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[tor-talk] Tor is released!

(Also, was released last week.  If you didn't know, you should
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Hi, all!

You can find the source code for Tor at
www.torrpoject.org at the usual place.  It's an alpha, so please
expect plenty of bugs, and be ready to report them.  Packages should
be out over the next weeks -- I'd expect this series to hit Tor
Browser alpha releases some time in the middle of June.

This alpha release is coming out a little ahead of schedule to fix bug
22368, which was affecting relay stability and preventing us from
getting good testing information about the 0.3.1.x series.

Changes in version - 2017-05-26
  Tor is the second release in the 0.3.1.x series. It
  fixes a few bugs found while testing, including a
  memory corruption bug that affected relay stability.

  Below are the changes since

  o Major bugfixes (crash, relay):
    - Fix a memory-corruption bug in relays that set MyFamily.
      Previously, they would double-free MyFamily elements when making
      the next descriptor or when changing their configuration. Fixes
      bug 22368; bugfix on

  o Minor bugfixes (logging):
    - Log a better message when a directory authority replies to an
      upload with an unexpected status code. Fixes bug 11121; bugfix

  o Minor bugfixes (memory leak, directory authority):
    - When directory authorities reject a router descriptor due to
      keypinning, free the router descriptor rather than leaking the
      memory. Fixes bug 22370; bugfix on
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