Write an updated version of the Tor Design paper
From org/sponsors/SponsorF/Year2: "25. research: Write an updated version of the Tor Design paper to take into account all the changes to Tor since then. The idea would be to help researchers get started in understanding Tor, rather than have to read the source and a pile of research papers."
Last December, Steven told me that he's going to lead this deliverable and that he started working on a draft for a conference, but didn't make the deadline. He was pondering to submit the paper to the same conference but one year later and publish his draft as a preprint. Not sure if these plans have changed since December.
Can we aim for July with this deliverable instead of November? If so, what would be good substeps? How about aiming for an outline by April 30, a draft by May 31, and a preprint by June 30?
How sekrit do we have to be about publishing results from substeps or the end result before/while submitting the paper to a conference, taking into account a possible rejection and resubmission somewhere else?