[tor-project] identifying fellow travelers

Damian Johnson atagar at torproject.org
Tue Nov 29 19:39:42 UTC 2016

Hi Shari. Not sure if it's what you're after or not but for what it's
worth I collect examples of projects that use Stem, and by extension
Tor. Many are small but others can be quite substantial. Here's the


Cheers! -Damian

On Tue, Nov 29, 2016 at 11:29 AM, Shari Steele <ssteele at torproject.org> wrote:
> Hey all.
> As part of our end-of-year campaign, we’re going to highlight some projects that rely on or build on Tor, emphasizing how Tor is at the heart of Internet freedom while at the same time highlighting some of the cool things others are working on.  I’d like to highlight one project per day for the month of December.  I’ve started to collect some projects on this pad:
> https://pad.riseup.net/p/q0iJkHTMLBkF
> But I know I’m missing some—probably some good ones.  So my apologies in advance if I missed something important that you’re working on—please know that it’s my ignorance and nothing personal.  I’d appreciate it if people here could fill in the missing projects.
> Also, is one of your projects highlighted here?  I would be delighted if you’d be willing to share a couple of paragraphs on why Tor is important to your project, along with a link to whatever page you’d like us to send people to when they read the blog post.  If you can’t supply anything, I’ll come up with something, but I bet it would be better if you wrote it yourself!
> Thanks in advance for your help with this!
> Shari
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