#760: please add a README file to torbutton source
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 Reporter:  arno                    |          Owner:  (none)
     Type:  defect                  |         Status:  closed
 Priority:  Low                     |      Milestone:
Component:  Applications/Torbutton  |        Version:  1.1
 Severity:  Normal                  |     Resolution:  wontfix
 Keywords:                          |  Actual Points:
Parent ID:                          |         Points:
 Reviewer:                          |        Sponsor:
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Changes (by gk):

 * status:  new => closed
 * resolution:  None => wontfix


Old description:

> Hi,
> torbutton new version adds a lot of security improvements. But, some of
> these improvements involve behaviour which might
> seem strange at first glance (for example, if you load a page without
> tor, switch to tor use, you cannot load a link from that page).
>
> Those strange behaviours are documented online at
> https://torbutton.torproject.org/dev/#FAQ
>
> We plan to package torbutton for debian.
> In debian, software documentation is usually placed in a well known
> location (/usr/share/doc directory).
> So, when users encounter those strange behaviours, they will be likely to
> check for documentation in that location, instead of trying to get some
> documentation online.
> Therefore, we'd like to ship a FAQ or README file inside our package.
>
> So, if you ship a FAQ or README file as part of torbutton repository,
> that will make things easy for us.
>
> If that's a problem for you, we'll probably just dump
> https://torbutton.torproject.org/dev/ to plain text.
>
> [Automatically added by flyspray2trac: Operating System: All]

New description:

 Hi,
 torbutton new version adds a lot of security improvements. But, some of
 these improvements involve behaviour which might
 seem strange at first glance (for example, if you load a page without tor,
 switch to tor use, you cannot load a link from that page).

 Those strange behaviours are documented online at
 https://torbutton.torproject.org/dev/#FAQ

 We plan to package torbutton for debian.
 In debian, software documentation is usually placed in a well known
 location (/usr/share/doc directory).
 So, when users encounter those strange behaviours, they will be likely to
 check for documentation in that location, instead of trying to get some
 documentation online.
 Therefore, we'd like to ship a FAQ or README file inside our package.

 So, if you ship a FAQ or README file as part of torbutton repository, that
 will make things easy for us.

 If that's a problem for you, we'll probably just dump
 https://torbutton.torproject.org/dev/ to plain text.

 [Automatically added by flyspray2trac: Operating System: All]

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Comment:

 Torbutton is nothing that is separate anymore.

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