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Re: [tor-talk] Distribution of Linux static tor binary?

On 9/10/12 11:43 AM, antispam06@xxxxxxx wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 10, 2012, at 00:21, Fabio Pietrosanti (naif) wrote:
>> It would facilitate the inclusion of Tor in third party applications
>> that include/bundle/redistribute Tor, regardless of the Linux
>> Distribution.
> Sounds like a potential risk, the third party intervention. See the
> discussion about the other TorBrowser.
Imho the amount of applications that will be delivered including Tor
binary will increase dramatically in 2013.

Imho Tor will become sooner or later a software library, so that other
software (like pigdin or adium) will start using it to build anonymity
feature, like they use libotr to build message encryption feature.

In the meantime that tor is still an independent third party binary, it
would be useful to facilitate the work for 3rd party software
integration for the various platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux).

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