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Re: [tor-talk] Tor Browser for OpenBSD update

On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 05:49:46PM -0500, George wrote:
> The Tor BSD Diversity Project (https://torbsd.github.io/) has done some
> substantial overhauling of TB for OpenBSD in the past week, with a bunch
> of releases aimed at refining the port.
> We are still at version 5.5 and are in development mode, but we'll be
> working on 5.5.2 in the near future. We are fully aware of the
> vulnerabilities in version 5.5 and 5.5.1.
> Getting TB into the OpenBSD ports would be an enormously important step.
> OpenBSD maintains fanatical and refreshing attention to clean, correct
> code. For instance, OpenBSD project forked OpenSSL in 2014 with LibreSSL
> (.org), which is a tighter, more secure implementation that is fully
> portable.
> The README files for installation directions are located in the
> appropriate architecture directory at
> http://mirrors.nycbug.org/pub/snapshots/packages/{amd64,i386}/
> A short list of recent changes includes:
> * the creation of i386 TB packages
> * elimination of unnecessary packaging in favor of native Mozilla
> mechanisms wherever possible
> * reworking of run-dependencies and the addition of a meta port to aid
> in installation
> * reworking of the Firefox addon .xpi packaging to be kinder to the
> filesystem (torbutton, tor-launcher, noscript, https-everywhere)
> We are getting very useful feedback from the main OpenBSD developer who
> is focused on Mozilla porting.
> We are regularly keeping the blog updated at
> https://torbsd.github.io/blog.html as we make progress.
> Feedback always welcome for the testers and code-readers out there.

I see your correspondence in OpenBSD's ports mailing list, but I don't have
clear understanding about future OpenBSD 5.9 release. Whether the inclusion
of the port of tbb in it? I mean stable port tree for OpenBSD 5.9.

Thank you.
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