[tor-dev] Tor Summer of Privacy [ Incorporating ruleset testing into https-everywhere release process ]

yan yan at torproject.org
Thu Apr 9 17:26:21 UTC 2015

Oops, sending again from my torproject account.

On 4/9/15 10:24 AM, yan wrote:
> Hi Karan, that is great to hear. I've cc'ed Jacob, one of the current
> maintainers of HTTPS Everywhere.
> -Yan
> On 4/8/15 11:40 PM, karan grover wrote:
>> Hello there!
>> I am Karan Grover. I am a 2nd year computer science student at IIIT
>> Delhi.
>> I am a part of my college's Cybersecurity Education and Research Center,
>> which is the first of its kind in the country. I have worked primarily
>> in the field of Privacy and Security of Online Social Media (PSOSM).
>> I am interested in contributing to Tor as a part of Tor Summer of
>> Privacy. The project I am interested in working on is *Incorporating
>> ruleset testing into https-everywhere release process*. I have been
>> understanding the codebase of *https-everywhere-checker, *and am now
>> quite familiar with it. I would like to discuss further about what the
>> project entails.
>> I contribute to open source every now and then, but am now looking to be
>> an active open source contributor and Tor seems to align with my
>> interests.
>> Looking forward to your reply.
>> Thank you.
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