progress report

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.

April 2012 Progress Report

Our progress report for April 2012 is now available. Highlights include tls/openssl updates, bridgeDB plans, tor cloud updates, obfsproxy updates, shadow tor simulator thoughts, new tor alpha release, support queue stats, and some press and speaking slots.

Available as a pdf with full color graphs, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-April-Monthly...

or as a plain text file for portability and readability, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-April-Monthly...

March 2012 Progress Report

Our progress report for March 2012 is now available. Highlights include lots and lots of metrics work, bridge infrastructure work, new tor alpha release, support queue stats, and some press and speaking slots.

Available as a pdf with full color graphs, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-March-Monthly...

or as a plain text file for portability and readability, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-March-Monthly...

February 2012 Progress Report

Our progress report for February 2012 is now available. It hightlights recent work with deep packet inspection and censorship circumvention in Iran and Kazakhstan. Also progress on a new tor status site based on new protocols, and general outreach and travels.

We implemented a new format this month to better reflect everything going on within Tor.

Available as a pdf with full color graphs, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-February-Mont...

or as a plain text file for portability and readability, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-February-Mont...

January 2012 Progress Report

Our progress report for January 2012 is available now. Highlights include two Tails releases, a summary of support calls for the past six months with actual user stories, a trip to Egypt for the 'Change your world' summit, updated metrics codebase, discussion of a new voting method, and lots of translation updates.

Available as a pdf with full color graphs, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-January-Month...

or as a plain text file for portability and readability, https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2012-January-Month...

December 2011 Progress Report

Our progress report for December 2011 is available as a pdf with pretty graphs and text file. Highlights are on hidden services fixes, openssl fixes, obfuscating proxy progress, and general updates on advocacy and releases.

November 2011 Progress Report

The progress report for November 2011 is released as pdf and plaintext documents. Highlights include progress on the new Tor Check, Tor Bulk Exitlist, global media hits, Tor Cloud launch, and three new proposals to improve Tor Bridge Relay functionality in difficult environments.

October 2011 Progress Report

The October 2011 Progress report is available in PDF and text formats. It contains details of the six major releases, new censorship events in China, and results of a concerted effort to work on hiding Tor's network signature, amongst other progress.

September 2011 Progress Report

In September 2011 we made progress in a number of areas, such as handling issues in Iran's use of DPI to block tor, new versions of Tor, Tails 0.8 release, and more.

The PDF and plaintext versions of the report can be found attached to this blog post or at our monthly report archive:

https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2011-September-Mon...

and

https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/2011-September-Mon...

August 2011 Progress Report

The August 2011 Progress Report is here, https://blog.torproject.org/files/2011-August-Monthly-Report.pdf. Highlights include a new Tor stable branch, many package updates, working UPnP in MS Windows, and many other updates, bug fixes, and research results.

An archive of published monthly reports is available at https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/. This includes pdf and plaintext reports for 2011.

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