This is where you should submit your [GUI Competition Entries].
Please make a web page of your own, and put all your materials there.
Then add a line here, with the date of your entry, your name (or other alias), and a link to your entry. (See [front page] for an example username/password to log in to the wiki.)
If you need any help or want to chat about design or Tor questions, you can find us on the [IRC channel]. If you don't have a web page of your own to put your entry on, find a friend who does, or mail email@example.com and we'll put it up on a temporary page.
Phase Two: Implementations (deadline May 31, 2006)
Phase One: Design Entries (deadline passed)
- 27 October 2005 (Updated: 20051112): Corinna Habets: http://www.geekin.de/public/design/showroom/tor-gui.html
- 3 November 2005: Otto Wyss: http://wyoguide.sourceforge.net/index.php?page=tormgr.html
- 30 November 2005: CMU Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory: http://cups.cs.cmu.edu/pubs/TorGUIContest113005.pdf
- 30 November 2005: Michael Kropat: http://leekypipe.nfshost.com/
- 30 November 2005: April3rd team: http://www.april3rd.com/tor
- 30 November 2005: Matt Edman: http://www.freehaven.net/~edmanm/torcp/design/torcp_design.pdf
Winners from Phase One
- Best Overall: CMU Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory
- Most Aesthetically Pleasing: April3rd Team
See [feedback page] to read what the judges had to say about all the entries and add your own comments.