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Re: [tor-talk] Tor Workshop at a Con
This is great, thank for you doing it. If you have any material, make
sure to publish it somewhere for others to use or improve. It is indeed
a goal to become better at Tor to supply volunteers with whatever they
need (and what is possible). We hope to have the capacity to send out
stickers and flyers (once there are any) in the future for events, for
On 03/13/2014 10:28 PM, AntiTree wrote:
> I remember seeing that one of the recent goals for the Tor Project was
> to do some outreach at cons with possibly running tables at events
> etc. I was planning a Tor + Tails (along with some other privacy
> subjects) workshop for a local BSides. I have the workshop written up
> but thought I could reach out in case anyone was interested in helping
> from an unofficial or official perspective (aside from shipping Roger
> + Nick to Upstate NY :P).
> The demo is people that have at least tried Tor - but the hour+
> workshop will spend most of the time on (IMO) "advanced" subjects like
> interacting with the control port, using some of the less popular
> torrc options, and getting started with Stem. Then going into how
> Tails is made.
> Feel free to reach out off-list if you'd like.
> 1. https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/meetings/2014WinterDevMeeting/notes/Volunteering
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