Yes. Let’s phrase it together. I am a big fan of phrasing things together. Much better chance of being clear, understood and succeeding.
I guess a pull request adding these two lines would do.
Don’t remember… If you’re uncomfortable with git branches and pull requests, would you be comfortable using github’s internal editor? (Or I do it. Nevermind. Either way.)
Here is my proposal. (Using github markup already.) Please feel free to either post it right away, either after adjusting it or not, or going through another round of discussion if you feel that’s useful.
There is currently a patch in the works to allow distributions set a Tor Browser homepage using an environment variable. We at @Whonix would like to use it and are not aware of a canonical way, where Linux distributions or derivatives could store their local homepages.
What do you think about adding a read-only AppArmor permission to the
(@Whonix is probably soon getting a [local homepage](https://www.whonix.org/forum/index.php/topic,365.msg5727.html#msg5727. And we would like to store our local homepage at /usr/share/homepage/whonix-homepage.)
The distribution agnostic path name
/usr/share/homepage should allow any distribution or derivative allow dropping their homepage folder there.
Can you please check if this approach is sane, review and merge?
@intrigeri, @micahflee, @adrelanos