[tor-talk] A Pluggable Transport based on i2p?

Kevin kevinsisco61784 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 00:19:39 UTC 2017

I disagree.  In today's climate, speed matters.

On 3/16/2017 5:48 PM, grarpamp wrote:
>>> Perhaps, but wouldn't that cause considerable lag?
>> Indeed! I can't imagine something better than 100Kb/s with that sort of setup.
> What is this silly idea that everything has to be fast to be useable
> for something or someone? Have you not seen even the second
> level of the onion deepweb yet... tor over tor?
> Philosophically
> You can torrent leech the latest pop shit over your leeto fiber connection.
> Or someone can email you a tiny Beethoven MIDI, or post you the songsheet.
> Or cue up a list of articles and come back tomorrow.
> You won't die waiting, go outside and play.
> Reliability is different... tweak your timeouts, keep your nodes up.
> So are anonymity and applications.
> Fast is a fine goal, but it isn't everything.

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