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Re: [tor-talk] Wikimedia and Tor

On 2014-10-01 13:57, Derric Atzrott wrote:
Good day all,


Thanks for bringing this up once more! The topic seems to recur even more frequently than once a year around here.

Two recent and relevant discussions:

Your colleague Lane Rasberry started a similar thread earlier this year and an accompanying IdeaLab page, read more here: https://blog.torproject.org/blog/tor-weekly-news-%E2%80%94-february-19th-2014 (third item down) and https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:IdeaLab/Partnership_between_Wikimedia_community_and_Tor_community

Not Wikimedia-specific, but Roger Dingledine recently wrote about paths to letting web services feel they can accept anonymous users, and mentioned an upcoming project on Wikipedia at the end:

It would be good if the experience of these and other previous discussions could be built upon, otherwise I fear this topic will continue to circle morosely on the luggage carousel of things that ought to be done, with no takers.

Additionally it should be noted that I have a passing familiarity with Tor as both a user and recently became an exit relay operator, though if I missed
something blindly obvious, definitely please point it out to me!

Thank you for running an exit relay!
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