Intéressant échange :
--- Comment #68 from Matthew N. [:MattN] <MattNfirstname.lastname@example.org
> 2014-03-18 19:00:28 PDT ---
RE: "Volume control for HTML5 audio/video"
Lukas, the release notes make it seem like we just added audio controls to
HTML5 <video> and <audio> which is not what this bug did. We have had audio
controls on <video> and <audio> probably from the beginning of their support in
Firefox. "Horizontal" is the key word in the summary that was missed. The
<audio> controls got removed in bug 502892 since the vertical orientation was
causing problems. This bug made the controls horizontal so they will also work
on <audio> and <video>. In summary, the functional change in this bug is that
the volume control on <audio> is back.
Since there have been multiple times that the release notes have been
inaccurate and lead to misinformation spreading in the press, I would like to
suggest (again) that release note text is shared in the bug before being
published so developers can ensure it is accurate.
--- Comment #69 from Lukas Blakk [:lsblakk] <email@example.com
> 2014-03-18 19:37:22 PDT ---
Thank you for your help in catching this, I've pushed an update to reflect the
*horizontal* aspect of this. Interestingly, notes are on Aurora, then Beta,
then Release and we have several opportunities for people to look them over.
There is a longer-term plan to work with a new publishing system that would
allow us to automate the posting of notes *from* bugs so the text of the note
would be in the bug, as you suggest - this is something we want - however at
the moment it's a lot of effort and something that changes regularly so I think
we must try to do better at sharing out the notes for review in the meantime to
continue to catch these discrepancies. While I currently share the notes with
release-drivers and press mailing lists, they could also be sent to mailing
lists where more engineering eyes will see them so let's try that and see if
that helps in the pre-release period.
Votre Navigateur : Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:26.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/26.0