Thunderbird 60 --> 68 ... and google oauth ... and add-ons
neandr at gmx.de
Fri Nov 1 11:59:06 UTC 2019
With Reminderfox (vers.220.127.116.11 on TB60.x) having events stored on GCal,
it's "only" necessary to removed the login credentials and do a new
Not that fine, but doable.
The important point: no code change is required for us.
Am 01.11.19 um 12:29 schrieb John Bieling:
> Google changed their OAUTH last week, without any notice.
> Am 01.11.2019 um 11:23 schrieb Eyal Rozenberg:
>> > Unfortunately this issue also affects users of the EOL version 60.
>> How is this possible? 60 has been out for a very long time - and for
>> all this time, people could not use Gmail IMAP? Or - am I
>> misunderstanding what the issue is about?
>> On 01/11/2019 3:14, Wayne Mery wrote:
>>> We just got hit with a major issue with google oauth
>>> which forced us to quickly ship 68.2.1 and beta 71.0b2. These went
>>> live earlier today, and version 68 users are being aggressively
>>> updated. Without this fix, authentication using oauth to google
>>> services (calendar, imap, etc) fails.
>>> Unfortunately this issue also affects users of the EOL version 60. A
>>> decision will be made shortly on whether to update version 60, or
>>> just open the floodgates to update users to 68. The brings up some
>>> timely important points:
>>> 1. Serious issues develop in old versions which necessitate their
>>> being abandoned in favor of newer versions whose code we are able to
>>> fix. We will be enabling automatic updates in a few days to update
>>> version 60 users up to version 68.
>>> *2. Add-ons -- ***The good news is m*any updated versions of add-ons
>>> have recently been approved. The bad news is many still need to be
>>> updated and submitted for review. Time is running out if you **are a
>>> developer who wants their add-on to work for the many users that will
>>> **_very soon_**be on version 68. *If you need assistance you will
>>> want to visit https://developer.thunderbird.net/add-ons/tb68
>>> 3. Several people have adopted abandoned add-ons and fixed them to
>>> work for version 68. If you want to help in that effort please
>>> contact Chris. <mailto:cleidigh at gmail.com>
>>> tb-planning mailing list
>>> tb-planning at mozilla.org
>> tb-planning mailing list
>> tb-planning at mozilla.org
> tb-planning mailing list
> tb-planning at mozilla.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the tb-planning