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Its a one click install package with sensible defaults. Its unofficial,
with some people warning against using it and others embracing it.<br>
Advanced Onion Router<br>
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://sourceforge.net/projects/advtor/">https://sourceforge.net/projects/advtor/</a><br>
A zip file that provides an easy to use interface to Tor, I admit this
is akin to Vidalia. Vidalia may be more elegant.<br>
Ian Goldberg wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 02:05:44AM -0400, grarpamp wrote:
<pre wrap="">On workload and stuff...
<pre wrap="">the idea we had at the 2010 Potsdam meeting where we had primary
and secondary developers for each product.
<pre wrap="">There is Tor core (ported to various platforms). This is code and
docs. This is what matters. It is not config or packaging.
Above and beyond that, if there is a demand for it, why not introduce
a secondary level of suitably trusted enthusiasts to develop and
manage all the various modes of operation. Officially disclaim it
appropriately as an unofficial vaporware framework, wikify it, put
a couple public developer packaging boxes online and see what
Also, you could easily publish just a set of torrc's tailored to
various purposes. Or even create an online config generator with
various feature checkboxes.
I don't think most of the target audience knows (or wants to know) what
a torrc is. They want one-click download, install, and run. And that's
what we should give them.
<pre wrap="">I've no objection to flag days that result in good long term gains.
Well, Flag Day was yesterday, so you've got a whole year to figure out
the plan for next time. ;-)
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