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Re: [tor-talk] A community concern that needs to be addressed,



I thought the same thing regarding hope 
Plus

There was 2-3 tor talks at hope i really enjoyed the tor isp talk

Griffin Boyce <griffin@cryptolab.net> skrev: (19 augusti 2016 03:17:48 CEST)
>myzeus@openmailbox.org wrote:
>> Their post seems to be somewhat political and based on recent events.
>> The user's concern on the lack of technical posts makes a lot of
>> sense. I feel like Tor has become increasingly user-friendly and the
>> Tor Browser Bundle is by far less 'intimidating' to perform first
>time
>> configuration than it was a few years ago. The lack of technical
>posts
>> might concern some people. What are your thoughts on addressing the
>> issue?
>
>When I was at HOPE in July, men and women were saying (to me at least) 
>that they were happy that Tor is progressing, that they think we're 
>growing as a community, and they look forward to volunteering.  
>Honestly, that makes me really fucking happy.  That's not really an 
>`identity politics` thing.  I would say that none of the people that I 
>spoke to who plan to volunteer had any past negative experiences with 
>any Tor peeps.  It's more a matter of seeing a terrible situation
>happen 
>(from afar) and then seeing it handled in a serious way.  It's been a 
>real rough patch for the community, but most everyone seems to be 
>handling it with grace and professionalism.  Things like that can 
>inspire confidence in a project's team, as weird as that probably 
>sounds.
>
> So: I'm happy that people aren't scared away, hope that people of all 
>genders will keep volunteering, and that everyone will eventually move 
>beyond this (perhaps to more technical topics).  People can always post
>
>about a Tor-related project on this list and it may well make it to the
>
>blog or twitter.  I mean, if someone posts a cool project here I'm 
>pretty likely to post it to my twitter stream =)
>
>~Griffin
>
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