[tor-dev] Atlas/Compass GSoC 2013

David Vorick david.vorick at gmail.com
Wed Apr 24 02:13:52 UTC 2013

Has tor been selected for gsoc?

On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 5:26 PM, Newk <newkdukem at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm Nikola, 1st year student in the university in Skopje, Macedonia.
> Around 6 months ago I've put a tor relay at home - one of only two running
> in the whole country (the other one is placed in the local hackerspace,
> also the only one in the country). Being interested in internet anonymity
> and network security, I've started reading about how tor works and how I
> can make a contribution in the project.
> I would like to work on Atlas and/or Compass (even Vidalia or Arm),
> because as a tor relay owner, I've met some points I would like to improve.
> Any thoughts?
> Thanks,
> Nikola
> P.S.
> As a late blooming activist, I would like to contribute to this project
> even if I don't be selected for this years GSoC program. The reason being
> that in couple of years or less, you will see my country as a place where
> democracy quietly ceased to exist. And tor will be the only way reaching to
> the outside. On this note, I'd like to add that my goal is not only
> contributing by improving tor, but also making a shout to the free-minded
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