windows installer things
  • and other things

Order of business

  • We talked a little about what Miro 4 will entail. We're going to try to plan it out in a wiki rather than plan it out in Bugzilla because Bugzilla is difficult to use for iterative design. When tasks become sufficiently defined, we'll move them to Bugzilla and start implementing.
  • Did you know there's a Miro User Manual? If you haven't looked at it yet, it's worth taking a look at. You can find it at http://getmiro.com/userguide/.
  • Priority is being put on finishing development work on Miro 3.5. Any help with this would be huge. There are a series of bugs on the roadmap that need to be fixed. If you want to help out but don't know where to start, see http://getmiro.com/userguide/contributing.html
  • If you can't contribute work, please consider contributing funding by donating. Your money goes directly to ongoing development of Miro and related projects.

Bugzilla stats for Miro:

Lot's of bug churn this week in part because of focus on regression testing and because of the creation (and heavy usage of) the PCF bug triage Firefox addon.

  • 20 bugs/feature-requests created
  • 3 bugs marked WORKSFORME
  • 1 bugs marked INVALID
  • 3 bugs marked DUPLICATE
  • 1 bugs marked WONTFIX
  • 12 bugs marked FIXED
  • 30 bugs marked INCOMPLETE
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