[tor-talk] development interests
dgringo1 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 6 17:31:00 UTC 2013
I have opened the (personal) Pandora's Box of considering security, etc,
and I have been observing this list, so now I am keen for more myself
<blushing>. I have taken note of the recent postings re. distros -- much I
have historically considered -- but I have to concerning questions: 1) How
does Slackware stack-up (no pun intended) and 2) Having two Mac Minis
without a working CD/DVD, how can I burn a bootable USB device or
Any and all helpful comments welcome.
Offline, I am dgringo on gmail.youknowwhat
On 23 September 2013 20:24, David Green <dgringo1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, I am an Ex 'low-level' programmer (assembler, C and C++) of many
> years back -- well, nothing amazing -- officially some ~13 years ago, due
> to a head injury.
> As you might not know, a head injury is a programmer's career's sign of
> death -- I was not interested in tech-support, etc. I am fine, but
> obviously found it near impossible to fight my way back to any reasonable
> Enough of that (unless probed nicely :).
> I have -- for my own reasons -- stopped advancing my OS X machine's OS at
> Tiger. I enjoy working with it and doing my small-time programming. I
> have been exposed to 'tor' in the recent past and would really like to use
> it on my version of OS X.
> To that end, I would like to offer my efforts in attempting to fix tor or
> openssl or whatever is blocking tor from working on Tiger. If this is
> appealing to yourselves and I am successful, I would be interested in
> applying myself to other development work.
> David Green
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