Karl Semich 0xloem at
Sun May 30 09:53:10 PDT 2021

Whenever you make a big project that threatens the major stuff, people come
in and mess it up, put others in powerful roles, send misleading
communications, adjust websites and dialogues to change public impact,
spend lots of money ... It's great to change that, but it's also just what

Tor's ability to leave functionality gaps hinges on its users being unable
to take advantage of them easily themselves.

But if you can go into a community and creatively lobby more effectively
than the people already do so, things change.  Revealing things repeatedly
can also help.

Thinking a little on an app that users could use that reveals tcp traffic
at a distance.  Maybe by measuring changes in torrent and other transfer
speeds?  It's a small statistic, but once something's significant it's
there to display.
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