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Re: [tor-talk] Why so many bugfixes?
On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 12:01:43PM -0500, Griffin Boyce wrote:
> On 2014-02-23 22:21, Anon wrote:
>> Why so many bugfixes?
>> 455 tor.git Changelog entries with names "(Major|Minor) Bugfixes".
>> Do tor need better testing?
> There was just a major event where there was extensive testing and
This was a major community/social event, the Winter Tor Developers Meeting,
_Not_ some major breach event or similar, just in case anyone was wondering.
> bugfixes. But as a rule, more testing reveals bugs which leads to
> bugfixing which leads to additional testing... A lot has been written
> about software development as ouroboros, but the short answer is that this
> is typical of software projects that are being actively maintained.
> If you don't see a lot of ongoing development in a security project, be
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