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Re: [tor-talk] Getting Involved in the Tor Project

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 07:49:21AM +0000, J.S. Evans wrote:
> how do I join the Tor Project organization as a official contributor/volunteer? For example, last year I did a presentation at the OpenSUSE Conference on using containers to build .onion services. This year I would like to do something similar at the HCPP19 Hacker Congress. I would like to be able to say that I am with the Tor Project as opposed to saying, I'm just some guy who experiments with Tor on his own. I hope that makes sense.

Hi Jason!

Thanks for asking. The simple answer is to start working with some of
the existing core contributors. Tor (that is, the Tor Project) does a
lot of its work online in a distributed way, but we also try to meet in
person as often as we can.

You can learn about the various teams here:

and see some upcoming in-person meetings on the event calendar on
the blog here:

and learn about how to become a core contributor here:

I'd suggest, since you mentioned you don't want to get involved as a
developer, listening in on the irc team meetings for the community team
and the UX team.

Hope that provides a useful start!

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