[Author Prev][Author Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Author Index][Thread Index]

Re: [tor-talk] (no subject)

On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 11:17:20PM +0100, Bernard Tyers - ei8fdb wrote:
> This is true, but people will use what they can if they have
>difficulties. Anything that helps people installed TBB must be useful,

No? As one example, if you're an activist in <country X> you maybe
shouldn't get TBB from your government's website.

Speaking of which, I don't think that youtube video had any mention of
checking signatures or anything? (But I didn't watch it carefully and
didn't listen to it at all.) I guess it has you adding a separate deb
repository, and you fetch the keyring for that, so assuming you fetched it
right you're likely to get the package it wanted you to get -- whatever
that is.

As another example, until the TBB can update itself
(which is actually coming pretty soon I hope:
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/4234 ), we need users
to understand how and when to upgrade. We're doing a poor job of that
now, but having even more ways that people install it could make the
issue even worse.

> I've had a look around, but I haven't come across any "official Tor
>Project videos" to help people get TBB installed on [insert OS]?
> Are there any created? If not, I could try and do some short videos
>for Debian, OS X. Just using the "official" steps direct from TP website.

I'd suggest checking out TBB 3.x and thinking about videos for that
Since I'm hoping we can drop TBB 2.x real soon now.


tor-talk mailing list - tor-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To unsusbscribe or change other settings go to