[or-cvs] r18904: {website} Update german translation of: trunk/de/volunteer.wml (website/trunk/de)

unicorn at seul.org unicorn at seul.org
Wed Mar 11 13:21:42 UTC 2009

Author: unicorn
Date: 2009-03-11 09:21:42 -0400 (Wed, 11 Mar 2009)
New Revision: 18904

Update german translation of:

Modified: website/trunk/de/volunteer.wml
--- website/trunk/de/volunteer.wml	2009-03-11 13:06:16 UTC (rev 18903)
+++ website/trunk/de/volunteer.wml	2009-03-11 13:21:42 UTC (rev 18904)
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 ## translation metadata
-# Based-On-Revision: 18524
-# Last-Translator: jens at kubieziel.de, peter at palfrader.org
+# Based-On-Revision: 18874
+# Last-Translator: mail 11 oliverknapp 22 de
 #include "head.wmi" TITLE="Tor: Mithelfen" CHARSET="UTF-8"
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
 <h2><a class="anchor" href="#Usability">unterstützende Anwendungen</a></h2>
-  <li>Wir brauchen gute Methoden, um DNS-Abfragen abzufangen, damit diese
+  <li>Wir brauchen mehr und bessere Methoden, um DNS-Abfragen abzufangen, damit diese
   nicht an einen lokalen Beobachter dringen, während wir versuchen, anonym zu
   bleiben. (Dies passiert, weil die Anwendung selbst DNS-Anfragen
   stellt, anstatt diese über Tor zu leiten.).
@@ -68,17 +68,6 @@
     nach <a href="<svnsandbox>contrib/">contrib</a>? Das wäre
   eine gute Möglichkeit für den <a href="<page gui/index>">Tor GUI
-  <li>Wir haben eine Vielzahl von Wegen, um
-    das <a
-    href="https://wiki.torproject.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#ChooseEntryExit">Tornetzwerk
-    in einem bestimmten Land zu verlassen</a>. Aber all diese Wege
-    brauchen den Namen eines speziellen Torservers. Es wäre schön,
-    wenn man nur ein Land angeben muss und automatisch wird ein
-    Server ausgewählt. Der beste Weg ist wahrscheinlich, Blossoms
-  Verzeichnis herunterzuladen und einen lokalen Blossomclient laufen
-  zu lassen, der die Verzeichnisse sicher lädt, die
-  <code>.country.blossom</code>-Hostnamen mitschneidet und dann das
-  richtige tut.</li>
   <li>Wenn wir gerade bei Geolocation sind, wäre es schön, wenn
     jemand eine Karte anfertigt, die die Standorte der Torserver
     anzeigt. Bonuspunkte gibt es, wenn es sich bei Änderungen am
@@ -135,13 +124,13 @@
 <h2><a class="anchor" href="#Projects">Good Coding Projects</a></h2>
-Here is a list of ideas that were proposed for the <a href="<page gsoc>">Google Summer of Code 2008</a>
+Here is a list of ideas that were proposed for the <a href="<page gsoc>">Google Summer of Code 2009</a>
 but have not been put into practice. Some of the <a href="<svnsandbox>doc/spec/proposals/">current proposals</a> 
 might also be short on developers. If you think you can help out, <a href="<page contact>"> let us know!</a> 
+<!-- Mike is already working on this
 <b>Tor Node Scanner improvements</b>
 <br />
@@ -168,7 +157,8 @@
 the Directory Authorities, but a communication channel for this
 currently does not exist and would need to be developed as well.
+ -->
 <b>Help track the overall Tor Network status</b>
 <br />
@@ -181,7 +171,8 @@
 people collect brief snapshots, but where it gets really interesting is
 when we start tracking data points over time.
 <br />
-Data could be collected from the "Tor Node Scanner" item above, from
+Data could be collected from the "Tor Node Scanner" in
+<a href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/torflow/trunk/README">TorFlow</a>, from
 the server descriptors that each relay publishes, and from other
 sources. Results over time could be integrated into one of the <a
 href="https://torstatus.blutmagie.de/">Tor Status</a> web pages, or be
@@ -190,6 +181,7 @@
 Status wish list</a>.
+<!-- Is this still a useful project? If so, move it to another section.
 <b>Better Debian/Ubuntu Packaging for Tor+Vidalia</b>
 <br />
@@ -233,7 +225,8 @@
 Debian package management and some C++ development experience. Previous
 experience with Qt is helpful, but not required.
 <b>Improving Tor's ability to resist censorship</b>
 <br />
@@ -261,6 +254,7 @@
 then trading off censorship resistance with usability and robustness.
+<!-- This should be mostly done.
 <b>Tor/Polipo/Vidalia Auto-Update Framework</b>
 <br />
@@ -294,7 +288,9 @@
 will be producing a design document to review and discuss
 with others prior to implementation.
+<!-- Matt already made good progress on this.
 <b>An Improved and More Usable Network Map in Vidalia</b>
 <br />
@@ -320,6 +316,7 @@
 experience. Previous experience with Qt and CMake is helpful, but not
 <b>Tor Controller Status Event Interface</b>
@@ -356,6 +353,7 @@
 design/Photoshop fu, since we might want/need some shiny new icons too.
+<!-- Jake already did most of this.
 <b>Improvements on our active browser configuration tester</b> -
 <a href="https://check.torproject.org/">https://check.torproject.org/</a>
@@ -378,7 +376,9 @@
+<!-- If we decide to switch to the exit list in TorStatus, this is obsolete.
 <b>Improvements on our DNS Exit List service</b> -
 <a href="http://exitlist.torproject.org/">http://exitlist.torproject.org/</a>
@@ -399,7 +399,9 @@
 if they were interested in Haskell and wanted to implement more of the
 torel-design.txt suggestions.
+<!-- Nobody wanted to keep this.
 <b>Testing integration of Tor with web browsers for our end users</b>
 <br />
@@ -410,7 +412,7 @@
 kinds of issues are run by Greg Fleischer and HD Moore. Greg keeps a nice <a
 href="http://pseudo-flaw.net/tor/torbutton/">list of issues along
 with their proof of concept code, bug issues, etc</a>. HD Moore runs
-the <a href="http://metasploit.com/research/projects/decloak/">metasploit
+the <a href="http://www.decloak.net/">metasploit
 decloak website</a>. A person interested in defending Tor could start
 by collecting as many workable and known methods for decloaking a
 Tor user. (<a href="https://torcheck.xenobite.eu/">This page</a> may
@@ -421,7 +423,9 @@
 channels. The person should also be closely familiar with using Tor and how
 to prevent Tor information leakage.
+<!-- Nick did quite some work here. Is this project still required then?
 <b>Libevent and Tor integration improvements</b>
 <br />
@@ -437,6 +441,7 @@
 will be adding OpenSSL support on top of Libevent's buffer abstraction.
 Also tricky will be adding rate-limiting to Libevent.
 <b>Tuneup Tor!</b>
@@ -503,8 +508,8 @@
 Additionally, we need to automate our performance testing. We've got
 buildbot to automate our regular integration and compile testing already
 (though we need somebody to set it up on Windows),
-but we need to get our network simulation tests (as built in TorFlow: see
-the "Tor Node Scanner improvements" item)
+but we need to get our network simulation tests (as built in
+<a href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/torflow/trunk/README">TorFlow</a>)
 updated for more recent versions of Tor, and designed to launch a test
 network either on a single machine, or across several, so we can test
 changes in performance on machines in different roles automatically.
@@ -550,6 +555,7 @@
 tool and designing its interface, and one part lots of coding.
+<!-- Removed, unless Mike still wants this to be in.
 <b>Torbutton improvements</b>
 <br />
@@ -568,7 +574,8 @@
 with not too much involvement in the Tor internals.
 <b>Porting Polipo to Windows</b>
 <br />
@@ -588,26 +595,8 @@
 menu options. Double bonus if it's cross-platform compatible.
+ <!-- Is Blossom development still happening?
-<b>Make our diagrams beautiful and automated</b>
-<br />
-We need a way to generate the website diagrams (for example, the "How
-Tor Works" pictures on the <a href="<page overview>">overview page</a>
-from source, so we can translate them as UTF-8 text rather than edit
-them by hand with Gimp. We might want to
-integrate this as an wml file so translations are easy and images are
-generated in multiple languages whenever we build the website. 
-<b>Improve the LiveCD offerings for the Tor community</b>
-<br />
-How can we make the <a
-href="http://anonymityanywhere.com/incognito/">Incognito LiveCD</a>
-easier to maintain, improve, and document?
 <b>Rework and extend Blossom</b>
 <br />
 Rework and extend Blossom (a tool for monitoring and
@@ -655,8 +644,81 @@
 principles of evaluating and understanding internet inconsistency are at
 the core of the Blossom effort.
+<b>Implement a torrent-based scheme for downloading Thandy packages</b>
+<br />
+is a relatively new software to allow automatic updates of Tor and related
+software. Currently, there are very few users, but we expect Thandy to be
+used by almost every Tor user in the future. To avoid crashing servers on
+the day of a Tor update, we need new ways to distribute new packages
+efficiently, and using libtorrent seems to be a possible solution. If you
+think of other good ideas, great - please do let us know!<br />
+We also need to investigate how to include our mirrors better. If possible,
+there should be an easy way for them to help distributing the packages.
+<b>Torbutton equivalent for Thunderbird</b>
+<br />
+We're hearing from an increasing number of users that they want to use
+Thunderbird with Tor. However, there are plenty of application-level
+concerns, for example, by default Thunderbird will put your hostname in
+the outgoing mail that it sends. At some point we should start a new
+push to build a Thunderbird extension similar to Torbutton.
+<b>New Torbutton Features</b>
+There are several <a
+feature requests</a> on the Torbutton Flyspray section. In particular, <a
+'New Identity' with Vidalia</a>,
+<a href="https://bugs.torproject.org/flyspray/index.php?do=details&id=940">ways of
+managing multiple cookie jars/identities</a>, <a
+specific cookies</a> when
+cookies are cleared,
+referrer spoofing</a>, <a
+Tor status reporting</a>, and <a
+and "tors://" urls</a> are all interesting
+features that could be added.
+<br />
+This work would be independent coding in Javascript and the fun world of <a
+with not too much involvement in the Tor internals.
+<b>Usability testing of Tor</b>
+<br />
+Especially the browser bundle, ideally amongst our target demographic.
+That would help a lot in knowing what needs to be done in terms of bug
+fixes or new features. We get this informally at the moment, but a more
+structured process would be better.
+<b>Translation wiki for our website</b>
+<br />
+The Tor Project has been working over the past year to set up web-based
+tools to help volunteers translate our applications into other languages.
+We finally hit upon Pootle, and we have a fine web-based translation engine
+in place for Vidalia, Torbutton, and Torcheck. However, Pootle only
+translates strings that are in the "po" format, and our website uses wml
+files. This project is about finding a way to convert our wml files into po
+strings and back, so they can be handled by Pootle.
 <b>Bring up new ideas!</b>
 <br />
 Don't like any of these? Look at the <a
@@ -735,9 +797,17 @@
   <li>Wir sind nicht weit davon entfernt, Unterstützung für IPv6 bei
     Exitknoten zu haben. Falls du dich stark um IPv6 kümmerst, ist
     das wahrscheinlich der Platz, um zu starten.</li>
-  <li>Du magst keinen von den obigen Punkten? Schaue dir die <a
-  href="<svnsandbox>doc/design-paper/roadmap-future.pdf">weiteren Pläne</a> für
-  weitere Ideen an.</li>
+<li>Wir brauchen einen Weg die Diagramme auf der Webseite aus Quellcode zu
+generieren (zum Beispiel das "How Tor Works" Bild auf der <a href="<page
+overview>">Übersichtsseite</a>), damit wir das Bild als UTF-8 text übersetzen
+können, statt es händisch mit Gimp zu ändern. Wir würden dies gerne als
+wml-Datei einbinden, damit die Übersetzung einfach ist und die Bilder in
+verschiedenen Sprachen erzeugt werden, wenn wir die Webseite erstellen.</li>
+<li>Wie können wir die <a
+href="http://anonymityanywhere.com/incognito/">Incognito LiveCD</a>
+leichter warten, verbessern und dokumentieren?</li>
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