[tor-project] Help with 'Tor at the heart' blog posts
isabela at torproject.org
Tue Dec 6 22:36:23 UTC 2016
On 12/6/16 17:18, teor wrote:
>> On 7 Dec. 2016, at 09:02, isabela <isabela at torproject.org> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> As you've probably noticed, we've been doing a series of blog posts in
>> December on projects that are able
>> to accomplish their mission better because Tor exists.
>> You can see the previous daily blog posts for the donation drive here:
>> If you can help us by working on any of these posts or helping to
>> coordinate things, just do it ;) but please keep this spreadsheet
>> updated. Also if you have specific questions, you can send them to this
>> thread or email directly to the task force working on our fundraising
>> campaign: donation-drivers at torproject.org
>> Thanks in advance for your help!
> Hi isabela,
> Can you please add a summary of the existing posts to the spreadsheet?
> That will help people work out what has already been posted.
They are there, the rows were hidden to make it easier to keep track of
the upcoming ones, I just undid that, you can see the now. There is a
link to each in the row. But the blog tag url above should also give you
all the posts we did so far as well.
> For example, have we mentioned ProPublica and other news sites running
> onion sites?
> Have we mentioned other sites that use OnionBalance?
> I realise that we struggled to come up with ideas for this campaign,
> and I appreciate all the work people are doing to pull it together.
> But next time, can a request like this go out earlier?
> I had more time last month to think about blog posts, I'm deep in
> multiple extra tasks at the moment.
I agree - the only reason this wasn't done earlier was because everyone
is quite overwhelmed with the campaign plus a lot of other end of the
year things everyone has on their plate.
Although, there was a note a couple weeks ago on tor-internal. I know is
not as early as we wish for, but we have been trying. Now we are
escalating the call for help a little to see if we can get more
mobilization since we are still struggling every day to make the next
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