Changes between Version 41 and Version 42 of TorWeeklyNews/2013/12


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Sep 25, 2013, 9:18:35 AM (6 years ago)
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    9797Nick Mathewson sent an invitation [15] encouraging everyone to attend the GNU 30th Anniversary
    9898Celebration [16] on September 28th and 29th at MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA.
    99 Part of the event is a hackathon and Tor is featured alongside a few other projects.
    100 So if you want to spend some of the week-end to help the Tor community, sign up on the webpage [17] and come along!
     99Part of the event is a hackathon, and Tor is featured alongside a few other projects.
     100If you want to spend some of the weekend helping the Tor community, sign up on the webpage [17] and come along!
    101101
    102102 [15] https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-talk/2013-September/030154.html
     
    132132removed. Andrew Lewman has said that lawyers have now been engaged [21].
    133133
    134 A number of University students continue contacting the help desk to report difficulties
     134A number of University students continued to contact the help desk to report difficulties
    135135circumventing their University's Cyberoam firewall. These students report being unable
    136136to access the Tor network even when using the Pluggable Transports Browser with obfs3
     
    160160 [26] https://mailman.boum.org/pipermail/tails-dev/2013-September/003696.html
    161161
    162 While GSoC entered its final phase, Kostas Jakeliunas reported on the searchable
     162As GSoC entered its final phase, Kostas Jakeliunas reported on the searchable
    163163metrics archive [27], Johannes Fürmann on EvilGenius [28], and Cristian-Matei Toader
    164164on Tor capabilities [29].
     
    169169
    170170How can we provide Tor users an easy way to verify the signatures on Tor software?
    171 Sherief Alaa has raised the question on the tor-dev mailing list when asking for
     171Sherief Alaa raised this question on the tor-dev mailing list when asking for
    172172comments on plans to write a “small” GUI tool [30].
    173173