Dev call 4/7/2010 minutes

Note: This is an old post in a blog with a lot of posts. The world has changed, technologies have changed, and I've changed. It's likely this is out of date and not representative. Let me know if you think this is something that needs updating.


Miro 3.0.1 status (roadmap)

  • need confirmations on 13120 fix: Luc and Will will follow up on this

  • need a better ui for when the zugo installer fails to download the miro installer; bug 13121; Janet's following up on this

  • need to update translations; Will will do this

Miro 3.1 status (roadmap)

  • coming along nicely

  • seriously considering dropping support for OSX 10.4

Miro Community 1.0 status (roadmap)

  • coming along nicely


  • Bug 13120 - Worked with Anne to find the possible cause of the problem, but it's still completely mysterious. Implemented a workaround that works on Anne's machine, but waiting for additional confirmation for other machines (David and additional GS person). Seems like the workaround should fix it for everyone, but it'd be good to have additional confirmation.

  • Worked on some other less important things.


  • It was a forgettable week.

  • Did some testing on the search bug, Miro Video Converter, continued refining regression tests and made some new ones.

  • Will follow up with Zugo and Nick about bug 13121 and required interface changes.


  • Worked on bugs from 3.0.

  • Working on replacing httpclient with libcurl (_so_ much better so far).


  • Pushed out Miro Community v0.9.5 with a bunch of fixes.

  • Working design-side of new features for 1.0.

  • In good shape for Miro 1.0--probably 6 weeks of work.


  • Did some follow-up work on some bugs, but mostly spent the week playing catch-up with real life stuff.

OSX information

There were around 470,000 visitors to the Miro Guide site who were using OSX. Breakdown:

OSX 10.6 - 50%
OSX 10.5 - 35%
OSX 10.4 - 12%
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