Tor Demo Day - February 24 2021
- We want to spice up our remote working routine and also break the silos between teams.
- Tor Demo Days are a success and we want to share this experience with the broad Tor community!
- We will call for presenters.
- The agenda will be set before the meeting and will be shared with tor-project.
- We want 5 to 8 minutes length presentations. We will handle questions at the end of all presentations.
- Slides are allowed, but not mandatory. You may share your screen or a pre-recorded video if that makes you less anxious.
- We like the adrenaline of the live presentations, but if they wish, presenters can share pre-recorded videos with us. They should be sent a few hours in advance and will be lined up and shared with assistants during the session.
- This is a place where people should feel safe to engage, share their point of view, and participate. Read our Code of Conduct: https://gitweb.torproject.org/community/policies.git/tree/code_of_conduct.txt
- Anyone who wants to share what they have been hacking on. It doesn't need to be a finished feature but a work in progress. It can be small like a Tor Browser feature or something you have been hacking around Tor not officially.
- Presenters have 5 to 8 minutes. People can ask questions via text in the pad for 3 minutes.
- Gus will moderate at this time. We can rotate this role.
At our BBB instance. A public link will be shared soon.
Wednesday FEBRUARY 24 at 1600 UTC
_b dj resident @mikeperryd
- 5 min for the presentation
- 3 min for questions
Questions will be written in text on the pad in any time during the presentation. Presenters will answer them in audio.
Presentations: ADD HERE THE PROPOSAL YOU HAVE FOR A SHORT PRESENTATION.
- Collecting User Feedback and Tor user support - Joydeep
- FlashFlow: A Secure Speed Test for Tor - pastly
- SAT Addresses in Tor Browser - pastly
- Anonymous Ticket System - Maria
- Wahay: An easy-to-use, secure and decentralized conference call application - Rafael
- Reproducible Builds of Tor Browser on Cirrus CI - Jeremy Rand
- New Tor Surveys - Duncan
- HTTPS Everywhere Standalone - Bill
https://github.com/pastly/satis-selfauth-domains https://conferences.computer.org/secdevwp/2019/pdfs/SecDev2019-1rjjdWR0xr5TteaniOqo87/6bLscRXy8d3CJ47gaxy2P5/11svSFZcRmxnAWeDVuQQS2.pdf https://pets.traudt.xyz (just fun puppy pictures, not a real SATA)
Anonymous Ticket GitLab: https://blog.torproject.org/anonymous-gitlab
Wahay: https://wahay.org/ https://github.com/digitalautonomy/wahay https://gitlab.tails.boum.org/tails/tails/-/issues/17617 https://gitlab.tails.boum.org/tails/tails/-/issues/17607 https://petsymposium.org/2020/paperlist.php <- "The Road Not Taken : Re-thinking The Feasibility of Voice Calling Over Tor"