[tor-project] January 2019 report for the Tor Browser team
gk at torproject.org
Thu Feb 7 13:58:00 UTC 2019
2019 started with two releases for the Tor Browser team, Tor Browser
8.0.5 and 8.5a7. Both contain security fixes to Firefox and ship
updated Tor versions (0.3.5.7 and 0.4.0.1-alpha, respectively).
The alpha release, moreover, contains our new logo for the alpha channel
(thanks to Antonela and Richard for driving this!) and a number of fixes
to crashes noticed in previous releases.
Apart from working on those releases we moved forward with our work on
the next Tor Browser for Android milestone, TBA-a3. All tickets tracked
for this task can be found under the `TBA-a3` keyword. For the
desktop side we made further progress in our security settings
redesign and started to move to a new toolchain for Windows, which is
The full list of tickets closed by the Tor Browser team in January is
accessible using the `TorBrowserTeam201901` keyword in our bug tracker.
In February we plan to release another alpha containing in partiulcar
the latest improvements for mobile users and to start addressing the
remaining blockers for a Tor Browser 8.5 stable release. We'll work
further on our toolchain improvements (the mingw-w64/clang-based
toolchain and building 32bit Linux bundles on 64bit machines) and on
our Tor Launcher and Torbutton integration into the browser code
All tickets on our radar for this month can be seen with the
`TorBrowserTeam201902` keyword in our bug tracker.
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