Heya

I'd like to help too - able to test on debian stable and testing.

isabela at riseup.net:
>
> What we are asking volunteers:
>
>   * Validate release signature/checksum
>
>   * Does it build with _no_ Warnings?
>
>   * Does "make test" pass?
>
>   * Does "make test-network-all" pass? (you'll need chutney for this -
> chutney does not work on Windows)
>
>   * Does it work as a client? As a relay?  As a hidden service ?
>
>   * Does it work if you drop the binary into (eg) torpbrowser?
>
>
> We are hoping to find enough people that we can test the releases on as
> many OS's as possible.
> Some OS-specific notes:
>
>   * on Linux and BSD, Tor requires some dependencies (read INSTALL).
>
>   * on OS X, you'll need to choose a package manager (HomeBrew,
> MacPorts, Fink), or install dependencies from source,
>
>   * either way, you will need to tell configure where the dependencies
> are located.
>
>   * on Windows, people sometimes have trouble building Tor. Help us
> update our build instructions for Windows!
>
>
> Our goals:
>
>   * We hope to have tor alpha releases tested within a week of it going out
>
>   * We hope to have people testing it on as many OS's as possible
>
>   * Reduce the number of bugs found when we launch a release candidate
> and/or stable release
>
>   * We want operating systems and configurations other than the ones we
> use in development to get tested BEFORE we declare the release stable.
>
>

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