[tor-project] Anti-censorship meeting notes, 22 April 2021
cohosh at torproject.org
Thu Apr 22 18:06:10 UTC 2021
Here are our meeting logs:
and our meeting pad:
Anti-censorship work meeting pad
Next meeting: Thursday April 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:
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:
Public bug-reporting pad:
https://pad.riseup.net/p/tor-anti-censorship-bugs-keep <-- we have
anonymous tickets handling now. Let's see which anti-censorship repos to
== Announcements ==
The Cure53 security audit of Turbo Tunnel is over.
is a resource leak found by the audit.
David is waiting on an upstream disclosure before publishing the
report, but there is nothing much to worry about regarding Snowflake.
== Discussion ==
Snowflake in Tor Browser 10.5 stable (mid June)?
Conclusion: yes, we're going to plan to ship Snowflake enabled in
Tor Browser 10.5. There are a list of things we should make sure we're
in a good position to monitor so we can know how it's going. And we
might shoot for a 'soft launch', i.e. put it in but ask the comms team
to not make such a big deal out of it quite yet.
== Actions ==
== Interesting links ==
== Reading group ==
We will discuss "Domain Shadowing: Leveraging Content Delivery
Networks for Robust Blocking-Resistant Communications" on April 29th
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.
cecylia (cohosh): last updated 2020-04-22
- talked to OONI about adding fallback dirs to tor test
- wrote a plaintext email template for our prometheus alert manager
- implemented a shim for Moat to parse client USERADDR (bridgedb#32276)
- finished draft report on Tor blocking in Belarus
- reviewed emma#4
- revised prometheus alerts for snowflake (snowflake#40024)
- upload scripts used for censorship-analysis#40002
- revise snowflake v2 API (snowflake#40036)
- use json for client-broker interaction (snowflake#29293)
- congestion logging patches for snowflake#40026
- install our snowflake app on android and try it out for a few days
- deploy moat shim
Needs help with:
- review of bridgedb#32276 (low priority)
- review of censorship-analysis#40002 (roger/gus)
- review of fixes to snowflake!32
- getting back up to speed
- follow ups to #33365
- start on #31201
- archived snowflake-webextension-0.5.4
- checked on probetest CPU usage
- opened an issue for a Snowflake resource leak found by the Turbo
Tunnel security audit
- opened an issue for a broken error check in the Snowflake server
- reviewed PT v2 API branch
- review of broker metrics export
-Been busy with university stuff for the last few weeks
-Work on bridgebox for rdsys
-More research on httpt #4
- Submitted MR for bridgestrap issue #14
- Finish bridgestrap #14
- Find new issue to work on
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