November 23rd I blogged about the active survey covering the information flow inside our Firefox Automation team. This survey was open until November 30th and I thank everyone of the participants which have taken the time to get it filled out. In the following you can find the results: Most of the contributors who are following our activities are with Mozilla for the last 3 years. Whereby half of them joined less than a year ago. There is also a 1:1 split between volunteers and paid staff members. This is
Within the Firefox Automation team we were suffering a bit in sharing information about our work over the last couple of months. That mainly happened because I was alone and not able to blog more often than once in a quarter. The same applies to our dev-automation mailing list which mostly only received emails from Travis CI with testing results. Given that the team has been increased to 4 people now (beside me this is Maja Frydrychowicz, Syd Polk, and David Burns, we want to be more open again and
Some days ago Mozilla put a new survey online to get feedback from their users how Firefox is used in their country. If you are living in Brasil, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Poland, Spain, or a German-speaking country please take the survey. It will only take 5-10 minutes to finish but will help Mozilla to improve the user experience and distribution of Firefox in your country.