[tor-relays] Bridge Operators - Heartbleed, Heartwarming, and Increased Help

Steve Snyder swsnyder at snydernet.net
Sat Apr 26 02:43:38 UTC 2014

On 04/24/2014 11:16 PM, Yawning Angel wrote:
> On Thu, 24 Apr 2014 20:00:53 -0400
> Steve Snyder <swsnyder at snydernet.net> wrote:
>> Let us know if/when obfsproxy runs on CentOS.
> It's broken?  If someone files a bug explaining what's broken about it,
> the chances of it working again will rise significantly.


Still true a year later.  You can have a obfs3 written in Python, or you 
can have a working RHEL6/CentOS6 system, but not both.

The obfs3 developers, of course, have every right to support the 
platforms of their choosing, and they owe nothing to RHEL/CentOS users.

That said, making it painful to use your software on a given platform 
will dissuade users of that platform from running your software.  Who 
knows, maybe the upcoming RHEL7 will make a perfect platform for the 
Python-based obfsproxy.  Today, though, not so much.

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