[Dev] Let's revert and move changes introduced by bugs #645 and #677 on Iceweasel

Isaac David isacdaavid at isacdaavid.info
Mon Nov 2 04:45:12 GMT 2015

Le dim. 1 nov. 2015 à 17:53, Florian Pelz <pelzflorian at pelzflorian.de> 
a écrit :
> Hm… Does Firefox Hello / Telefónica engage in mass surveillance 
> known to
> us?

Not that I know. Nonetheless I think [nonprism] would be the best place 
for the current privacy-oriented browsers IF people want to maintain 
both variants, given that all packages in [nonprism] are about making 
free software more private. There's also the general purpose [pcr], in 
case people want [nonprism] to stick exclusively to Snowden-esque 
levels of privacy concerns. I will suggest no more because I believe 
the packager's opinion is what matters the most.

> They certainly can, but a quick (maybe too quick) Web search does
> not show anything. What is the criterion to remove them from nonprism?

I don't know if there's a well-defined criterion based on confirmed 
mass surveillance or anything, but I would understand if there weren't 

Can anyone more experienced answer this question? I would like to know 
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