Transparency is key at all levels and on all topics.
Without transparency, Tor will end. It will be a slow degradation.
Tor will loose participants and funding slowly at all level and in all
Development will slow and eventually, it will fade.
And who benefits? Not Tor users.
If you wanted to destroy Tor, this is a perfect way to do it.
Create a separate mailing list if you want but all topics should be
free and open for conversation.
Openness and transparency is the life blood of Tor, without it, the project
Its just a matter of time.
On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 6:57 AM, Alec Muffett <alec.muff...@gmail.com>
> On 18 September 2016 at 04:30, grarpamp <grarp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > No it's not just you. Ever since Jakegate / Torgate Tor Project
> > Incorporated has seemingly enforced lockdown, censorship, and
> > comms hardening, beginning with their own silence and that of those
> > they control. A chilling effect.
> I think it's awesome, to the point where I've actually resubscribed.
> It's nice to have a maillist which is about the topic of Tor, rather than
> filled with conspiracy drama.
> Now maybe I can contribute without fear of being swamped in ad-hominem
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