[tbb-dev] Tentative roadmap up to (and including March 2019)

Georg Koppen gk at torproject.org
Mon Oct 15 11:58:00 UTC 2018

> Hi!
> Georg Koppen:
>> Below comes the link to our tentative roadmap:
>> https://pad.riseup.net/p/tbb-roadmap-2018-19
> Thanks a lot! I've checked the bits that we discussed at the Tails
> summit together, which are most likely to impact Tails:
>> - Single-locale language repacks (#27466) (georg)
>> - Sign our own extensions (#26553) (georg)
> I assume that both are 8.5 material, to be released next March.

That's at least the tentative plan, yes.

> We'll need to be in the loop for these changes:
>  - Single-locale language repacks: if done alone it will break our use
>    case, but last time I checked the repack trick code, it seemed not
>    to hard to additionally generate a bundle with all locales
>    included, which would be perfect for us.
>  - Sign our own extensions: my last comment on the ticket still
>    applies. If the code/pref we need has to be fully removed, we can
>    deal with it ourselves somehow; the earlier we know we'll have to
>    do that, the better for our own roadmapping process.
>> - Tor Launcher migration (#XXX) (mcs/brade)
> Is the goal to include this change in 8.5?

Probably. I like to get done as much of the Tor Launcher migration as
possible *before* we start with the browser migration to the new ESR, as
we'll usually have lots of other stuff to do in that period.

> The corresponding notes on
> https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/meetings/2018MexicoCity/Notes/TBBMeetingDays
> vaguely suggest it'll rather for 68 ESR but I'd like to be sure.
> In any case, I'd appreciate if someone could give me the corresponding
> ticket number if/once there's one :)



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