[tor-project] Anti-censorship meeting notes, 22 Oct 2020
phw at torproject.org
Thu Oct 22 16:20:55 UTC 2020
Here are our meeting minutes:
And here is our meeting pad:
Anti-censorship work meeting pad
Next meeting: Thursday October 22nd 16:00 UTC
Weekly meetings, every Thursday at 16:00 UTC, in #tor-meeting at OFTC (channel is logged while meetings are in progress)
== Goal of this meeting ==
Weekly checkin about the status of anti-censorship work at Tor.
Coordinate collaboration between people/teams on anti-censorship at Tor.
== Links to Useful documents ==
* Our anti-censorship roadmap:
* Roadmap: https://gitlab.torproject.org/groups/tpo/anti-censorship/-/boards
* The anti-censorship team's wiki page:
* Past meeting notes can be found at:
* Tickets that need reviews: from sponsors we are working on:
* All needs review tickets: https://gitlab.torproject.org/groups/tpo/anti-censorship/-/merge_requests?scope=all&utf8=%E2%9C%93&state=opened&assignee_id=None
* Sponsor 30
* Sponsor 28
* must-do tickets: https://gitlab.torproject.org/groups/tpo/-/milestones/10
* possible tickets: https://gitlab.torproject.org/groups/tpo/-/issues?scope=all&utf8=%E2%9C%93&state=opened&label_name%5b%5d=Sponsor%2028&milestone_title=None
* Anti-censorship related tickets that we want other teams to fix:
* https://pad.riseup.net/p/tor-anti-censorship-tickets-keep <-- it will be moved into gitlab with TPO labels <-- do we still need this? The label is 'for anticensorship team'
* Public bug-reporting pad:
== Announcements ==
== Discussion ==
* Where to put the snowflake probetest? Broker machine? Bridge?
== Actions ==
== Interesting links ==
== Reading group ==
* We will discuss "" on
* Questions to ask and goals to have:
* What aspects of the paper are questionable?
* Are there immediate actions we can take based on this work?
* Are there long-term actions we can take based on this work?
* Is there future work that we want to call out, in hopes that others will pick it up?
== Updates ==
- What you worked on this week.
- What you are planning to work on next week.
- Something you need help with.
This week (2020-10-22):
* Reviewed tpo/anti-censorship/pluggable-transports/snowflake!13
* Reviewed tpo/anti-censorship/pluggable-transports/snowflake!14
* Reviewed rdsys pull request.
* Roadmap meeting for Sponsor 28 and 30.
* Ticket maintenance; added new issues for rdsys and Salmon.
* Worked on Sponsor 30 report.
* Finally reviewed Tor Research Safety Board submission.
* Call with I2P folks regarding how we can help each other wrt Snowflake.
* Moved forward with Salmon.
* Implemented "secret IDs" for users.
* Started refactoring user <-> proxy mapping.
* Finish refactoring Salmon and start working on cohosh's "social graph reduction" idea.
cecylia (cohosh): last updated 2020-10-22
- fixed a race condition bug that causes snowflake to crash (snowflake#40017)
- sponsor 28 evaluations
- made revisions to snowflake#40013
- follow up on progress towards a telegram bot for gettor
- work with Guardian project on Snowflake integration
- more work on snowflake NAT matching
- pick up snowflake multiplexing work again (snowflake#25723)
Needs help with:
- review of snowflake-webext!7
- Got very basic "suggested readings" list up and running here : https://jugheadjones10.github.io/anti-censorship-reading/
- Keep studying BridgeDB to write architectural overview
- Open issues here (https://github.com/jugheadjones10/anti-censorship-reading ) for papers/resources/readings that you think might be useful for newcomers
- follow ups to #33365
- start on #31201
- Wrapping Babatunde's research on the use of circumvention tools during internet censorship in Africa. Wrapping Personas for s30 with it.
- We are planning interviews with users in China to run our bridges discovery issues script in real time. We discussed to include TBA + snowflake as a task for users to run over a week or two and report back.
- I still have bridges.tpo to lektor issue open
- More work on UX/UI for TB 10.0/10.5
- Review Salmon related tickets (im late with it!)
-Finished first draft for #5 (rdsys)
-Dig deeper into Pluggable Transports/HTTPT/Issues/#4
-Tackle a new ticket
-Review of #5 (rdsys)
- Took break to focus on work
- #32117: Look at CAPTCHA success rate for users from the US across different types of bridges
- CI/CD pipeline for multiarch docker images, which has a problem
with the apt tor version even though the apt repository have been
changed into the Dockerfile.
- Finished work on #19
- Network checks
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