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Re: [tor-talk] Are non-official projects welcome to Stackexchange Tor Q&A forum?
I disagree with the Tor Project pushing for a StackExchange that is limited to Tor, when a StackExchange for Anonymity Technology doesn't exist as a whole. I would prefer that a SE for Anonymity software is established that includes Tor as well as other solutions such as I2P. As it stands right now, Tor looks like it's trying to monopolize any possible Anonymity SE, and that's not okay.
There is a thread here that echoes similar concerns:
On 2013-06-20, at 12:37 AM, adrelanos <adrelanos@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Nick Mathewson:
>>> So, we chatted about it a little, and we're not 100% actually sure
>>> what the right answer should be there.
>> For what it's worth, my answer was listed in the missing features for
>> AskBot :
>> * Add a subsite feature:
>> - a single login should allow to post on different subsites
> With one account you can use the whole stack exchange network.
> Serverfault, superuser, askubuntu, Tor, etc. They support OpenID (many
> providers ).
>> - a single user might have different credentials, karmas and badges
>> in different subsites
>> - allow to move questions between subsites (if allowed to do so)
> For example general Windows / Linux questions can be moved to other
> pages within the stackexchange network, see  for details.
>> - subsites can be tied to one or more languages (see multilanguage)
> I don't think so. 
>> Provided we had such thing, general Tor could be one subsite, and we
>> could have others for TorBirdy, Tails, Arm, Whonix…
> Something like that. For example, serverfault has multiple tags (linux,
> apache2, windows, ubuntu, networking etc.). If you click on a tag, you
> may get questions which are of interest to you.
> Not sure if you like that?
> You can also get e-mail notification about tags. 
>> I don't know if such a thing can be done with Stack Exchange.
> I hope I provided good references for these questions. Anyone else feel
> free to correct me if necessary.
>>  https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-talk/2013-June/028508.html
>  http://serverfault.com/users/login
>  http://serverfault.com/
>  http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/12/subscribe-to-tags-via-emai/
>  http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/07/non-english-question-policy/
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