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Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] IceCat browser default on Windows 7?

From: awakeyet
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] IceCat browser default on Windows 7?
Date: Mon, 2 Jan 2017 01:11:24 +0100 (CET)

are you implying that it's silly to look for problems and then improve by updating?

I guess  we should just stop looking for vulnerabilities to fix, because if we ignore them they will all just go away right? Wrong.

30. Dec 2016 15:38 by address@hidden:

IceCat 45 must have vulnerabilities too, and then someone will ask for
Icecat 52, etc.

El 30/12/16 a les 17:44, Daniel Quintiliani ha escrit:
Numerous remote code execution vulnerabilities? You're kidding me right?


-Dan Q

On Fri, 30 Dec 2016 11:06:10 +0100, Narcis Garcia <address@hidden> wrote:
People asking for a new IceCat version for Windows, they already have
IceCat 38.8.0 ans it seems usable.
Any freedom and security enhancement they ask for, it's to GNU/Linux

El 29/12/16 a les 23:58, Daniel Quintiliani ha escrit:
I think there's been a real problem lately where complaints by users are being confused with official project decisions. Like when v45.5 and v45.3 were released Linux only, some of us asked if a Windows version would be available, and it turned into arguments about whether we should expand non-DRM browsers under unfree systems. Instead of arguments we need to focus on the project and official policy vs mailing list opinions. We should also focus on who the decision makers actually are, to my knowledge Ruben has been busy lately but someone can easily say "Why should we maintain a Windows or Mac version of IceCat?" and be confused for someone who is making decisions for the project.


-Dan Q

On Thu, 29 Dec 2016 09:03:32 -0800, Gary Driggs <address@hidden> wrote:
Daniel Quintiliani wrote:

Ruben having discontinued Windows support for IceCat was the best and easiest way to force most of the human population into DRM.

Where did you see any such announcement?

Maybe we should start an alternate mailing list, address@hidden, so the rest of us can discuss technical topics in peace.




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