Mar - Sept / 2018 Services Roadmap

The following Roadmap is a work in progress. Tasks will be associated to tickets as these are opened.


Move the newsletter to Lektor and have it generated statically

Update the design according to the Styleguide

Portals and

Finish the torproject portals and main websites

Revise current redirects and pages

Create archive for

Make sure search engines index the right content and not the archive

Finish and deploy to be used by each portals

Website and Portals Ticket Query

Very High priority tickets:

Main ticket for website redesign project

High priority tickets:

Consolidate or de-emphasize our many download pages
Old links to outdated versions of Tor Browser should redirect to a page with the latest version of Tor Browser
the website recommends using obfs3 bridges (instead of obfs4)

Medium priority tickets:

Verifying-signatures needs some work
Write up a "how to report bugs and security issues, and what happens then" post or FAQ
Shrink the FAQ
Consider making donations part of the download process
Update the obfsbridge setup instructions on the website
Add a faq entry for "You should change path selection to avoid entering and exiting from the same country."
Download-Easy page don't make other languages obvious
"Tor" is not listed as a project on
Should we move anonbib to the Tor website?
Change the HS nomenclature from hidden to onion
Add a 'community projects' list (separate page?) to the website
Make the various javascript on Tor sites be LibreJS-compatible?
Usability of MacOS installation process
Website redesign - Phase 1
Collect different mocks for new site
Add flag to allow building website without tor docs
web site menu needlessly jumps around
#21178 submenus and page structures behave inconsistently
Tor Project FAQ
show Windows `gpg --verify` command on one line
adjust text shown on screen based on size of text
Website redesign: Mirror list site
write high-level overview of bootstrap process
Usablity and accessiblity improvement on the Tor assistant page
Fix onion links for downloading Tor Browser
Make TB uninstall instructions more detailed in FAQ
Find a more maintainable approach for the signing-keys page
Create a knowledge base that's more in-depth than FAQs
Permanent download URL for the latest release
Update website FAQ about padding defenses
On the website, in the 'bridges' section, update references from 'obfs3' to 'obfs4'
Carryover Tasks
Move CSP style attributes into external stylesheets
Write a guidelines documentation for requirements with Tor integration by third parties
fingerprint in documentation is wrong
Put a banner when detecting old versions of the Tor Browser on the website advising to update
Put a banner when detecting Tor exit node but with a non-Tor Browser on the website advising to use TB instead
Add instructions for running a relay on a Raspberry Pi
Add a link to's onion service at the bottom
Potentially misleading illustrations suggest that Tor doesn't stick to a single guard node in the overview page
#24129 work
#24131 work
#24132 work
#24133 work
newsletter subscription sends me to
users looking for Tor Browser uninstall instructions should find the correct ones
Download page offers "source" for Tor, but everything else on that page is Tor Browser
Search backend for websites - Test and deploy Solr
Mention Coldhak's tor-relay-bootstrap in the Tor website doc for running a relay
Start coding
support.tpo site QA [and language review]
Illustrations for redesign
Update onion service instructions to use next-gen onion services
download warnings tell you to use a bridge so a local adversary can't learn you're a tor user
Add a security.txt file to
updated chroot document to reference
Credits page
Design mocks for
content for
tanslation of
QA and language review within context
Add OnionBrowser to redesigned page
Add link to Tor SlackBuild on download-unix.html.en

Low priority tickets:

The website should support "stable" and "oldstable" tor releases
adding a short paragraph on how to protect themself anonymous on internet and outside of it to " Tips On Staying Anonymous » "

Very Low priority tickets:

FAQ entry for where Tor's data directory is


Make plan to move the blog to Lektor


Have a maintenance and update plan for CiviCRM


Documents current services and infrastructure used by the Services Admin Team

Setup monitoring

Package Lektor for Debian so that it can be used to build all the portals and websites

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