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authorTails developers <amnesia@boum.org>2015-02-05 16:24:10 +0000
committerTails developers <amnesia@boum.org>2015-02-05 16:24:44 +0000
commitfd007414285abdf6f1a4fd4ae42a59f1afed8763 (patch)
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parent1a09799cb63fabba5f6bfda28769f5864bce1c4c (diff)
Update blueprint, again.
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@@ -12,18 +12,6 @@ Related pages
Status
======
-## code
-
-* Create the persistent "Tor Browser files" when needed.
-* Adjust bookmarks creation:
- * a GNOME bookmark pointing to `~/Tor Browser files/`,
- that's *always* present
- * a GNOME bookmark pointing to `~/Persistent/Tor Browser files`,
- that's only added when `~/Persistent/` is persistent read-write
-* Adjust AppArmor profiles to support the new directory names.
-* Configure Tor Browser to download to / upload from `~/Tor Browser
- files/` by default.
-
## documentation
* Document where users can download files, e.g.
@@ -43,6 +31,7 @@ Status
* relevant bits of feature/usb_install
- view persistent bookmarks, in read-only persistence mode ([[!tails_ticket 8787]])
- persistent bookmarks, RW
+* "Tails documentation" link on the Desktop ([[!tails_ticket 8788]])
## manual test OK
@@ -56,30 +45,39 @@ Status
## manual test OK, maybe needs automated test
-* YouTube audio and video playback
-* non-YouTube HTML5 video playback
-* "Tails documentation" link on the Desktop ([[!tails_ticket 8788]])
-* download to persistent `~/Downloads`, in read-write persistence mode
-* read from persistent `~/Downloads`, in read-write persistence mode
-* download to persistent `~/Downloads`, in read-only persistence mode
-* read from persistent `~/Downloads`, in read-only persistence mode
-* default download directory is `~/Downloads`
-* download to non-persistent `~/Downloads`
-* read from non-persistent `~/Downloads`
+* HTML5 video and audio playback
+* WebM video and audio playback
## known issues
-None currently.
+Currently none.
## needs testing
-* default upload directory is `~/Downloads`
+* download to persistent `~/Persistent/Tor Browser`, in
+ read-write persistence mode
+* read from persistent `~/Persistent/Tor Browser`, in read-write
+ persistence mode
+* download to persistent `~/Persistent/Tor Browser`, in
+ read-only persistence mode
+* read from persistent `~/Persistent/Tor Browser`, in read-only
+ persistence mode
+* default download directory is `~/Tor Browser`
+* download to amnesiac `~/Tor Browser`
+* read from amnesiac `~/Tor Browser`
+* default upload directory is `~/Tor Browser/`
+* `~/Tor Browser/` must always exist
+* there must always be a GTK bookmark to `~/Tor Browser/`
+* when `~/Persistent/` is persistent read-write, then
+ `~/Persistent/Tor Browser` must exist and there must be
+ a GNOME bookmark pointing to it
* import OpenPGP key from website:
- clicking on the "Tails signing key" link in Tails 1.2.3 leads in
a dialog whose default is "Open with Import Key"
- this is provided by `seahorse-pgp-keys.desktop`, that execs
`seahorse-tool --import`
* install a Firefox add-on (this does not mean we actively support that, right? :)
+* printing
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@@ -142,8 +140,10 @@ it is the case now.
So we give Tor Browser access to:
-* `~/Tor Browser files` (amnesiac)
-* `~/Persistent/Tor Browser files`
+* `~/Tor Browser` (that would be amnesiac, as everything else in
+ Tails by default)
+* `~/Persistent/Tor Browser` (that would be persistent, and only
+ created when `~/Persistent/` is made persistent)
Note that we don't call them "Downloads", because e.g. if someone
writes an ODT text and wants to upload it, having to move it to
@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@ Remaining questions:
files/`, `~/I2P Browser files/` and `~/Unsafe Brower files/` (the
latter may make sense now that we plan to move the LAN browsing
support into the Unsafe Browser) — and equivalently,
- `~/Persistent/Tor Browser files/`, etc.? or rather a single
+ `~/Persistent/Tor Browser/`, etc.? or rather a single
shared namespace, with e.g. `~/Browser files/Tor Browser`,
`~/Browser files/I2P Browser`, etc.?