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#31212 Document known long-term issues of Tor Browser hiro Webpages/Website

So far, while every Tor Browser release announcement points out known bugs specific to the most recent version, there's no documentation of preexisting issues that are not patched yet, and thus still affect current Tor Browser releases.

A summary of the most relevant ones would help users to keep track of those, and, if needed, adjust their set up/browsing behavior accordingly.

Furthermore, in case there are known ways to circumvent or mitigate a specific bug, the corresponding workaround could be shared as well.

To clarify what I mean: Tails' website is a fine example of how this could be implemented, their release announcement links to:

#31216 In the list of onion services run by the Tor Project, a domain name and an .onion-address link misdirect to the same wrong Tor Project https page hiro Webpages/Website

List of onion services run by the Tor project List of onion services run by the Tor project http://yz7lpwfhhzcdyc5y.onion/ The listed domain misdirects to The listed address http://sbe5fi5cka5l3fqe.onion/, corresponding with the listed domain, misdirects to Can we have the listed domain direct to

Can we have the listed address http://sbe5fi5cka5l3fqe.onion/, corresponding with the listed domain, direct to http://qrmfuxwgyzk5jdjz.onion/about/corepeople.html.en

#31295 please server Tor signature files with Content-Disposition that encourages a download rather than inline viewing hiro Webpages/Website

When i click on the sig link in (which points to ) i find the OpenPGP signature displayed in the browser directly, rather than being saved to a file.

But the instructions for verifying the OpenPGP signature seem to assume that the signature file has been downloaded as a file.

If you use Content-Disposition you should be able to encourage the web browser to save the signatures as a file in the same way that the installer is a file.

I'm attaching a HAR archive of what my browser (Firefox 68) did when clicking on the sig link, which i think verifies that no Content-Disposition header was sent.

#31342 Tor donor FAQ gives advice that may be illegal sstevenson Webpages/Website

The Tor donor FAQ could be seen to suggest breaking up payments to avoid being identified to IRS/governments/tax authorities. Could this be considered potentially against the law in some jurisdictions as per structuring laws?

Item 23 of quoted below.

Is the Tor Project required to identify me as a donor to the United States government, or to any other authority?

If you donate $5,000 or more to the Tor Project in a single year, we are required to report the donation amount and your name and address (if we have it) to the IRS, on Schedule B of the Form 990, which is filed annually. However, it's normal for nonprofits to redact individual donor information from the copy of the 990 that's made publicly-available, and that's what we do. We are not required to identify donors to any other organization or authority, and we do not. (Also, if you wanted, you could give us $4,999 in late 2018 and $4,999 in early 2019.)

Emphasis added.

Perhaps the last line in parenthesis could be left unsaid?

#31722 make a new product assignment page hiro Webpages/Website

During the Stockholm meeting, the TPA team identified there were many sources of "service lists" in the wiki (and elsewhere). As part of #31261, some work was done to clean that up. One of the pages that remained after the work is this one:

Apparently, this could be covered by the new developer website, and I was told to open a ticket to track that work.

So basically, I think the job is to convert the above wiki page into something in the new developer website.

#31724 Localizations not working hiro Webpages/Website

Selecting another language from the drop-down list does not reload the page with the new language.

#32044 donation FAQ update on hardware hiro Webpages/Website

after a few conversations over IRC, we figured we might relax or at least document better our documentation about hardware donations. we ended up with the following (markdown) text that should replace question 37 in the donor faq, at:

Can I donate hardware?

Typically no, we don't encourage people to donate hardware. But if
you want to make a hardware donation that you think might be 
especially useful for us, please mail giving(at)

The Tor project manages multiple machines in multiple locations, all
aimed at helping the Tor project develop software design to protect
people's anonymity. It does not, in itself, run the Tor network.

Machines for helping the Tor project develop software are generally paid for by the Tor project or donated by
friendly organisations. If you wish to donate hardware resources, it's
generally expected the hardware will be fully under the control of the [Tor
sysadmin team][]. Details of the requirements are documented in the 
[team wiki][].

It's possible for the Tor project to run only *services* on top of an already existing 
operating system as well, but we prefer to run the entire stack ourselves.

[Tor sysadmin team]:
[team wiki]:

If more reviews are needed, a copy of that text lives in this pad as well:

This has been reviewed by ahf and gaba, if i remember correctly.

It seems the page can changed in but i don't feel super comfortable doing this myself, so i'm punting this to a ticket. :)

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