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Fri, 16 Mar 2018 18:45:04 +0100
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ng0 <address@hidden> writes:
> I think we found it to be good enough to be included in master, or did I miss
> Would be nice if I could drop my local patch (and building). The team around
> Taler seems
> to be interested in it as well as far as I can remember our chats in Leipzig.
Reading up on GNU Taler, Chromium seems like a poor choice for an
anonymous payment system. Why not GNU IceCat? I don't see Chromium
becoming stable enough for guaranteed privacy any time soon. And a full
fork would require a large maintenance team.
Unfortunately I got busy after the latest update, and haven't had time
to work on 65 yet. I will send an update once I get around to it, and
also try some other Inox patches and see if they help with the "first
launch" issue -- hopefully within a week or two.
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