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Re: [tor-talk] Are non-official projects welcome to Stackexchange Tor Q&A forum?

On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 8:58 AM, Nadim Kobeissi <nadim@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 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.

Speaking only for myself: I'd sure like any Tor-related SE to be
Tor-related.  If other folks want to start a general anonymity one,
that would be fine by me.

> As it stands right now, Tor looks like it's trying to monopolize any possible Anonymity SE, and that's not okay.

Well, personally, I'd like any Tor venue to be about Tor, and any
anonymity venue to be about anonymity.  If people decide to create an
anonymity venue, and it works out better than the Tor one as a place
to talk about Tor, that could be grand -- but right now, as it stands,
we're trying to make a Tor one.

Personally, I am no more try to monopolize any possible anonymity
stack exchange by starting a Tor one than I am trying to monopolize
anonymity mailing lists by running tor-talk.

Please, exercise the principle of charity. Just as I'm assuming that
everybody who advocates something here really believes in it, and is
trying to make a better outcome for no ulterior purpose, please accept
that WE are human beings trying to do the best we can with imperfect
resources, limited time, and sometimes a poor ability to communicate
what's going on.

best wishes,
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