Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of org/sponsors/SponsorF/November2011


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Timestamp:
Aug 31, 2011, 11:37:50 AM (6 years ago)
Author:
karsten
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Update status of November deliverables.

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    1919 * Analysis for increasing the set of guards
    20    * Not done: We should write a blog post containing the research questions and find a grad student to start answering them.  Due date is November 1.  ['''arma''']
     20   * Partially done: We wrote a [https://blog.torproject.org/blog/research-problem-better-guard-rotation-parameters blog post] containing the research questions.  Next step is to find a grad student to start answering them.  Due date is November 1.  ['''arma''']
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    2222 * Security tradeoffs from using a SOCKS proxy vs. a bridge
     
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    4747 * Tor 0.2.2.x stable release
    48    * Almost done: We have a release candidate (#3032).  The main thing remaining is release notes.  Due date was June 1.  ['''nickm''' and '''arma''']
     48   * Done: We have a stable release (#3032).  Due date was June 1.  ['''nickm''' and '''arma''']
    4949
    5050 * Eliminate TLS renegotiation
     
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    5858 * Microdescriptor roll-out for client-side
    59    * Not done: We also promised to make progress on this for sponsor D for August 31 (#1748).  Due date for sponsor F was May 1.  ['''nickm''']
     59   * Done: We also promised to make progress on this for sponsor D for August 31 (#1748).  Due date for sponsor F was May 1.  ['''nickm''']
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    6161 * Libevent2 working for Windows bundles
     
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    6464 * UPnP working without Vidalia
    65    * Not done: We already promised to make progress on this for sponsor D for August 31.  Due date for sponsor F is November 30.  ['''sjmurdoch''']
     65   * Done: We already promised to make progress on this for sponsor D for August 31.  Due date for sponsor F is November 30.  ['''sjmurdoch''']
    6666   * Ongoing: We may have to fork the UPnP library as the release management practice is rather poor.  ['''sjmurdoch''']
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