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[tor-talk] Learn to contribute to Vidalia, the open source Tor interface

Hello lovely Tor fans,

chiiph (the Vidalia maintainer) is running a session to teach people how to compile Vidalia, the main Tor user interface.

If you've been waiting for a chance to get involved with moving the Tor project forward, this is a really good event to go to. Vidalia is probably the most user-visible part of Tor's privacy offering.

New people are very welcome to attend. If you're just generally curious about what it's like to build a reasonably big open source project, do show up! Vidalia runs on Mac OS, Windows, and Linux (and other UNIXy platforms), so whatever OS you're running is probably okay.

Vidalia is written in C++.


WHAT: "Build it" event for Vidalia
       The point of the event is to teach people how
       to compile Vidalia for their own systems, with an eye toward
       creating new contributors to the project.

WHEN: The event is very soon -- 9 AM US/Eastern.
      Friday, April 15, 2011
      Convert to local time at:
        or with:

        $ date -d 'Fri Apr 15 13:00 UTC'
        Fri Apr 15 09:00:00 EDT 2011

WHERE: irc.oftc.net #vidalia
       (if you do not have an IRC chat client)

If you want to attend and but the timing is bad, I hope you'll sign on to #vidalia anyway. It's on irc.oftc.net.

Again, https://blog.torproject.org/blog/vidalia-get-involved has more information.

I realize I'm sending this out rather close to the actual event, but I figure, better late than never.

Yours truly,

-- Asheesh.

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