[tor-dev] Pluggable Transports v1 spec rewrite.
Hugo Maxwell Connery
hmco at env.dtu.dk
Thu Oct 29 13:46:56 UTC 2015
A commendable effort. It is both deserved and pleasant
that Tor hold the "gold standard" for a low latency, privacy
enhancing, distributed, collaborative network. A perhaps
more crowning achievement could be the fostering of a
diverse ecosystem of related technologies.
This effort continues to signal the Tor community's belief
in open, free(dom), collaboration in the space.
Hats off !
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2015 13:19:01 +0000
From: Yawning Angel <yawning at schwanenlied.me>
To: tor-dev at lists.torproject.org
Subject: [tor-dev] Pluggable Transports v1 spec rewrite.
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In an attempt to make Pluggable Transports more accessible to other
people, and to have a spec that is more applicable and useful to other
projects that seek to use Pluggable Transports for circumvention, I have
drafted a re-write of the spec.
This is not intended to alter existing behavior, but instead make it
clear that the whole "Pluggable Transports" thing isn't just for Tor.
Unless people have serious objections, this will replace the existing
PT spec, to serve as a stop-gap while the next revision of the PT spec
(that does alter behavior) is being drafted/implemented.
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