How to keep up to date with the Mozilla development
I, like most other people, don't have that much time trying to keep up to date with what's going on in the Mozilla project.
Here's my quick list of tools and sites that I use to, on a daily basis, keep up to date with the Mozilla development.
Assigned bugs changed within the last 24 hours
The link will show you the assigned bugs that has changed within the last 24 hours. This will give you a quick overview of what bugs that could possible land (be checked into the Mozilla code) very soon. It's the quickest way to see what's being worked on right now.
Checkins in the last 24 hours
The shows the actual checkins that has happened in the last 24 hours. Here you can see what actually landed in the Mozilla code. Most of the stuff shown here will be available in the next version of Firefox (or Thunderbird)
Blogs in the Mozilla community
Another great way to monitor the Mozilla community is to read the different blogs from the Mozilla contributers. Planet Mozilla and my own Blogupdates are great ways to quickly get an overview of all the blogs.