The idea is that this would be for smallish groups of non-technical
journalists / activists etc. Even though spinning up a tiny RPi server
image that accomplishes this would be easy for me, installing it and
setting it up would be close to impossible for most people. I want to make
something dead simple that requires zero configuration, and is "good
enough" for this use case. Of course it's not ideal, but I think bringing
the ability to host your own server to regular people is important.
On Tue, Aug 25, 2015 at 8:59 AM, Sam Whited <s...@samwhited.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 3:31 PM, Chris Ballinger
> <chrisballin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > The idea would be to use Tor's onion services (via Orbot) to provide
> > universal addressability, even when behind carrier grade NAT. Although it
> > might drop out occasionally if moved around, we'd recommend users get a
> > dedicated cheap device (Moto E?) and run it plugged in on-premesis with
> > disk encryption (4th amendment >>> cloud provider ToS).
> As opposed to just spinning up <your-distro-of-choice>, installing
> Tor, and just running it on that? It seems like you're just creating
> problems for yourself. A phone or tablet, even if plugged in, does not
> a server make.
> Sam Whited
> pub 4096R/54083AE104EA7AD3
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