On Tue, Mar 06, 2018 at 06:06:21AM -0500, Anon Hyde wrote:
> I've poor slow english and apologize for any possible inaccuracies. Who is
This isn't related to your below question, and it's not related to Tor,
so this topic should be dropped.
"A shill, also called a plant or a stooge, is a person who publicly
helps or gives credibility to a person or organization without
disclosing that they have a close relationship with the person or
> I mean the Tor has better design for secure data exchange at this moment,
> and any "Talk" can be build on the onion at several days, even hours. It is
> a surprise me almost complete absence of special (using onion address)
> applications. Most famous the TorChat has last edited in 2012. Nobody needs
> something or what?
There is much need and want for more applications using onion services.
Yes, TorChat gained popularity (mostly due to its name) but it was never
a program the community was comfortable promoting or using. Recently,
Richocet has become a popular application for communicating. OnionShare
is also widely used. There are email providers using onion services, as
> I want to draw the community's attention to IPFS.io . This excellent
> technology could be used for the new Tor. Obviously, she has a strong lack
> of secrecy, for another hand for Tor would be very useful to get more
> properties of P2P. It would be great to combine them. On RAM-fs can work
> fast enough.
Indeed, IPFS is an interesting project. It gained support for using
onion services, too. The last comment is very important:
"We want to get all of IPFS and libp2p audited before we start
encouraging people to use it with TOR. Unfortunately, this will take a
Although it would've been nice if they correctly spelled Tor.
> if I would be have a copy of the file from another Tor-user, I do not need
> to go outside
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