Trail Running!

So, I love to run.  If you didn’t know that about me, you should.  But I really hate running on concrete.  I do it, because when I want to run, I usually don’t want to drive some place first.  And I do it because I no longer live next door …

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Mozmill 1.5.3 Released

I’ve been very heads down on a number of projects recently, as you can no doubt tell from the number of updates I’ve made on this blog.  The last post was Mozmill 1.5.2’s release announcement, and now I’m here to announce Mozmill 1.5.3.  This is a small bug-fix-only release to …

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Mozmill 1.5.2 Released

I’m happy to announce that we have finally released Mozmill 1.5.2.  Thanks to everyone that worked on it, tested it, and helped out.  It’s a good release, and it has proven stable over the last few weeks of testing.  We’re not resting on our laurels though, we’re working hard on …

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On Training

The cool thing about life is that you come to it open.  None of us are born knowing how to do much of anything.  That’s also the sucky part about life, everything worth doing takes a good chunk of time to learn to do well.  I study Kung Fu.  Today, …

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Need some Graphics Help

Are you waiting for a chance to prove your design skills to the world?  Do you want a quick venue to get a design before 10,000 people and earn the Mozilla Automation Team’s eternal gratitude?  Well, then wait no more. We need some icons for our new Profile Manager application.  …

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Mozmill 1.5 has landed!

At long last, we’re happy to announce Mozmill 1.5! o/ MOZMILL 1.5 o/ It’s ready now on Pypi and (once it’s reviewed) on Addons.mozilla.org.  Tons of changes and many hours of work went into this release.  We couldn’t have done it without you! Heather Arthur Jeff Hammel Andrew Halberstadt Henrik …

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Mozmill 1.4.2 Beta 1

Very quickly, I wanted to let you all know that we are going to start releasing 1.4.2 beta’s of Mozmill.  These are basically very quick snapshots of our current 1.4.2 development tree.  We’ll be sending these out once a week or so, mostly to keep up with Minefield as it …

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DROID!

If you have one of those shiny new Motorola Droid phones, every time something exciting happens (phone runs out of battery, you plug it in to the computer, you get an email etc) the phone says “DROID!”.  So in the spirit of that, let me share a picture with you: …

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Introducing Orodruin

As Joel mentioned, we are in the process of bringing together one coherent system for moving our test and performance automation to new platforms.  This was born out of the blood, sweat, and tears it took (hell, that it is still taking) to get that automation working on Maemo Linux …

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Self-Empowering Communities

Once a community grows past a certain point, you have to allow other members of the community to take on the role of engaging more members. You simply cannot be everywhere, and it is important to allow people to have that leadership role of welcoming new people into a community …

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