schwarzr wrote:I am a Q4OS developer, Raspberry Pi stuff has approved us to contribute here, in this forum. Firefox release for Raspbian Jessie didn't exist before, as far as I know. It could be desired new feature for some users, so posted here.
Hi! Nice to meet you, I'm SoAMG. You obviously have put effort into this, so why only do it part way? Your PGP is self signed with no other signatures to verify whats on the tin, and PGP.MIT.EDU has no keys listed for your domain. If you'd like people to use your stuffs, they are far more likely to do so if they see that there is more than "I promise I am who I am, and I haven't done anything with the code". I'd like my FF to not drop my Pis on a BotNet. Fair enough?
So get yourself signed with a key, EC if you please, and update to https, people looking at old instructions will still resolve correctly and from henceforth you now have an https repo. Again, it's really a small effort and it goes to show your users that you give a rats tuchus about them. I trust Mozilla, they've been at the game for a while. You need to prove you are trustworthy.
I prefer to use the Extended Release version of Firefox which is in Raspbian Jessie if fully updated
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