[tor-dev] Pluggable transport weekly meeting

Ximin Luo infinity0 at gmx.com
Sun Sep 8 13:40:33 UTC 2013

I assume people will be interested in creating Debian packages for these too. I am wondering if we should adopt a naming convention like tor-pt-sshproxy, tor-pt-flashproxy, tor-pt-obfsproxy etc - like how mozilla extensions are all called xul-ext-*. (We could even start a working group too.)

ATM this would involve renaming obfsproxy, but I am about to package flashproxy, and thinking about what to name the package.


On 06/09/13 13:44, Griffin Boyce wrote:
> That day and time work well for me -- thanks for setting this up! =)
> ~Griffin
> On 09/06/2013 04:58 AM, Vmon wrote:
>> I sent this email quite a while ago and I was surprised that nobody
>> was interested/replied. Today I found out that I had sent it to a
>> wrong address. But here we are, so I'm sending it again. So please
>> reply so we can kick this off soon.
>> Thanks,
>> Vmon
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: <vmonmoonshine at gmail.com <mailto:vmonmoonshine at gmail.com>>
>> Date: Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 6:46 AM
>> Subject: Pluggable transport weekly meeting
>> To: tor-dev-request at lists.torproject.org
>> <mailto:tor-dev-request at lists.torproject.org>
>> Hello Tor devs,
>> Following up on what we came up with in the dev summit
>> (https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/meetings/2013SummerDevMeeting/PluggableTransports1),
>> we are going to have weekly 30-minute IRC meeting focusing on pluggable
>> transports. The format (I think) will be scrum-esque that every
>> developer who is working on a pluggable transport will update everybody
>> else about the work they did/are doing on their transport during the
>> week and ask questions if they have any, for example if they got stuck
>> somewhere and they think somebody can help.
>> Preliminary, we decided to have the meeting on Fridays, cause why not,
>> but if you have serious problem with Fridays then we might be able to
>> pick a better day.
>> For the time of the meeting, considering the geographical positions
>> of the current transport developers, we'll probably end up having a CEST
>> evening and PST morning meeting. Having that in mind I suggest:
>> CEST: 18:00
>> BST (Summer GMT): 17:00
>> EST: 12:00
>> MNT: 10:00
>> PST: 9:00
>> So if this doesn't work for you, please reply to this email with your
>> alternative proposal.
>> Thanks,
>> Vmon
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