Announcing Tor Reports
For the past four years, I've been summarizing progress of Tor on the blog. See the tag progress report for the history of these reports. Based on community feedback, we're switching to a mailing list with archive of the raw status reports. Tor-reports is live. The goal is to provide the raw details rather than summarizing all of the progress and only being able to provide a quick summary per topic.
Each developer, advocate, and internal staff will be posting their reports to this list. The idea is to share more with the community and give people a chance to ask questions directly of the people doing the work. Enjoy the transparency.
Hi, i'm from Mexico and i need to know if it really works on every country and place because our country has just signed ACTA on Japan, so it is important to Know how to defend our selfs from this anti-democrative Act. Thank you.
Does this mean that you stop publishing reports (or summaries) on this blog?
This blog is easier to read for people that are not so "close" to Tor, they come by and read a report, then they are gone. Maybe they come back. With a mailing list (and archive) it's harder to reach people by accident.