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Re: [tor-talk] Bridge Communities?

I'm down to help with the rebuild.

On Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 12:39 AM, Alex M (Coyo) <coyo@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On 04/12/2013 11:01 PM, adrelanos wrote:
>> Griffin Boyce:
>>> There's really nothing keeping you from making a private bridge network.
>>>   The documentation's all there.
>> Indeed. One can even make its own (private) Tor network. It will require
>> a considerable amount of learning, though.
>> It would be interesting to see several competing Tor networks. May or
>> may not happen in long term future, if Tor can attract much more users
>> and relays.
>> Alex probable won't be up for creating an alternative Tor network with
>> that threat model. As soon as you host a relay or directory authority,
>> it's difficult (impossible?) to stay anonymous, you move yourself into
>> the target line by doing so.
> With the current Tor network model, this is apparent.
> I might fork the Tor codebase and redesign the network from the ground up,
> and see what I can come up with.
> Should be interesting.
> Even if Tor cannot be salvaged, working with the traditional 3rd
> generation onion routing paradigm should be educational and instructive.
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