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What is the Tor Meeting?

A meeting of the core Tor team, developers, volunteers and invited guests in Rome, to discuss plans, milestones, deadlines, and other important matters.

Participant Guidelines: 2017Montreal/ParticipantGuidelines

Week at a glance

  • March 11: meeting invitees arrive; sometimes group dinner in the evening.
  • March 12: Tor open board meeting; structured agenda with specific tracks.
  • March 13: structured agenda with specific tracks.
  • March 14: self-organizing open space: working and hacking sessions.
  • March 15: self-organizing open space: working and hacking sessions; later everyone heads home.


The event venue will be located in The Rome Life Hotel.


We will have three separate hotels for this meeting. They're all located on the same block. They are The Rome Life, The Rome Times, and The Rome Glam Hotels.


Here's where information about getting there goes.


What to expect weather-wise.

Weather Forecast

Update this closer to the date!


If you want to tell people that you're going or not going, please add yourself to this table:

(Remember, Day 0 through Day 2 are invitation only.)

Person Attending Arriving Departing Mark this column if you want a room in the hotel block Preferred name for name tag


Here's where information about the group dinner goes. If you plan on attending the "meet and greet" dinner, please add yourself to this table:

Person Attending

Coordination mailing list

Subscribe to the tor-meeting mailing list to keep informed about plans.

Outcomes and Session ideas

Put your ideas for outcomes and sessions here:

(Wiki page format is YearCity/AgendaIdeas)

Open Days



(YearCity/Notes|Session Notes

Nearby (temporally and physically) conferences

Right before the Tor Meeting, there's the Internet Freedom Festival (IFF) in Valencia, Spain, between 5th-9th March 2018. Learn all about the IFF here:

Local Medical Resources

Pharmacy / Chemist =

Don't forget to include hours!


Interesting local stuff

Groceries / Supermarket

Porta Portese is Rome's biggest flea market, selling everything from vegetables, antiques to clothes ( It's only open on Sundays from 6am to 2pm. If you go, prepare to bargain.

Sightseeing in Rome

Rome is an ancient city full of attractions worth visiting. Some of these are included in the table below.

Attraction Cost Open Hours Link Notes
Trevi Fountain Free Always It's less crowded late at night (but still quite crowded)
Pantheon Free 9am - 6pm,_Rome Usually no queue :)
Colosseum 12 euros 8:30am - 5pm Buy your ticket online (in advance) to skip the (huge) queue!
Roman Forum & Palatine Hill Included in the Colosseum ticket 8:30am - 5pm Located right next to the Colosseum
Piazza Venezia Free Always Walking distance from the Colosseum
Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel 17 euros 9am - 6pm (last entry at 4pm) Buy your ticket online (in advance) to skip the (huge) queue!
St. Peter's Basilica Free 7am - 6pm Located right next to the Vatican
Piazza di Spagna Free Always Includes the famous Spanish Steps & Fontana della Barcaccia
Piazza del Popolo Free Always Includes an Egyptian obelisk & various famous fountains
Piazza Navona Free Always Famous fountains and Egyptian obelisks
Campo de' Fiori Free Always Giordano Bruno was burnt alive on this square (located close to Piazza Navona)
Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano Free 7am - 6:30pm The oldest & most highest-ranking church in Rome
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore Free 7am - 6:45pm It's beautiful.
Capitoline Museums 11,50 euros 9:30am - 7:30pm Probably best to purchase your ticket online (to skip the queue)
Catacomb of Priscilla 8 euros 9am - 12pm, 2pm - 5pm Called "the Queen of the Catacombs".
Gianicolo Hill Free Always Panoramic view of Rome

Craft Beer

Local hackerspace