[tor-dev] GSoC 2017 - unMessage: a privacy enhanced instant messenger
agshuman at gmail.com
Sat Apr 1 13:51:39 UTC 2017
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On Apr 1, 2017 9:45 AM, "Felipe Dau" <dau at riseup.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 02:48:45AM -0400, grarpamp wrote:
> > It's suggested and welcome that all overlay networks publicly
> > review, audit, analyze, each others work and offerings. Unfortunately
> > that hasn't develop much yet in a formal dedicated as responsibility
> > manner among even the larger opensource community, or even
> > discussion if that is a good idea. (But there is some good work in
> > some projects out there lately of their own work... automated code
> > linting, and the rarer procured third party audit.)
> > Then shall we presume all our networks are equivalently secure?,
> > or equivalently flawed, as each network happens to advertise now and
> Makes sense.
> > This may leave the matter of partitioning up to the user to consider
> > pursuant to any note about that in the app documentation.
> I agree. Giving power of choice to the users is ideal.
> > The app could enable simultaneous multihome based on commandline
> > options... --tor --i2p --cjdns --other, default [whatever] .
> > And of course all the ports / addresses / bindings would need to
> > be flexible.
> > On equivalent networks, presence is maybe a bigger issue than
> > This includes concept to drop the network identity off the network
> > or use new ID, not just managing announces to buddy list entries.
> Interesting! I opened an issue  to discuss this feature (copied
> your post there). It might take a while to work on that as we have
> other tasks with a higher priority, but I intend to get back to it at
> some point.
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