The release notes don't mention TLS on-by-default yet (and I did not want to resurrect the old bugs). Fx 26, Bug 733647 (and B2G 1.2, see Bug 733647 Comment 58): "Enabled TLS 1.1 by default." Fx 27, Bug 861266 (thus B2G 1.3): "Enabled TLS 1.2 by default." The extended release notes / press release should (to avoid confusion in the press) point out that Firefox did support TLS 1.1 (pref-able since Fx 23, accoding to Bug 733642) and (iirc) TLS 1.2 (don't know which) since a few versions, but has only been enabled in the above mentioned versions. The Fx 26 press release could also mention that TLS 1.2 is coming in the next, Fx 27 version.
This is not appropriate to be tracked by a tracking flag or a blocking flag.
This is mostly a Firefox thing, not Firefox OS (though it applies to it as well but inherits). This is important for PR.
relnote? is enough for it to get brought up for discussion on final release notes.
Florian, as you can see by what happened with the enabling/disabling of TLS 1.1, the relnote keyword and relnote-firefox? flags are a better way of tracking the need to add a release note. I will add those to bug 861266.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 861266
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