[tor-relays] A general question for relay operators

Kenneth Freeman kencf0618 at riseup.net
Fri Jun 29 00:17:28 UTC 2018

On 06/28/2018 01:19 AM, arisbe wrote:
> Hello George and all,
> When I was learning to implement Tor I had difficulty wading through the
> web pages for information.  Some pages were obsolete, some poorly
> maintained (think Tor flow or good/bad hosting companies).  The Tor
> manual is just a huge list of Tor terminology with no aids to help find
> things.  The Tor project site has no site map.  I still occasionally
> have the same problems when I try to find something.  I found this very
> discouraging as I tried to grow my first Tor node without a live person
> to help me.  I can imagine how daunting this would be to someone also
> trying to learn linux.
> Hey, thanks so much for asking.  I appreciate your interest.

While the official Tor site arguably needs a thorough resign, designing
a manifold manual for diverse interests and levels of ability AND threat
models is no easy task. It's the classic security/ease of use conundrum!

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