[Pkg-anonymity-tools] meek debian packaging brainstorming
u at 451f.org
Mon Sep 29 10:59:48 UTC 2014
reheating this meal/mail as it'll go down the drain otherwise, eventually.
> as you may already know, meek  is a pluggable transport. Quite a
> convenient one for TBB users. They don't even have to obtain bridges and
> it just works out of the box.
That's a great feature indeed.
> I've recently posted a feature request for packaging it for Debian. 
You should probably open an RFP bug on the Debian BTS, too. 
> Unfortunately it won't be that simple because it is coupled with Tor
> Browser. Eventually you have some ideas how that could be done.
I just cloned the repository and from what i see there are actually
separate programs in it, that is meek-server, meek-client, appengines,
and browser plugins.
I suppose they all could be built into separate packages? I am thinking
here especially of the browser extensions.. (in that case i can help).
Or should there be meek-server and meek-client?
Or could it work like the tor package, where client and server are
delivered in the same package?
Unfortunately I am not very knowledgeable with Golang, nor with meek, so
i can propose to help only with some guidance (from Lunar for example?).
>  https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/meek
>  https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/13160
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