[tor-dev] GSoC 2017 Project Idea

teor teor2345 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 13 00:27:17 UTC 2017

> On 13 Mar 2017, at 07:25, Damian Johnson <atagar at torproject.org> wrote:
> Hi Sakchham, glad you want to get involved! For Orbot Nathan (cc-ed)
> would be your man but sadly iirc he doesn't have cycles to mentor this
> summer. I'd suggest double checking with him and if that's the case
> picking another project space where we do have a mentor.

Hi Sakchham,

If you're still interested in the Orbot UI, this related thread might
interest you:



> Cheers! -Damian
> On 3/12/17, Sakchham Sharma <sakchhams at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Greetings Tor Community,
>> I am Sakchham Sharma a CS Undergrad student, I intend to participate in
>> GSoC 2017 and contribute to the Tor Project. The Tor Project as so now is
>> quite well known among the people with a technical background, but however,
>> the people who don't belong to this category have little or no idea about
>> Tor, they are perhaps the people that would benefit the most from Tor.
>> So in order to help people better understand about Tor, that how it is
>> different from their VPN or Proxy service, I intend to an UI Redesign of
>> the Orbot app for android, as of now it has a minimalistic UI and several
>> UI glitches, an UI that also gives the users a subtle idea as to how tor
>> works with be informative and should help more people know more about Tor,
>> I would be grateful if I could get suggestions/improvements on the above
>> idea.
>> Thank you.
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