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Bugzilla: The BMO has been busy implementing security enhancements, and as a result, BMO now supports two-factor authentication. Setting this up is easy through BMO’s Preferences page.
Treeherder: The size of the Treeherder database dropped from ~700G to around ~80G thanks to a bunch of improvements in the way we store data. Jonathan French is working on improvements to the Sheriff Panel. And Treeherder is now ingesting data that will be used to support Automatic Starring, a feature we expect to be live in Q4.
Perfherder and Performance: Will Lachance has published a roadmap for Perfherder, and has landed some changes that should improve Perfherder’s performance. Talos tests on OSX 10.10 have been hidden in Perfherder because the numbers are very noisy; the reason for this is not currently known. Meanwhile, Talos has finally landed in mozilla-central, which should make it easier to iterate on. Thanks to our contributor Julien Pagès for making this happen! Joel Maher has posted a Talos update on dev.platform with many more details.
MozReview and Autoland: The web UI now uses BMO API keys; this should make logins smoother and eliminate random logouts. Several UI improvements have been made; see full list in the “Details” section below.
Mobile Automation: Geoff Brown has landed the much-requested |mach android-emulator| command, which makes it much easier to run tests locally with an Android emulator. Meanwhile, we’re getting closer to moving the last Talos Android tests (currently running on panda boards) to Autophone.
Developer Workflow: Our summer intern, Vaibhav Agrawal, landed support for an initial version of |mach find-test-chunk|, which can tell you which chunk a test gets run in. This initial version supports desktop mochitest only. Vaibhav gave an intern presentation this week, “Increasing Productivity with Automation”. Check it out!
General Automation: James Graham has enabled web-platform-tests-e10s on try, but they’re hidden pending investigation of tests which are problematic with e10s enabled. Joel Maher and Kim Moir in Release Engineering have tweaked our SETA coalescing, so that lower prioritized jobs are run at least every 7th push, or every hour; further increasing the coalescing window will wait until we have better automatic backfililng in place. Meanwhile, the number of chunks of mochitest-browser-chrome has been increased from 3 to 7, with mochitest-devtools-chrome soon to follow. This will make backfilling faster, as well as improving turnaround times on our infrastructure.
hg.mozilla.org: The bzexport and bzpost extensions have been updated to support BMO API keys.
Bughunter: Our platform coverage now includes opt and debug builds of linux32, linux64, opt-asan-linux64, OSX 10.6, 10.8, 10.9, and windows7 32- and 64-bit.