[tbb-dev] sandboxed-tor-browser and TBB 7.5a5.

Georg Koppen gk at torproject.org
Fri Sep 29 06:01:00 UTC 2017

Roger Dingledine:
> On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 04:59:46AM +0000, Yawning Angel wrote:
>> Don't know.  Depends on if people expect the alpha channel to be usable
>> or not.

Well, I think assuming issues is okay but we should not leave it broken.
Yawning, could you tag a new release? Then we can build a new
sandboxed-tor-browser and put that out. Just falling back to an older
version won't help.

> It is true that the right thing for the Tor Browser team to do now is
> either to take down the alpha sandbox, because it is known to not work
> at all, or to put up a new updated one.
> Leaving the current one in place is not among the reasonable options. :)

I tend to agree although I think we should avoid just taking it down as
it is not totally broken in the sense that choosing any option would
result in a non-working browser.


> --Roger
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