What to do about CONDSTORE for GMail for TB 24?
mconley at mozilla.com
Wed Sep 4 14:26:23 UTC 2013
Wayne put together a query for possibly related bugs:
But I don't think we have a good idea yet on how widespread a problem
>> * Is the CONDSTORE issue this bug:
>> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=885220 ?
Quite possibly. I've only skimmed the bug, but it sounds like the issue
that Paenglab brought up. Unsure if it causes the same symptoms that
protz ran into.
>> * Is it a regression in TB 24, or is it also seen in 17.0.x (the bug
>> makes me think it is 17.0.x) ?
Yeah, reading through bug 885220, it sounds like 17.0.x is affected.
>> * When did Google enable condstore?
Hard to say (maybe Bienvenu could pin it down to a date?). The best I
can do is bound it to sometime after January 2013.
Talking to jcranmer (I think?) yesterday, he said that CONDSTORE support
for GMail should be fully rolled out to all accounts by now.
On 04/09/2013 9:58 AM, Mark Banner wrote:
> On 03/09/2013 20:29, Mike Conley wrote:
>> So during our bi-weekly Thunderbird meeting today, the issue of CONDSTORE (which was brought up in a separate thread on tb-planning, but I'm splitting out to primarily discuss what to do about the issue for TB 24) was brought up.
> Having just had a brief conversation with someone offline in this area,
> it reminded me that I didn't necessarily ask the right questions. So:
> * Is the CONDSTORE issue this bug:
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=885220 ?
> * Is it a regression in TB 24, or is it also seen in 17.0.x (the bug
> makes me think it is 17.0.x) ?
> * How many reports have we been seeing in get satisfaction?
> * When did Google enable condstore?
> The answers may affect what we want to do, i.e. if 17.0.x is seeing it,
> but we haven't had many reports, then I'd re-consider proposing leaving
> it enabled a bit longer whilst we try and fix it.
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