Tracking bugs for Thunderbird 24

Ludovic Hirlimann ludovic at
Thu Jun 20 08:22:52 UTC 2013

On 6/19/13 11:36 AM, Mark Banner wrote:
> We're now in the phase of stabilising TB 24 for the next releases.
> To help us with getting it stable, if there are significant 
> regressions, or other usability issues in the betas, please ensure 
> bugs are filed, and they have the flag "tracking-thunderbird24" set to 
> "?".
> Please ensure they have clear STR, and an impact analysis might help 
> as well if it isn't clear from the bug.
> We will then review these and either track or not.
> Some additional notes:
>   * New features and other new changes will obviously not be tracked.
>   * If a bug is not a significant regression/issue, but there is a
>     patch and you would like to get that in for TB 24. Please *do not*
>     request "tracking-thunderbird24", but request
>     "approval-comm-aurora" or "approval-comm-beta" on the patch once
>     it has been reviewed.
>       o Details about patches which may be pushed to branches can be
>         found here:
> The bugs that are being tracked are the ones we will focus on over the 
> next couple of cycles as TB 24 moves towards release.
> You can view the bug queries for the tracking lists here:
Now I'm looking at the few people that are actively producing patches 
for TB - looking at this list is the thing to do NOW :-)


[:Usul] SRE Team at Mozilla
QA Lead fof Thunderbird

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