Here we go with our regular update …
- Lots of movement on the Events Utility
- Contacts RSVP’ing to events are now created in the production instance of Mozilla CRM!
- Access to the administration interface is managed through Mozilla IAM.
- Email triggers for event participants were aligned with the Life-Cycle Marketing team.
- Recap of the Mozillians.org Repositioning UX Workshop last week: First mockups for Profiles and Search. Data model for future user profiles (Profile V2) defined.
- New Login Experience now provides users with a choice for auto-login.
- PoC implementation First iteration of an Expiration of Access implementation.
- Spam protection for Mozillians.org profiles activated. Profiles identified as spam by akismet are removed daily. About 1000 profiles were removed on its first run.
- @mkohler and @Mte90 continue to drive the modernization and bug-fixing on the Reps Portal.
- Huge PR from Andreas Lutro in our
django OpenID Connect library library adding OIDC support for DRF.
- Continued thank you to all the people who press the
Reportbutton on Mozillians.org spam profiles. Please send me a message and I will add you to future thank you notes.
IAM/CoSS Sprint Review
OKR Confidence Levels
This is our latest Q2 OKR confidence scoring. It is prefixed in brackets, the scale is 1 (low confidence) to 10 (high confidence).
O1: Easy to manage and trusted security
- (4) All Staff members have Mozillians.org profiles
- (2) Workday API integration scoped out with People team
- (4) Main components of the IAM Stack are hosted on the kubernetes-based Mozilla IAM infrastructure
- (8) Expiration of access based on service usage
O2: Build towards high-value needs
- (8) Add Firefox Accounts to account linking
- (8) Add Firefox Accounts as login method to Mozilla IAM
- (5) The Person API replaces Mozillians.org’s public API
- (5) Plan transition of Bugzilla to Mozilla IAM