Over the past few years, Tor has gotten more popular and has had to grow and change to accommodate a highly varied userbase.
Vidalia 0.2.10 changed the way we deal with the geoip databases by dropping the remote geoip lookups.
On August 27th, we released Vidalia 0.2.3. This fixes some more bugs with "Who has used by bridge" functionality and switches to Qt signals for event handling.
As highlighted in the 0.2.2.1-alpha release notes, the Vidalia Bundle for OS X includes some major changes.
Tor 0.2.2.1-alpha disables ".exit" address notation by default, allows
Tor clients to bootstrap on networks where only port 80 is reachable,
A while ago there was a thread on OR-TALK that devolved into
I asked for community feedback in this post about drag and drop installation of the Vidalia bundle for App
A few weeks ago, I watched some non-technical OS X users attempt to install the Vidalia-Tor Bundle. Many of them tried to drag the installation package to Applications.
Jacob Appelbaum joins us to help out with: