> On 6 Aug 2017, at 09:20, Ralph Seichter <tor-relays...@horus-it.de> wrote:
> 
> On 06.08.17 00:41, Chad MILLER wrote:
> 
>> We have several supported lines. Simple greater-than doesn't tell us
>> anything about later-ness.
> 
> That's common when developing on multiple branches. In any case, I did
> not say that greater-than is relevant, only newer-than on a production
> branch, but even that is not crucial. My main point is that I find it
> surprising that the list of recommended Tor versions is not centrally
> maintained and distributed automatically once a new production release
> is made available to the public.

This would be a single point of failure (and possibly compromise).
We try to avoid those by having people involved in the updates.

T

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