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Re: [tor-talk] Debian bureaucracy
> Jérémy Bobbio <lunar@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> For those interested in details: Mike Hommey and the security team
>> agreed to ship an iceweasel-src package built from Iceweasel source that
>> could be used to maintain forks of Iceweasel in Debian in compliance
>> with the "no code duplication" policy. What is actually missing is work
>> to get a properly co-installable and upgradable version of a system-wide
>> Torbrowser. This simply requires technical work, no politics involved.
> Is it possible to point easily to the work required (bugs, wiki)? I
> have seen this "iceweasel-src" solution mentioned before, but it's not
> clear to me what this entails. I would love to see "apt-get install
> tor-browser" or similar work...perhaps I may contribute here.
Glad you are asking. Here:
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