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From: Jason Townsend <townsend@ma...> - 2002-11-15 09:30:52
Here's my proposed plan for releasing Fire 0.32.a:
Localization freeze: by Nov 21 (1 week from now)
Release: by Dec. 5 (3 weeks from now)
There will be a build available for localizers to do the final pass on
after the localization freeze. If anyone is still working on anything
that needs HI change let me know.
We should probably try to get some advance testing in the final week or
two before release. There's a lot of new features and we may have
introduced some bugs.
List of open issues/features I know about:
- MSN file send
- Yahoo crash (was not able to repro this... maybe Alan and I can
figure it out this weekend)
- Yahoo integrating its file send/receive with the MSN and AIM
- AIM buddy search (Graham is working on this)
- ICQ library update to libicq2000 0.3.2 - I have this working but not
checked in yet
- Pref for showing buddy icon in Buddies Window, hiding badges
From: Alan Humpherys <alangh@xm...> - 2002-11-15 16:05:34
In addition to squashing the crash bug talked about earlier, here are
the other bugs that I propose to fix in Yahoo before the 0.32a release.
(They should be done in time for the schedule Jason talked about)
1) Hook in support for the "Blocked Buddies" group - This one will be
interesting because Yahoo actually uses a separate Ignore List
mechanism outside of the buddy list.
2) There are 2 bugs when you are logged off of Yahoo because you have
logged in somewhere else. - First, the dialog box you are shown is
incorrect; Second, you get a crash in executeRunLoopCheck for a service
which is disconnecting... (This one is a matter of the timer for run
loop check going off while you are in the middle of deactivating the
3) When buddies are deleted or moved to a different group, the server
is not being notified properly in some instances.
4) Fire is relying upon its own cached copy of the Yahoo! buddy list,
rather than the one sent from the server.
5) When a buddy rejects your request to add them, the Yahoo! server
expects the client to remove that buddy from the buddy list immediately.
The only UI change needed for these fixes is a new message in
YahooDefines.h for an alert to cover the situation where you have been
logged off because you logged in on another machine. I can have the
wording for that done right away and checked in... (actually adding the
alert will come a bit later)