[tor-project] Tor Village at IFF: Call for Proposals [February 13th - March 10th]
gus at torproject.org
Thu Feb 13 11:15:28 UTC 2020
Today we are opening our Call for Proposals to the Tor Village that will
take place in IFF, Valencia (Spain). Please share with your friends! :)
Tor Village at IFF: Call for Proposals
CFP date: February 13th - March 10th
Tor Village: April 23 and 24, 2020 - IFF, Valencia, Spain.
During this year's Internet Freedom Festival (IFF) edition, the Tor
Project will organize a Tor village with activities on privacy,
anonymity, and anti-censorship based around the technology we build. IFF
will take place from April 20 - 24 and the Tor Village will take place
on the last two days, April 23 and 24 2020 in Valencia, Spain. The Call
for Proposals for the Tor Village will be open from February 13 to March
10, 23:59 UTC.
The activities will be approved by the Tor Project Community Team and
the participants will be notified by March 20. The first version of the
schedule will be published on April 2nd. Proposals can be done in
English or Spanish. Proposals should be sent by March 10th at 23:59 UTC
to iff at torproject.org. Proposals sent after the deadline or by other
means will not be accepted.
With the exception of artistic activities, the activities must be
carried out within 1 hour between April 23 and 24. The session's
facilitators of the Tor Village will have free ticket to the event.
Unfortunately, in this first edition of the Village, the Tor Project
cannot assist participants with travel expenses or other costs.
Be sure to include the following,
Abstract: (max 100 words)
Proposal description (max 500 words):
Time: ________ (max 50 minutes)
Availability: [ ] Only day 1 [ ] Only day 2 [ ] both
Type of activity:
[ ] Workshop
[ ] Talk
[ ] Discussion
[ ] Other: ________
Speaker name / Organization name:
Tech rider: what equipments do you need for your presentation?
Language: [ ] English [ ] Spanish
- Sharing experience and challenges about Tor workshops and anonymity
- Automation and deployment of onion services
- Forming your Tor relay association
- How to convince your organization or your university to run an exit
- Presentation of research results on users of Tor ecosystem tools
- Analysis of results on the usability of the Tor Navigator
- Art installation on how the Tor network works
- Localization of Tor based tools
- Good practices for journalists when using Tails
- Application containers using Onion Services
- Presentation of personas study on Tor users
Questions? Contact us!
In case of questions or doubts, contact us by email: iff at torproject.org
or ask us during our weekly meetings: every monday, 1600 UTC, on
#tor-meeting - irc.oftc.net. Or read how you can chat with us:
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