Firefox for Android's UI polishing Hackathon

April 22, 2013

We’ve been discussing the idea of doing periodic topic-oriented hackathons in the front-end team. The idea is simple: pick a topic—a specific part or aspect of the product—and have the whole team focused on it for a couple days. The goal is to bring substantial and fast improvements on specific areas.

As an initial experiment, we’ll be doing the first hackathon this week from Wednesday to Friday and we’re going to focus on UI polishing bugs—those UI papercuts that are not so prominent in isolation but, when fixed en masse, make a whole lot of difference.

It’s important to have a good list of bugs before we begin. So, you can start nominating Fennec bugs for the hackathon now by tagging them with “ui-hackathon”. We’ll cleanup this list and maybe prioritize them a bit during the planning session on the first day of the hackathon.

As usual, everyone is welcome to participate. You can help us by tagging bugs, or better yet, fixing them. Have a look at the wiki page for more details on the agenda.

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