[tor-project] Notes from October 19 2017 Vegas team meeting

Niels Elgaard Larsen elgaard at agol.dk
Sun Oct 22 18:41:18 UTC 2017

Iain R. Learmonth:
> Hi,
> On 22/10/17 11:39, Arturo Filastò wrote about moving to GSuite.
> Just to add to this, for those that are still concerned. The OONI
> website does list a GPG key that can be used to send encrypted emails
> that are not readable by Google:

And I am still concerned.
How much of the email is PGP encrypted?

> https://ooni.torproject.org/about/
> Setting up a mail server is easy, but keeping a mail server running,
> keeping a lid on spam and preventing your mail server from ending up in
> reputation systems as "spammy" is a constant struggle.

It is really not that hard.

And even if some russian spamservice would mark Tor-emails as potential
spam, is that reason enough to give it to Google?

> While it is sad that Google has been chosen, I can well understand the
> reasoning behind doing so.
> Thanks,
> Iain.
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Niels Elgaard Larsen

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