On 06.08.2017 00:33, Ralph Seichter wrote: > On 06.08.17 00:08, Chad MILLER wrote: > >> Careful. 0.3.0.1 > 0.2.9.14orsomething, but the former is probably >> too buggy. > I fail to see how that relates to my earlier message. When a new Tor > production version is released, it is by definition recommended, or it > would not be a production release in the first place. If later it turns > out that a particular Tor version is buggy, in can be manually removed > from the list of recommended versions. > > -Ralph I’m not sure if “production version/release” is a term formally defined for Tor releases, but 0.3.0.1 was at least not a “stable” release: the announcement of Tor 0.3.0.6  declares it “the first stable release of the Tor 0.3.0 series”. And indeed, on the consensus health page , I can see that several directory authorities don’t recommend any Tor versions between 0.2.9.* and 0.3.0.7 (0.3.0.6 had a “medium-severity security bug” , I assume that’s why it’s not recommended either).
Cheers, Lucas : https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-announce/2017-April/000128.html : https://consensus-health.torproject.org/ : https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-announce/2017-May/000129.html
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