[HTTPS-Everywhere] Summary of weekly meetings
yan at eff.org
Fri Jun 13 14:30:35 PDT 2014
Thanks. Could you also send a short summary of work so far to tor-dev
(and CC https-everywhere)? Here is a good example:
This is sort-of required by
https://www.torproject.org/about/gsoc.html.en: "We will require students
to write public status report updates for our community, either by
blogging or sending mail to our mailing list." Technically the first one
was due on June 6, according to the schedule at
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/gsoc, but it looks
like many people are submitting them late. :)
I will update the Tor wiki with your project updates.
On 06/13/2014 12:40 PM, Red wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Yan suggested to me today during our meeting that I should probably
> start providing a weekly report to the mailing list detailing the work
> I'd done during that week. I've got notes from our meetings for the
> last five weeks, which I'll share here, and will begin writing those
> reports as of this coming week.
> Rather than pasting out the contents of my notes here, however, I'll
> package them up as an attachment.
> HTTPS-Everywhere mailing list
> HTTPS-Everywhere at lists.eff.org
Yan Zhu <yan at eff.org>, <yan at torproject.org>
Electronic Frontier Foundation https://www.eff.org
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