Changes between Version 74 and Version 75 of org/projects


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Mar 5, 2018, 6:17:36 AM (8 months ago)
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sambhav2612
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    11= Tor Projects Page =
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    3 '''This page contains some projects in addition to the more developed/formal ones which may be found on the [https://www.torproject.org/getinvolved/volunteer.html.en#Projects volunteer] section of the main TPO website.'''
     3'''This page contains some projects in addition to the more developed/formal ones which may be found in the [https://www.torproject.org/getinvolved/volunteer.html.en#Projects volunteer] section of the main TPO website.'''
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    55The Tor Project develops a number of software programs including the core Tor software and supporting applications. The Tor Project as an organization also maintains its server infrastructure, advocates anonymity online, and raises funds to pay its staff. This page summarizes the current products and projects we are working on.
     
    88 * '''Category:''' A group of related products, like "Core software," or "Network analysis."
    99 * '''Product:''' A product is an ongoing artifact like a software program or a website that usually has no end or due date. We subsume ongoing activities like fundraising under products, too.  Nearly every program is a product, but some products are not programs.
    10  * '''Project:''' A project is an endeavor to improving one or more products. Projects have a success criteria and in most cases an end date.  Some projects are ''external deliverables'' that we have promised to one or more sponsors; other projects are internal.  Some projects are activities we're currently working on; others may be in a blue-sky or planning stage. The scope of a project is usually on the order of days to months.
     10 * '''Project:''' A project is an endeavor to improving one or more products. Projects have a success criterion and in most cases an end date.  Some projects are ''external deliverables'' that we have promised to one or more sponsors; other projects are internal.  Some projects are activities we're currently working on; others may be in a blue-sky or planning stage. The scope of a project is usually on the order of days to months.
    1111 * '''Milestone:''' A milestone is a defined sub-goal of a project that usually comes with its own due date.
    1212 * '''Task:''' A task is an individual work item as part of a milestone or project.  Tasks usually respond to a Trac ticket.  The scope of a task is usually on the order of hours to days.
     
    1818== List of products and projects ==
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    20 We are working on these projects (third level), grouped by products (second level), grouped by categories (first level):
     20We are working on these projects (third level), grouped by, products (second level) and, categories (first level):
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    2222 * Core Software
     
    7777   * Audits
    7878   * Advocacy/Education/Outreach
    79       * [wiki:org/projects/DontBlockMe DontBlockMe] - A gathering of affected user communities, the internet at large, TPO speakers, and the central Tor themes and use cases around the [wiki:doc/ListOfServicesBlockingTor ListOfServicesBlockingTor] in order to encourage these sites to stop blocking people merely for using Tor. This project also develops, documents, and promotes Best Practices for services to use instead of indiscriminantly blocking Tor as a whole. Another subproject works to remove Relays from RBL and other blocklists. This project is the opposite of the [wiki:org/projects/WeSupportTor WeSupportTor] project.
     79      * [wiki:org/projects/DontBlockMe DontBlockMe] - A gathering of affected user communities, the internet at large, TPO speakers, and the central Tor themes and use cases around the [wiki:doc/ListOfServicesBlockingTor ListOfServicesBlockingTor] in order to encourage these sites to stop blocking people merely for using Tor. This project also develops, documents, and promotes Best Practices for services to use instead of indiscriminately blocking Tor as a whole. Another subproject works to remove Relays from RBL and other blocklists. This project is the opposite of the [wiki:org/projects/WeSupportTor WeSupportTor] project.
    8080      * [wiki:org/projects/WeSupportTor WeSupportTor] - This is a list of services that explicitly support Tor. It is the opposite of the [wiki:org/projects/DontBlockMe DontBlockMe] project.
    8181      * Promote active growth of the Tor network to increase its performance, stability and usability (sponsor A, deliverable 10)
     
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    9292= old =
    93 This site news news some updates. At least all software projects should be correctly linked. I (proper) am going to do that, hope you like it, it's not my goal to disturb someone.
     93This site news some updates. At least all software projects should be correctly linked. I (proper) am going to do that, hope you like it, it's not my goal to disturb someone.
    9494
    9595But I am not absolutely sure. Here...
    9696   * LiveCD
    97       * Research and develop LiveCD as single end-user package, unless it turns out Tor Browser Bundle is the better approach (sponsor A, deliverable 11.b)
     97      * Research and develop LiveCD as a single end-user package, unless it turns out Tor Browser Bundle is the better approach (sponsor A, deliverable 11.b)
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    99 * Research and develop Tor Browser Bundle as single end-user package, unless it turns out LiveCD is the better approach (sponsor A, deliverable 11.a)
     99* Research and develop Tor Browser Bundle as a single end-user package, unless it turns out LiveCD is the better approach (sponsor A, deliverable 11.a)
    100100
    101101I dunno what this means. But since Tails (LiveCD/USB) torproject.org is already listed on the torproject.org front page... Tails and TBB coexist. I feel to delete this and to add the Tails link to the list.