Opened 3 years ago

Last modified 3 months ago

#19496 new task

Provide backports for obfs4proxy Debian packages

Reported by: irl Owned by:
Priority: Medium Milestone:
Component: Obfuscation/Obfsproxy Version:
Severity: Normal Keywords: debian, packaging, obfs4proxy
Cc: infinity0, lunar Actual Points:
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obfs4proxy was package in Debian in #12910, but is currently only available in Debian testing and unstable.

Producing backports for Debian jessie and currently supported Ubuntu suites would improve availability to relay operators, and make it easier for relay operators to run useful bridges.

I'm happy to do this work, but it should be coordinated with infinity0/lunar who currently maintain the package in Debian. I'm also happy for them to do the backporting work.

For the Ubuntu backports, we should host these on deb.tpo (and if we choose to do so we should host Debian packages (sid, stretch, jessie) there too for completeness.

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comment:1 Changed 3 years ago by lunar

We actually do provide backports:

(They haven't been updated for the recent releases though.)

The rationale for using a custom suite is 1. it's too complicated to backport all the Go dependencies; 2. we don't need to do it because the resulting binary is statically linked.

So I believe this is more a problem of documentation and ownership on updates. :)

comment:2 Changed 3 months ago by teor

Owner: asn deleted
Status: newassigned

asn does not need to own any obfuscation tickets any more. Default owners are trouble.

comment:3 Changed 3 months ago by cohosh

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