Help make a Tor Q&A page happen
We have been discussing setting up a Q&A page for a while now and have finally proposed a Stack Exchange page for Tor.
The detailed version about how we go from a proposal to a live page can be found in this FAQ, but here is a quick summary:
A user proposes a new page, other users follow said page, and users create and vote on hypothetical questions. Each user can only ask 5 questions and vote on other questions. Once the page reaches enough followers and questions with a high score, the page moves into the "Commit" phase. A small number of users will need to commit to help building the site. Once that's done, the page goes live and is considered to be in "Beta".
The proposal is currently in a "Definition" phase. To move to the next phase, we need (1) a high number of followers of the page, and (2) a collection of good, relevant questions.
We have to stop talking to each other and focus on users interested in anonymity and circumvention that we *don't* know. Too much of the LibTech scene and beyond just wants to focus on themselves and small selective groups of "their" dissidents.
Set the tone Tor. What you do matters.
Page is not HTTPS encrypted. Can we safely register, login, post on an ordina http site with Tor?
What about sniffing, injecting, evil exit nodes?
Also, weren't you going to collaborate with Tails at AskBot? What happened to that idea?