Crash Reporting: Mozilla's Open Source Solution

A session at OSCON 2009

Monday 20th July, 2009

11:35am to 12:35pm (PST)

Mozilla's open source crash reporting system premiered in Firefox 3.0. Combining the Google Breakpad and Mozilla Socorro projects, Mozilla has created a system that allows millions of client applications to report crashes back to a central location for analysis. This talk is intended for people interested in how the new Firefox crash reporting works and how it is applicable to other projects.

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Austin King

Seattle based non-dogmatic Artist / Programmer type human. Web developer with Mozilla. Spell check is for the week.

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Ted Mielczarek

Mozillian, daddy, hack of all trades. bio from Twitter

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Time 11:35am12:35pm PST

Date Mon 20th July 2009

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