Here is my status report for March 2022.
This month we released several versions! 11.0.7, 11.0.9, 11.5a6, 11.5a8 for desktop, and now we have just started to prepare 11.0.10. I have helped review the rebases, and I have been the second builder for some of them.
Some of the fixes they include are partially my doing :
- I have fixed a small issue that broke Onion services authentication in 11.0.6 (tor-browser#40802);
- I have added a patch to keep the URL fragment/hash on onion-location redirects (tor-browser#34366);
- I have completed the patch to show IPv6 addresses in the circuit display that we initially received by @illia-v from our community (tor-browser#14939).
For Android, I have tried to help with the crash we have in 11.0.8. But eventually, we started working on the update from Firefox 96 to 99.
I have rebased Geckoview (tor-browser#40857), reviewed other rebases, and helped solve some build problems (all the details are on tor-browser-build#40446).
Then, I continued with the work from the previous months. I have fixed some small details in the and pages. I also presented them at our latest demo day .
Yesterday I started working on the new UI to show configured bridges, and I will continue it in the first days of April.
As anticipated last month, I also continued working on the HTTPS-Everywhere replacement and the TBB tests. In particular, I have added a test to monitor our font fingerprint and make sure it does not change between versions.
Thank you all!