You may notice that I’m posting this on Monday instead of Friday (despite what the title says). Last week was a bit of a mess; I had a little bit of a surprise on Wednesday that involved my being taken to the hospital by ambulance (no lights and siren — it wasn’t that big a surprise), and that kept me away from work for most of the rest of the week.
I’m feeling fine now, although there’s some follow-up medical testing to do to check things out.
Anyway! On to the important stuff!
What I did this week
- Deleted an inappropriate article from the MDN inbox and emailed the author explaining why.
- Succeeded in first deployment of a test of my new live sample server-side component server project.
- Discovered the native GitHub application for Mac, which makes my life enormously easier.
- Added more information to the comments on bug 1063580, about how shift-refreshing of macros no longer lets you pick up changes to macros and submacros.
- Updated “How to create an MDN account” to consider that you can use either Persona or GitHub now as your authentication service. This fixed bug 1049972.
- Added the
dev-doc-neededkeyword to bug 1064843, which is about implementing
- Updated the draft of the State of MDN for August to include everything I could think of, so Ali can get it posted (which has happened!).
- Created the soapbox message to appear at the top of MDN pages about the net neutrality petition. This has since been removed once again, since the event in question has passed. This resolved bug 1060483.
- Finished debugging the
MakeColumnsForDLmacros. The former is new and the latter has been updated to support multiple
<dl>lists with interspersed headings.
Meetings attended this week
- #mdndev planning meeting.
- #mdndev triage meeting.
Last week started off on a high note, with some very productive activity, and then went sideways on Wednesday and never really recovered. I have high hopes for this week though!