[tor-project] Proposal for the people page: Pronouns

Tommy Collison tommy at collison.ie
Thu May 17 15:53:15 UTC 2018

Hey there,

I’m in favor of pronouns!

I bet there’s two or three other bits or information it’d be useful to know
about each other — home time zone comes to mind, but there might be others.
I suspect that this info is too public to go on tp.org.

Stripe recently blogged about their internal people page feature (
https://stripe.com/blog/stripe-home) but I can’t imagine where the Tor
version of that would live.


On Thu, May 17, 2018 at 8:31 AM Tom Ritter <tom at ritter.vg> wrote:

> There's a lot of us and many folks (or maybe just me) haven't met most
> people or are otherwise unsure about pronouns.
> Put them on the people page? Good idea? Bad idea? Too public?
> https://imgur.com/a/u6pIZnJ
> The crappy HTML I wrote to do this is to float left and float right the
> field.
> <td>
>       <a id="tjr"></a>
>       <div class="photo"><img src="../images/people/tjr.png" alt="tjr"
> width="128" height="150"></div>
>       <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/tomrittervg"><img
> src="../images/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" width="20"
> height="20"></a></div>
>       <div class="icon"><a
> href="
> https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=8ACD146EA94CEB12E4EA691566A109189B79658F
> "><img
> src="../images/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" width="20"
> height="20"></a></div>
>       <div class="name"><a href="#tjr">Tom Ritter</a></div>
>       <div class="field" style="float:left"><b>IRC:</b> tjr</div>
>       <div class="field" style="float:right">he/him</div>
>       <div class="description">Maintains <a
> href="https://consensus-health.torproject.org/">Consensus Health </a>,
> runs one of the bandwidth authorities, and contributes to Tor
> Browser.</div>
> </td>
> -tom
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