On May 25, 2010, at 2:45 AM, Scott Bennett wrote:
Without the community support, I wonder how quickly it could be adopted. I'm assuming it's going to rely on user-run exits like Tor, and I wonder how many large contributors would be willing to install closed-source software that they're not involved in developing on their servers.
Haters' gonn' hate. I'll admit, though, that using bridges might be a bit above the "average" user, especially when it comes to finding them. Not exactly plug-n-play. I also don't see why it would be terribly difficult for a sufficiently determined government to amass a large list of bridges and make that option essentially (if not completely) inviable.
I am a tad unnerved at the number of links to the donation page, though I appreciate the costs associated with such an endeavor.