[tor-dev] Future Onion Addresses and Human Factors

bernard ei8fdb at ei8fdb.org
Mon Aug 10 07:47:05 UTC 2015

> On 9 Aug 2015, at 23:43, Philipp Winter <phw at nymity.ch> wrote:
> Vanity onion addresses, for example, might have done more harm than good

Why do you say that? What harm would human readable .onion addresses do? And to who?

> As a result, maybe we should make it intentionally
> *harder* to manage raw onion addresses, just like it's hard to manage
> raw barcodes.

Humans don’t deal with raw barcodes. They do deal with URLs.

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