Firefox ESR package is really needed
logan at ubuntu.com
Sat Sep 9 21:08:24 UTC 2017
Matthias, it looks like you added firefox-esr to the sync blacklist from
Debian in this commit
Can you please shine some light on why this change was made? Thanks!
On Sat, Sep 9, 2017 at 2:03 PM, Nrbrtx <nrbrtx at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Ubuntu developers!
> For enterprise Ubuntu users Firefox ESR
> <https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/> is needed.
> It does not change too fast and support old "LEGACY" extensions
> This problem was discussed at least twice on AskUbuntu (see
> package-to-install-firefox-esr and https://askubuntu.com/question
> s/505895/how-can-i-install-an-older-version-of-firefox-in-ubuntu-14-04 ).
> There is a bug about this problem on Launchpad (see
> For example in Windows my organization uses Firefox ESR.
> We do not need bells and whistles, we need to do our work with stable user
> experience and without security vulnerabilities.
> Debian already has Firefox ESR (see https://packages.debian.org/
> search?suite=all&exact=1&searchon=names&keywords=firefox-esr) for all
> supported versions.
> Please add these packages to all supported Ubuntu versions.
> You may want to use bleeding edge version as default, but please add
> firefox-esr package too.
> With best regards,
> ubuntu-desktop mailing list
> ubuntu-desktop at lists.ubuntu.com
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