FxA timelines and you
lloyd at mozilla.com
Thu Oct 17 05:19:26 PDT 2013
On Oct 17, 2013, at 5:04 AM, Doug Turner <doug.turner at gmail.com> wrote:
> Have you guys figured out how FxA is going to work between processes? That is, suppose the FTU sets up a user. Now, I run my application and I call navigator.id. What happens? Am I going to be hitting the network, or are you going to save this info in the parent process and just share it with the application?
Once FxA is set up, every time you want to authenticate to a service, the network hit will be minimal (if any).
The current plan is to ship all resources on device in a system application.
> // Doug Turner
> On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 6:58 PM, Jared Hirsch <6a68 at mozilla.com> wrote:
> TL;DR - If you want to help danny and rfk, you should really consider doing it right away.
> Hey all,
> Here are some things I've learned from chatting with Rob Lord in #picl:
> * FXOS 1.3 is feature complete Dec 9, to be released in March
> * As of now, FxA is scheduled to be code complete & riding that train.
> * As of now, I think UX is working on mocks/flows, but I don't think they have clarity yet on the final feature set or any of the interactions.
> * Next week (Oct 21-25) there is a Madrid work week, in which FxA-Persona integration details will be worked out. Jed and Lloyd (and others?) will be there.
> Any of these things may be incorrect now, or become inaccurate in the immediate future. But, thought I'd share what I've learned, to try to give signin folks a sense of the ludicrous speed at which FxA needs to build. Signin devs, if you want to lend a hand, it's probably a good idea to do it soon (just some friendly advice).
> Sync devs, CCing you to be ridiculously overcommunicative, also in case timelines have changed in the past 24 hours, you can correct me here ;-)
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