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Mozilla: Code Review, Translations, and Tor Browser 10.0.12

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  • The Benefits Of Code Review For The Reviewer

    Code Review is an essential part of the process of publishing code. We often talk about the benefits of code review for projects and for people writing the code. I want to talk about the benefits for the person actually reviewing the code.

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    There is a feel good opportunity when doing good code reviews. Specifically, when the review helped to improve both the code and the developer. Nothing better than the last comment of a developer being happy of having the code merged and the feeling of improving skills.

  • Introducing Fabiola Lopez

    Please join us in welcoming Fabiola Lopez (Fabi) to the team. Fabi will be helping us with support content in English and Spanish, so you’ll see her in both locales.

  • New Release: Tor Browser 10.0.12

    Tor Browser 10.0.12 is now available from the Tor Browser download page and also from our distribution directory.

    This version updates Desktop Firefox to 78.8.0esr and Android Firefox to 86.1.0. In addition, Tor Browser 10.0.12 updates NoScript to 11.2.2, Openssl to 1.1.1j, and Tor to 0.4.5.6. This version includes important security updates to Firefox for Desktop, and similar important security updates to Firefox for Android.

Tor Browser 10.0.12 Is Released

  • Tor Browser 10.0.12 Is Released

    The latest version of the Tor projects web browser bundle has their re-branded Mozilla Firefox browser updated to version 78.8.0esr, the NoScript for it updated to version 11.2.2 and the Tor client is updated to version 0.4.5.6. Firefox 78.8.0esr contains three high impact security fixes so Tor users who use this bundle should upgrade.

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