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+[[!meta title="September 2015 online meeting"]]
+# Volunteers to handle "[Hole in the roof](https://labs.riseup.net/code/versions/198)" tickets this month
+- People have not much time to work on this.
+- Anonym will try to finish [[!tails_ticket 6302]] this month which
+ invalidates one of them ([[!tails_ticket 7546]]).
+# Important tickets flagged for next release but without assignee
+- [[!tails_ticket 10013]] will be done by anonym.
+- [[!tails_ticket 10016]] will also be done by anonym, as part of his RM
+- [[!tails_ticket 9538]] will be handled by wilbns, who will email
+ our fundraising ML. We won't be surprised if sajolida jump in too.
+# Availability for LHF
+Around 4 people (emmapeel, MoC, wilbns and bertagaz) will be around
+for Sep 12th so it is confirmed.
+# Availability for the month
+Most people will be available, with different timelines (KyTV mainly not
+durng the day for the next two weeks, anonym on weekdays only).
+# [[!tails_ticket 9818 desc="Greeter option to enable webcam"]]
+This feature isn't worth working on it and bloating the greeter with yet
+another option when a simple duck tape can protect the user against
+webcam spying. After all, Torproject is distributing nice stickers for
+that. Not to mention that most people will certainly forget to activate
+this option when needed. So we chose to reject this ticket.
+# [[!tails_ticket 9934 desc="Evaluate scantailor to be shipped within Tails"]]
+We see no good reasons to add such a badly maintained software in Tails,
+when users can use the addtional software feature which is just meant
+for that. So we chose to reject it.
+# [[!tails_ticket 8225 desc="please install mixmaster (or teach us how)"]]
+This one was a tougher discussion. For most of us the use cases weren't
+that clear, but it was still thought to be insteresting if for example
+one have her own trusted email infrastructure, and would like to send
+some emails without revealing it.
+Some raised concerns about the state of the mixmaster network. Questions
+about that will be asked by DrWhax at the next Tor dev meeting.
+It was raised that Tails claims to be feature complete with Incognito,
+which was shipped with mixmaster and a preconfigured account to use it
+in Thunderbird. It doesn't seem that complicated to do, as there are
+simple wrappers that turn mixmaster into a local SMTP server. Jake
+popped up in the discussion and gave its support to this option ("every
+anonymity tool that people use in reality, which includes
+mixmaster/mixminion, would be good to include"), as well as a quick try.
+We were also pointed to
+But that's still one more feature that would have to be worked on and
+maintained over time. We're not sure to have the energy for that.
+So the decision was to put this ticket in low priority and call for
+patches to either include it in Tails, or document on the website how to