On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 11:15 AM, Nikos Roussos
On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 6:30 AM, Michael Cronenworth
I'm sure those that need to know, know, but for those that haven't heard
Mozilla's official Firefox build will enforce addons to contain a Mozilla
signature without any runtime option to disable the check. Initially this
prevents Fedora packaged addons since they are unsigned. The Mozilla signing
process takes time and can't be part of a package building process. Is
Fedora going to get authorization to build Firefox with a runtime disable
If the only way is to completely disable this feature, I'd prefer we don't.
I wouldn't like for us to ship a less secure build of Firefox.
A better way would be to add a "Fedora Signature" in addition to
mozilla's and use that for packaged extensions.
But that would require work on the build system (koji) side.