Ticket #10352 (closed enhancement: invalid)
Browse activity - should about:mozilla be masked?
|Reported by:||greenfeld||Owned by:||erikos|
|Component:||browse-activity||Version:||1.5/1.0 Software Build os852 aka 10.1.2|
|Action Needed:||never set||Verified:||no|
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Supposedly we have modified A.L.I.C.E. to ensure that students do not trigger off phrases in response to topics which could be considered controversial, or which might be considered more appropriate for adults.
The Browse Activity uses Chrome, so the "about:mozilla" handler works. While this is largely meant to be a cute easter egg, its contents may not be considered appropriate for K-12 students.
We may wish to consider hiding this handler, either by editing it out of Chrome (if permissible), or masking all URIs beginning with this in the URI handler so Chrome cannot process it (otherwise about:mozilla?foo=bar will work). I'm not certain if this change should be OLPC-specific, or pushed to Sugar upstream.