[tor-dev] What happened to Tor Router?

Derek Moss dmts at stoptheviolence.co.uk
Tue Nov 26 11:40:48 UTC 2013

If the Raspberry Pi is suitable, I imagine an easily deployed image
(for example an 8GB/16GB disk image that can be written to a SD card
with various win32 Disk Imager or similar would make it a lot easier
for users to get their RPis up and running as routers/relays, so if
that could be made available I think that would be good.

On 26 November 2013 03:46,  <andrew at torproject.is> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 12:18:02PM +0000, andrew at torproject.is wrote 1.6K bytes in 0 lines about:
> : Much like the App Store[4] discussion, I think we're best suited to
> : make Tor as portable and performant as possible, but leave hardware
> : integration to others. We're the experts on Tor. We should stay focused
> : on Tor and not get distracted with things that can run Tor. I'd rather
> : see 3rd parties consulting with us to build "tor routers". We don't have
> : the expertise nor resources to handle the hardware product lifecycle.
> And another appears on the horizon,
> http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/orp1-an-open-router-project
> --
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