Monthly Archives: June 2014

Scoping Bug 826753 – release automation should update ship it at certain points

I spent Tuesday scoping Bug 826753 – release automation should update ship it at certain points, and I have come up with a set of clear deliverables. This list could still be modified going forward, but here is the rough layout.

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Tupperware: Mozilla apps in Docker!

Announcing Tupperware, a setup for Mozilla apps in Docker! Tupperware is portable, reusable, and containerized. But unlike typical tupperware, please do not put it in the Microwave. Why? This is a project born out of a need to lower the

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Manual Testing of Arbitrary Builds

When a new selfserve-agent change is pushed to production, it's necessary to verify functionality with some maual testing. Here are some steps to basic testing: If no new try job to mess with, then submit one, see ReleaseEngineering/TryServer   hg

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Deployed BuildAPI bug fix, L2 Access, Tupperware

A bunch of new stuff! New Things Deployed BuildAPI 8e291c17c8b6 for Bug 1009565 – done Friday Updated wiki https://wiki.mozilla.org/ReleaseEngineering/BuildAPI#Updating_code https://wiki.mozilla.org/ReleaseEngineering/How_To/Update_BuildAPI Requested level 2 commit access Requested creation of new build repo at hg.m.o/build/tupperware Requested creation of a public Docker repository

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About Me

The more I write software, the more I realize what drives me and sustains my interest in this profession; and it's the people. Writing software someone is going to directly benefit from is as exciting as any job that I can think of. My goals are to work with a company that isn't just holding the line, but is pushing the edge of what is out there. I seek to make an impact on my community and my planet, in a positive and uplifting way through the power of software.