[tor-dev] Anti-censorship discussion with Briar devs

Georg Koppen gk at torproject.org
Wed Feb 27 09:54:00 UTC 2019

Torsten Grote:
> On 2/26/19 11:19 AM, Georg Koppen wrote:
>> I think we should be able to provide that with our Tor Browser builds
>> once we have all the PT pieces sorted out (which is rather soon).
> That would be nice!
>> So, probably the easiest way would then be to just copy the respective
>> binaries we produce over to include them in the Briar software
> I assume these binaries are reproducible?

They would be used for Tor Browser which has reproducibility as a hard
requirement, so yes.

> We are currently not including these binaries directly, but publish them
> as a library (gradle/maven to jcenter) where Briar and other projects
> can get them from.

Okay, good to know.

>> and pointing to our build process (we could even document building those PTs
>> as an example in our READMEs if that would be useful).
> Currently, we provide reproducible build and verification scripts as
> well as Docker containers for people to reproduce these binaries as
> conveniently as possible [1]. We currently produce binaries for the
> Android CPU architectures as well as for 64-bit Linux.
> It would be nice, if there would be the same once we switch to Tor's
> binaries.

That should be doable. I'll open a ticket on Trac for that once we get
Tor Browser for Android into stable shape and the dust settles a bit.


> Kind Regards,
> Torsten
> [1] https://code.briarproject.org/briar/go-reproducer#go-reproducer
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