[tor-relays-universities] Tor on Campus

grarpamp grarpamp at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 23:26:23 UTC 2014

On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 6:13 PM, April Glaser <april at eff.org> wrote:
> Also let us know if you're currently in process and
> facing road blocks.

One conversation with parties to an edu yielded that they had no
real working process for evaluating and accepting tertiary projects.

For example, the process did exist for faculty actively engaged in
bonafide research pursuant to paper production, licensing, etc. And
for students actively enrolled in a class which graded academic
projects for which writing code or learning sysadmin might be their

However if you were merely a student in the dorms, a janitor, office
or IT worker, faculty, or anyone else simply wishing to run a node
outside of the above business/academic progress, even if doing so
would earn public recognition and carry little risk or cost...

they had no particular process in place to execute on that, so it
didn't happen. And without process, examples of existing tertiary
(arbitrary) projects were denied as replication models for yours.

EFF/TOR might be able to assist those in that situation by providing
a page on forming a framework, and what that framework might look

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