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Fix for ticket #22609 from pastly

hiromipaw authored on04/12/2017 18:21:07
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 /Makefile.local
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 RewriteRule ^research(.*) https://research.torproject.org/ [R=301,L]
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 RewriteRule ^getinvolved/research(.*) https://research.torproject.org/ [R=301,L]
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+# Support
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+RewriteRule ^support(.*) https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/teams/CommunityTeam/Support [R=301,L]
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+
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+# Newsletter
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+RewriteRule ^newsletter(.*) https://newsletter.torproject.org [R=301,L]
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 # other (feel free to categorize)
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 RewriteRule ^people(.*) /about/corepeople$1 [R=301,L]
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 RewriteRule ^donate/$ https://donate.torproject.org [R=302,L]
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 # some external resources (the donate infrastructure in particular) and
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 RewriteRule ^donate-email(.*) https://donate.torproject.org/ [R=302,L]
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 # branch to your personal webwml repository, open a trac ticket in the
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-export STABLETAG=tor-0.3.0.8
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-export DEVTAG=tor-0.3.1.3-alpha
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+export STABLETAG=tor-0.3.1.9
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 HTMLFILES=$(shell perl -le 's,  (.*)/(.*).wml  ,        $$2.html.$$1    ,x, print $$_ for @ARGV' $(WMLFILES))
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 DEPFILES=$(shell perl -le 's,  (.*)/(.*).wml  ,  .deps/$$2.html.$$1.d  ,x, print $$_ for @ARGV' $(WMLFILES))
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 # How to contribute
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-Thanks for being interested to work on the website, I tried to make a simple 
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+Thanks for being interested to work on the website, I tried to make a simple
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 how-to for you to quickly get you setup:
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 __Step 1:__ Clone the git repo.
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-__Step 1b:__ Create a bare public repository (i.e on Github), where you'd push 
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+__Step 1b:__ Create a bare public repository (i.e on Github), where you'd push
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 your commits to. Make sure you're in `webwml` directory, and run:
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-__Step 3:__ Now you can start working on website and make changes. Once you're 
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-__Step 4:__ Open a new ticket on [trac](https://trac.torproject.org) with a 
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     fatal: Invalid object name 'tor-0.2.6.1-alpha'.
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+### Some information regarding working with minified CSS and JS sources
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+If you want to edit any of the CSS or JS sources, please bear in mind that the HTML uses the minified versions. We keep in the repository both versions side-to-side. Once you edit the original source make sure you generate the minified version again. Most editors have plugins to minify CSS and JS files. On Debian it is possible to install the yui-compressor package and use it as follows:
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+If you are wondering why is it "cool" to minify sources even though compression is used on the server, please consider that Minification can be well be used in combination with gzipping sources. Minification does a lot of additional things that compression doesn't do. During minification comments are removed, long variables are renamed to shorter variable names, etc. Transferred data can be significantly smaller after minification, than by simply compressing the original. Although this depends a lot on the original source, minifying helps with mobile browsers and slower connections.
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 ### More detailed instructions from Roger
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 Here are the instructions I sent David Fifield when he asked about
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+          <div class="name">Ramy Raoof</div>
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+          <div class="caps">Director</div>
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+            Ramy is a technologist and privacy and security researcher with a passion for free/open culture. He has provided and developed digital security plans and strategies for NGOs and members of the media, emergency response in cases of physical threats, support on publishing sensitive materials, secure systems for managing sensitive information, and operational plans for human rights emergency response teams, in Egypt and the MENA region. Most recently, Ramy has been volunteering with different NGOs and civil liberty groups in Central & South America, to enhance their privacy and security through means of behavioral change based on understanding surveillance and threat models in their own contexts and environments. Among different hats, Ramy is Senior Research Technologist at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), Research Fellow with Citizen Lab, and currently a volunteer visitor with Fundación Acceso assisting collectives and networks in Central America around infosec and activism. He is also an Internet Freedom Festival Fellow on security and privacy best practices. Ramy has received multiple international awards for his important work. Most recently, Ramy received the 2017 Heroes of Human Rights and Communications Surveillance from Access Now. 
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+          <div class="name">Julius Mittenzwei</div>
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+            Julius is a lawyer and internet activist with 19 years of leadership experience as an Executive Director and entrepreneur in the publishing industry. He is a longtime Tor advocate with a background in the Free Software movement and member of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC), one of the oldest hacker collectives in the world. Along with CCC, he has been running Tor nodes since 2005. As a lawyer, he has represented several Tor exit node operators accused of abuse. He holds a PhD in Copyright Law from LMU Munich. 
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     <li><a href="#support">Support</a></li>
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-          Project</a> and Tor on the Android platform in the form of
110
-          <a href="<page docs/android>">Orbot</a>. He also works on <a
111
-          href="https://guardianproject.info/apps/orlib/">OrLib</a>:
112
-          an Android library for Tor, and <a
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-          href="https://guardianproject.info/apps/orweb/">Orweb: A
114
-          privacy-enhanced mobile browser</a>.</dd>
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-          <dt>Aaron Gibson, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Used to develop OONI, and now works on Torflow.</dd>
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-          <dt>Dr. Ian Goldberg, Researcher</dt>
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-          <dd>Cryptographer, privacy expert,
121
-          and professor; one of the designers of <a
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-          href="https://otr.cypherpunks.ca/">Off-the-Record
123
-          Messaging</a>.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>David Goulet, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Onion services developer, core member of Tor development
127
-          team, and lead developer of Torsocks 2.0.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Allen Gunn, Tor Community Meetings</dt>
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-          <dd>Gunner co-organizes and helps lead the <a
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-          href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/meetings">Tor
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-          Dev Meetings</a>, and advises on Tor community matters.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Sebastian Hahn, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Helps people around the world use and understand
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-          Tor better. Generally helps everything run smoothly. Runs one
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-          of the directory authorities.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Serene Han, Developer</dt>
140
-          <dd>Develops Snowflake, a WebRTC-enabled Flash Proxy design.
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-          Part of the pluggable transport team.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>intrigeri, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Our main interface with the <a
145
-          href="https://tails.boum.org/">Tails</a> project.</dd>
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-          <dt>Isis, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Lead maintainer and developer on <a
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-          href="https://bridges.torproject.org/">BridgeDB</a>. Used to
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-          work on OONI.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>iwakeh, Metrics Researcher and Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Speaks Java and other languages, streamlines build processes, and
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-          scrutinizes mathematical concepts behind aggregating tons of Tor
155
-          network data.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Dr. Rob Jansen, Researcher</dt>
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-          <dd>Lead developer for <a
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-          href="https://shadow.cs.umn.edu/">Shadow</a>,
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-          a full Tor network simulator that he's using to help us understand
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-          and improve Tor network performance.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Dr. Aaron Johnson, Researcher</dt>
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-          <dd>Works on understanding diversity and trust
165
-          in Tor network locations. See for example the <a
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-          href="http://freehaven.net/anonbib/#ccs2013-usersrouted">CCS
167
-          2013</a> paper.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Damian Johnson, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Author of <a href="https://www.atagar.com/arm/">arm</a>,
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-          a command-line application that provides
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-          real-time status information for Tor relays, and <a
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-          href="https://stem.torproject.org/">Stem</a>, a controller
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-          library for interacting with Tor.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>asn, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Onion services developer, core member of Tor development
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-          team, Obfsproxy developer, and researcher on bridge scanning
179
-          resistance.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Georg Koppen, Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Works on Tor Browser, Torbutton, and our build
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-          automation.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Kate Krauss, Director of Communications and Public Policy</dt>
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-          <dd>Plans Tor's communications strategy and evaluates Tor's
187
-          possible role in pubic discussions about Tor-related issues.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Jens Kubieziel, Sysadmin</dt>
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-          <dd>Helps keep our core infrastructure going.</dd>
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-
192
-          <dt>Linda Lee, UX team lead</dt>
193
-          <dd></dd>
194
-
195
-          <dt>Pepijn Le Heux, Advocate</dt>
196
-          <dd>Tireless advocate and Tor enthusiast in the Netherlands.</dd>
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-
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-          <dt>Andreas Lehner, Advocate</dt>
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-          <dd>Operates a directory authority in Germany with the CCC,
200
-          and does talks and discussions in support of privacy around
201
-          Europe.</dd>
202
-
203
-          <dt>Israel Leiva, Developer</dt>
204
-          <dd>Develops <a
205
-          href="https://www.torproject.org/projects/gettor">GetTor</a>,
206
-          a service that provides alternative methods to download Tor
207
-          Browser.</dd>
208
-
209
-          <dt>Dr. Karsten Loesing, Lead Metrics Researcher and Developer</dt>
210
-          <dd>Primary researcher and developer into
211
-          <a href="https://metrics.torproject.org/">anonymous metrics</a>
212
-          which started as a National Science Foundation grant.</dd>
213
-
214
-          <dt>Lunar</dt>
215
-          <dd>Originally helped lead the support team,
216
-          Debian packaging, and Tor Weekly News issues. Now working on
217
-          <a href="https://reproducible-builds.org/">Reproducible
218
-          Builds</a>.</dd>
219
-
220
-          <dt>Ximin Luo</dt>
221
-          <dd>Helps with Debian packaging.</dd>
222
-
223
-          <dt>Alison Macrina, Advocate</dt>
224
-          <dd>Leads the <a
225
-          href="https://libraryfreedomproject.org/">Library Freedom
226
-          Project</a>: helps the world understand the value of Tor,
227
-          and also helps strengthen the network with exit relays at
228
-          libraries.</dd>
229
-
230
-          <dt>Nick Mathewson, Chief Architect and Vice President</dt>
231
-          <dd>One of the three original designers of Tor&mdash;does a lot
232
-          of the ongoing design work, and coordinates and leads ongoing
233
-          development.</dd>
234
-
235
-          <dt>meejah, Developer</dt>
236
-          <dd>Author of <a
237
-          href="https://github.com/meejah/txtorcon">txtorcon</a>, a Tor
238
-          controller library in Twisted.</dd>
239
-
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-          <dt>Ondrej Mikle</dt>
241
-          <dd>Maintains our RPM packages.</dd>
242
-
243
-          <dt>Julius Mittenzwei</dt>
244
-          <dd>Germany-based lawyer and Internet activist.</dd>
245
-
246
-          <dt>Dr. Steven Murdoch, Researcher and Developer</dt>
247
-          <dd>Researcher at University College London who works
248
-          on security, performance, and usability of Tor. Original creator
249
-          of the <a href="<page projects/torbrowser>">Tor Browser
250
-          Bundle</a> (now just called Tor Browser). You can find
251
-          out more about his work on his
252
-          <a href="http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/s.murdoch/">professional
253
-          website</a>.</dd>
254
-
255
-          <dt>Linus Nordberg, Advocate, Developer</dt>
256
-          <dd>Swedish advocate for Tor, anonymous communications
257
-          research. Works on implementing IPv6 in Tor, and helps with
258
-          build automation.  Runs one of the directory authorities.</dd>
259
-
260
-          <dt>Donncha O'Cearbhaill, Developer</dt>
261
-          <dd>Onion services developer, OnionBalance developer,
262
-          hunter of bad relays.</dd>
263
-
264
-          <dt>Peter Palfrader, Sysadmin and Developer</dt>
265
-          <dd>Manages the Debian packages, runs one of the directory
266
-          authorities, and generally helps out a lot.</dd>
267
-
268
-          <dt>Brad Parker, Chief Financial and Grants Officer</dt>
269
-          <dd></dd>
270
-
271
-          <dt>Mike Perry, Tor Browser and Tor Performance
272
-          Developer</dt> <dd>Lead developer on Tor Browser, developer
273
-          of <a href="<page docs/torbutton/index>">Torbutton</a>, author of <a
274
-          href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/torflow.git/tree/README">TorFlow</a>.</dd>
275
-
276
-          <dt>Fabio Pietrosanti, Advocate and Developer</dt>
277
-          <dd>Originally involved with Tor2Web, and is now our connection
278
-          to the Globaleaks project.</dd>
279
-
280
-          <dt>Amogh Pradeep, Developer</dt>
281
-          <dd>Leads the development of <a
282
-          href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.guardianproject.orfox">Orfox</a>,
283
-          which is shaping up to be the Tor Browser equivalent for
284
-          Android.</dd>
285
-
286
-          <dt>Silvia Puglisi, Services Hacker</dt>
287
-          <dd>Services admin, metrics team contributor, and generally helping
288
-          picking up tasks around.</dd>
289
-
290
-          <dt>Sina Rabbani, Advocate</dt>
291
-          <dd>Does trainings and outreach. Runs one of the directory
292
-          authorities.</dd>
293
-
294
-          <dt>Tom Ritter, Developer</dt>
295
-          <dd>Maintains <a
296
-          href="https://consensus-health.torproject.org/">Consensus
297
-          Health</a> and runs one of the bandwidth authorities.</dd>
298
-
299
-          <dt>Leif Ryge, Developer</dt>
300
-          <dd>Works on security analysis, designer of "bananaphone"
301
-          transport, and part of the pluggable transports team.</dd>
302
-
303
-          <dt>Jon Selon, Administrative Manager</dt>
304
-          <dd>General administrative tasks, event coordination, donor management,
305
-          swag management.</dd>
306
-
307
-          <dt>Wendy Seltzer</dt>
308
-          <dd>Lawyer, cyberlaw professor, and founder of <a
309
-          href="http://chillingeffects.org/">ChillingEffects.org</a>.</dd>
310
-
311
-          <dt>Sukhbir Singh, Developer</dt>
312
-          <dd>Develops and maintains TorBirdy (Torbutton for Thunderbird).
313
-          Rewrote and maintains Gettor. Working on <a
314
-          href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorMessenger">Tor
315
-          Messenger</a>.</dd>
316
-
317
-          <dt>Mark Smith, Developer</dt>
318
-          <dd>Part of the Tor Browser team &mdash; develops
319
-          and maintains Tor Launcher and Torbutton.</dd>
320
-
321
-          <dt>David Stainton, Developer</dt>
322
-          <dd>David contributes code to txtorcon (onion service
323
-          endpoint), authored roflcopter (tor control port filter
324
-          daemon) and HoneyBadger (TCP injection attack detector). He
325
-          also analyzes the Tor network for attacks.</dd>
326
-
327
-          <dt>Shari Steele, Executive Director</dt>
328
-          <dd>Shari comes to the Tor Project with more than 22 years
329
-          of experience fighting for Internet freedom at the
330
-          <a href="https://www.eff.org/">Electronic Frontier
331
-          Foundation</a> (EFF), a nonprofit civil liberties
332
-          organization working for digital rights.  Shari started out
333
-          as a staff attorney at EFF and worked her way up to the
334
-          executive director job. She currently serves on EFF's board.</dd>
335
-
336
-          <dt>Dr. Paul Syverson, Researcher</dt>
337
-          <dd>Inventor of <a href="http://www.onion-router.net/">Onion
338
-          Routing</a>, original designer of Tor along with Roger and
339
-          Nick, and project leader for original design, development,
340
-          and deployment of Tor. Currently helps out with research
341
-          and design.</dd>
342
-
343
-          <dt>Noel David Torres Taño</dt>
344
-          <dd>Spanish translator; helps answer all the users who contact
345
-          the support desk.</dd>
346
-
347
-          <dt>Rabbi Rob Thomas</dt>
348
-          <dd>Shares his experience with smoothly running non-profits, and
349
-          also serves as our Internet governance bureaucracy guru.</dd>
350
-
351
-          <dt>Juris Vetra</dt>
352
-          <dd>Helps run torservers.net, and also volunteers distributing
353
-          Tor shirts and other swag.</dd>
354
-
355
-          <dt>Nicolas Vigier, Developer</dt>
356
-          <dd>Working on build automation, particularly around the Tor
357
-          Browser.</dd>
358
-
359
-          <dt>Tim Wilson-Brown, Developer, Researcher</dt>
360
-          <dd>Onion services developer, and core member of Tor
361
-          development team. Researches Tor network measurement and onion
362
-          service scalability.</dd>
363
-
364
-          <dt>Philipp Winter, Researcher</dt>
365
-          <dd>Understands how to manipulate and circumvent Tor network
366
-          censorship attempts. Main developer of <a
367
-          href="http://www.cs.kau.se/philwint/scramblesuit/">ScrambleSuit</a>,
368
-          and part of the pluggable transports team. Post-doc at
369
-          Princeton.</dd>
370
-
371
-          <dt>Erin Wyatt, HR Manager</dt>
372
-          <dd>Employee benefits, policy questions, and baked goods.</dd>
373
-
374
-          <dt>Yawning Angel, Developer</dt>
375
-          <dd>Lead developer on obfs4proxy and other pluggable transports.
376
-          Part of the pluggable transports team.</dd>
377
-
378
-</dl>
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+
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+<table class="people">
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+  <tr>
17
+    <td>
18
+      <a id="ohmygodel"></a>
19
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ohmygodel.png" alt="ohmygodel" /></div>
20
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/ohmygodel"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
21
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/ohmygodel.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
22
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ohmygodel">Aaron Johnson</a></div>
23
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> ohmygodel</div>
24
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://www.nrl.navy.mil/">NRL</a> researcher in applied cryptography with an interest in Tor’s security and privacy.</div>
25
+    </td>
26
+
27
+    <td>
28
+      <a id="ahf"></a>
29
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
30
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/ahfaeroey"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
31
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=FDB16F45A477B314E87432EC61A208E16E7CB435"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
32
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ahf">Alexander Færøy</a></div>
33
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> ahf</div>
34
+      <div class="description">Works on core Tor development.</div>
35
+    </td>
36
+  </tr>
37
+
38
+  <tr>
39
+    <td>
40
+      <a id="flexlibris"></a>
41
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/flexlibris.png" alt="flexlibris" title="Photo taken by Nima Fatemi" /></div>
42
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/flexlibris"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
43
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=FBF0E7DB1433018EE52D0DDA9FC34089CBE83CA3"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
44
+      <div class="name"><a href="#flexlibris">Alison Macrina</a></div>
45
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> flexlibris</div>
46
+      <div class="description">Leads the <a href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/teams/CommunityTeam">Community Team</a> and <a href="https://libraryfreedomproject.org">Library Freedom Project</a>. Works on support, outreach, and training.</div>
47
+    </td>
48
+
49
+    <td>
50
+      <a id="gunner"></a>
51
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/gunner.png" alt="gunner" /></div>
52
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/allengunn"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
53
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/gunner.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
54
+      <div class="name"><a href="#gunner">Allen Gunn</a></div>
55
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> gunner</div>
56
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://aspirationtech.org/about/people/gunner">Executive Director of Aspiration</a>, where he works with NGOs, activists, and human rights groups. Meeting facilitator and member of Tor's Community Council.</div>
57
+    </td>
58
+  </tr>
59
+
60
+  <tr>
61
+    <td>
62
+      <a id="andreas"></a>
63
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
64
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/andreas.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
65
+      <div class="name"><a href="#andreas">Andreas Lehner</a></div>
66
+      <div class="description">Works at the intersection of security, privacy, data integrity and anonymity both in politics and technology.</div>
67
+    </td>
68
+
69
+    <td>
70
+      <a id="antonela"></a>
71
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/antonela.png" alt="antonela" /></div>
72
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/holantonela"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
73
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/antonela.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
74
+      <div class="name"><a href="#antonela">Antonela Debiasi</a></div>
75
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> antonela</div>
76
+      <div class="description">Designer working with the UX team. Making Tor usable for everyone.</div>
77
+    </td>
78
+  </tr>
79
+
80
+  <tr>
81
+    <td>
82
+      <a id="arlolra"></a>
83
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/arlolra.png" alt="arlolra" /></div>
84
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/arlolra"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
85
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=4797E7E1069D84AC4040797A5E3A93B4D4DDCD8B"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
86
+      <div class="name"><a href="#arlolra">Arlo Breault</a></div>
87
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> arlolra</div>
88
+      <div class="description">Developer for Snowflake, Tor Messenger, and Check.</div>
89
+    </td>
90
+
91
+    <td>
92
+      <a id="arthuredelstein"></a>
93
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/arthuredelstein.png" alt="arthuredelstein" /></div>
94
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=20B24CEFE6AFD6150B6A6F18D752F538C0D38C3A"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
95
+      <div class="name"><a href="#arthuredelstein">Arthur Edelstein</a></div>
96
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> arthuredelstein</div>
97
+      <div class="description">Works on Tor Browser.</div>
98
+    </td>
99
+  </tr>
100
+
101
+  <tr>
102
+    <td>
103
+      <a id="hellais"></a>
104
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/hellais.png" alt="hellais" /></div>
105
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/hellais"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
106
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=67EF3966509986E96ACEE84E5D67CD18702287F4"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
107
+      <div class="name"><a href="#hellais">Arturo Filastò</a></div>
108
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> hellais</div>
109
+      <div class="description">Project leader for <a href="https://ooni.torproject.org/">OONI</a>, has helped with <a href="http://tor2web.org/">tor2web</a>, wrote <a href="https://atlas.torproject.org/">Atlas</a>, and helps improve security.</div>
110
+    </td>
111
+
112
+    <td>
113
+      <a id="bparker"></a>
114
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/bparker.png" alt="bparker" /></div>
115
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/bparker.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
116
+      <div class="name"><a href="#bparker">Brad Parker</a></div>
117
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> bparker</div>
118
+      <div class="description">Chief financial &amp; grants officer at the Tor Project.</div>
119
+    </td>
120
+  </tr>
121
+
122
+  <tr>
123
+    <td>
124
+      <a id="brade"></a>
125
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
126
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=F711FA29D61F88CE6879BAD0D91A345E56B01B25"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
127
+      <div class="name"><a href="#brade">brade</a></div>
128
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> brade</div>
129
+      <div class="description">Developer on the Tor Browser team.</div>
130
+    </td>
131
+
132
+    <td>
133
+      <a id="komlo"></a>
134
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/komlo.png" alt="komlo" /></div>
135
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/chelseakomlo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
136
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=8B58FBCA50A4900BA3C5FE841138332F98B52EE7"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
137
+      <div class="name"><a href="#komlo">Chelsea Komlo</a></div>
138
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> komlo</div>
139
+      <div class="description">Chelsea is a software/security engineer and contributes to core tor.</div>
140
+    </td>
141
+  </tr>
142
+
143
+  <tr>
144
+    <td>
145
+      <a id="cindy"></a>
146
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/cindy.png" alt="cindy" /></div>
147
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://www.eff.org/files/key_cindy.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
148
+      <div class="name"><a href="#cindy">Cindy Cohn</a></div>
149
+      <div class="description">Tor Board member and <a href="https://www.eff.org/about/staff/cindy-cohn">Executive Director of the EFF</a>. Lawyer by training, <a href="https://blog.torproject.org/blog/tor-heart-notes-board-member">my focus</a> is on making sure Tor stays available and that Tor users stay safe.</div>
150
+    </td>
151
+
152
+    <td>
153
+      <a id="Phoul"></a>
154
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/phoul.png" alt="phoul" /></div>
155
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/Phoul"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
156
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=726824BE9D8D5CF009C5F039FF9D1C57779FB883"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
157
+      <div class="name"><a href="#Phoul">Colin Childs</a></div>
158
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> Phoul</div>
159
+      <div class="description">Support and translation coordinator, GSoC administrator, member of the community team and a director of <a href="https://www.coldhak.ca">Coldhak</a>.</div>
160
+    </td>
161
+  </tr>
162
+
163
+  <tr>
164
+    <td>
165
+      <a id="atagar"></a>
166
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/atagar.png" alt="atagar" /></div>
167
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=68278CC5DD2D1E85C4E45AD90445B7AB9ABBEEC6"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
168
+      <div class="name"><a href="#atagar">Damian Johnson</a></div>
169
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> atagar</div>
170
+      <div class="description">Author of the <a href="https://stem.torproject.org/">Stem</a> python controller library and <a href="https://nyx.torproject.org/">Nyx</a> relay monitor.</div>
171
+    </td>
172
+
173
+    <td>
174
+      <a id="dgoulet"></a>
175
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/dgoulet.png" alt="dgoulet" /></div>
176
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=B74417EDDF22AC9F9E90F49142E86A2A11F48D36"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
177
+      <div class="name"><a href="#dgoulet">David Goulet</a></div>
178
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> dgoulet</div>
179
+      <div class="description">Tor development team focusing on onion services and our torsocks maintainer.</div>
180
+    </td>
181
+  </tr>
182
+
183
+  <tr>
184
+    <td>
185
+      <a id="dawuud"></a>
186
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/dawuud.png" alt="dawuud" /></div>
187
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/david415"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
188
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/dawuud.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
189
+      <div class="name"><a href="#dawuud">David Stainton</a></div>
190
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> dawuud</div>
191
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://github.com/david415/">Author of roflcoptor and honeybadger</a>. Researches mixnets and contributes to txtorcon.</div>
192
+    </td>
193
+
194
+    <td>
195
+      <a id="DonnchaC"></a>
196
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/donnchac.png" alt="donnchac" /></div>
197
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/DonnchaC"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
198
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/donnchac.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
199
+      <div class="name"><a href="#DonnchaC">Donncha O'Cearbhaill</a></div>
200
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> DonnchaC</div>
201
+      <div class="description">Onion services developer, OnionBalance developer, hunter of bad relays.</div>
202
+    </td>
203
+  </tr>
204
+
205
+  <tr>
206
+    <td>
207
+      <a id="ewyatt"></a>
208
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ewyatt.png" alt="ewyatt" /></div>
209
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/ewyatt.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
210
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ewyatt">Erin Wyatt</a></div>
211
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> ewyatt</div>
212
+      <div class="description">Non-technical switchboard for people-related things: recruiting, onboarding, benefits, contracts, TPI policy questions, and baked goods.</div>
213
+    </td>
214
+
215
+    <td>
216
+      <a id="biella"></a>
217
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/biella.png" alt="biella" /></div>
218
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/BiellaColeman"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
219
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/biella.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
220
+      <div class="name"><a href="#biella">Gabriella Coleman</a></div>
221
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> biella</div>
222
+      <div class="description"><a href="http://gabriellacoleman.org/">Anthropologist</a> and Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy at McGill University.</div>
223
+    </td>
224
+  </tr>
225
+
226
+  <tr>
227
+    <td>
228
+      <a id="gman999"></a>
229
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
230
+      <div class="name"><a href="#gman999">George</a></div>
231
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> gman999</div>
232
+      <div class="description">Tor BSD Diversity Project member, long-time relay operator, trainer.</div>
233
+    </td>
234
+
235
+    <td>
236
+      <a id="GeKo"></a>
237
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
238
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=35CD74C24A9B15A19E1A81A194373AA94B7C3223"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
239
+      <div class="name"><a href="#GeKo">Georg Koppen</a></div>
240
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> GeKo</div>
241
+      <div class="description">Currently lead of the Tor Browser team.</div>
242
+    </td>
243
+  </tr>
244
+
245
+  <tr>
246
+    <td>
247
+      <a id="asn"></a>
248
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/asn.png" alt="asn" /></div>
249
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=13C81580203AE18BB7C0424E09CC7F5315F271D9"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
250
+      <div class="name"><a href="#asn">George Kadianakis</a></div>
251
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> asn</div>
252
+      <div class="description">Onion services. Security analysis. Used to obfsproxy. Follower of the onion.</div>
253
+    </td>
254
+
255
+    <td>
256
+      <a id="saint"></a>
257
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/saint.png" alt="saint" /></div>
258
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/abditum"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
259
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=879BDA5BF6B27B6127450A2503CF4A0AB3C79A63"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
260
+      <div class="name"><a href="#saint">Griffin Boyce</a></div>
261
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> saint</div>
262
+      <div class="description">Tamper-resistant software distribution, censorship detection, <a href="https://github.com/glamrock/cupcake">Cupcake</a>, and security training of activists and domestic violence survivors.</div>
263
+    </td>
264
+  </tr>
265
+
266
+  <tr>
267
+    <td>
268
+      <a id="irl"></a>
269
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/irl.png" alt="irl" /></div>
270
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/iainlearmonth"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
271
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=A8F7BA5041E133339CBA169676D58093F540ABCD"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
272
+      <div class="name"><a href="#irl">Iain Learmonth</a></div>
273
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> irl</div>
274
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://metrics.torproject.org">Metrics team member</a> and maintainer of <a href="https://atlas.torproject.org/">Atlas</a>.</div>
275
+    </td>
276
+
277
+    <td>
278
+      <a id="ian"></a>
279
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ian.png" alt="ian" /></div>
280
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/ian.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
281
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ian">Ian Goldberg</a></div>
282
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~iang/">Professor of CS</a> at the <a href="https://uwaterloo.ca/">University of Waterloo</a>, developing <a href="https://otr.cypherpunks.ca/">Off-the-Record Messaging</a> among other things.</div>
283
+    </td>
284
+  </tr>
285
+
286
+  <tr>
287
+    <td>
288
+      <a id="intrigeri"></a>
289
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
290
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://gaffer.ptitcanardnoir.org/intrigeri/contact/"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
291
+      <div class="name"><a href="#intrigeri">intrigeri</a></div>
292
+      <div class="description">Our main interface with the <a href="https://tails.boum.org/">Tails</a> project.</div>
293
+    </td>
294
+
295
+    <td>
296
+      <a id="isabela"></a>
297
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/isabela.png" alt="isabela" /></div>
298
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/isa"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
299
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=8F2AF9B6D4A14D03FDF1B2983224499415064C7B"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
300
+      <div class="name"><a href="#isabela">Isabela Bagueros</a></div>
301
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> isabela</div>
302
+      <div class="description">Coordinates Tor's development teams and roadmaps. Keeps track of priorities, and ensures Tor always thinks of the &quot;user first&quot;.</div>
303
+    </td>
304
+  </tr>
305
+
306
+  <tr>
307
+    <td>
308
+      <a id="isis"></a>
309
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/isis.png" alt="isis" /></div>
310
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/isislovecruft"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
311
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://fyb.patternsinthevoid.net/isis.html"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
312
+      <div class="name"><a href="#isis">Isis Lovecruft</a></div>
313
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> isis</div>
314
+      <div class="description">Tor developer working on censorship circumvention, <a href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/bridgedb.git">BridgeDB</a>, and cryptographic research, design, and implementations.</div>
315
+    </td>
316
+
317
+    <td>
318
+      <a id="ilv"></a>
319
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ilv.png" alt="ilv" /></div>
320
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=53927C25AAF14FBBCAFABDA3A456E2CE540BFC0E"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
321
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ilv">Israel Leiva</a></div>
322
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> ilv</div>
323
+      <div class="description">Rewrote the <a href="https://gettor.torproject.org">GetTor</a> service. Volunteer on the <a href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/teams/CommunityTeam">Community Team</a>, focused on Latin America. Works in <a href="https://www.derechosdigitales.org">Derechos Digitales</a>.</div>
324
+    </td>
325
+  </tr>
326
+
327
+  <tr>
328
+    <td>
329
+      <a id="iwakeh"></a>
330
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
331
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=B788B36768B69B4DD8E1F69E75256C22E303259C"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
332
+      <div class="name"><a href="#iwakeh">iwakeh</a></div>
333
+      <div class="description">Speaks Java and other languages, streamlines build processes, and scrutinizes mathematical concepts behind aggregating tons of Tor network data.</div>
334
+    </td>
335
+
336
+    <td>
337
+      <a id="redshiftzero"></a>
338
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/redshiftzero.png" alt="redshiftzero" /></div>
339
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/redshiftzero"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
340
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/redshiftzero.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
341
+      <div class="name"><a href="#redshiftzero">Jennifer Helsby</a></div>
342
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> redshiftzero</div>
343
+      <div class="description">Lead developer of the <a href="https://securedrop.org/">SecureDrop</a> whistleblower platform based at the <a href="https://freedom.press/">Freedom of the Press Foundation</a>.</div>
344
+    </td>
345
+  </tr>
346
+
347
+  <tr>
348
+    <td>
349
+      <a id="qbi"></a>
350
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
351
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/qbi"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
352
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=60D85B8D9A1CD2D1355EBE9F65B3F094EA3E4D61"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
353
+      <div class="name"><a href="#qbi">Jens Kubieziel</a></div>
354
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> qbi</div>
355
+      <div class="description">Volunteer that helped translate the website, is part of TorServers.net, and Tor's sysadmin team.</div>
356
+    </td>
357
+
358
+    <td>
359
+      <a id="jselon"></a>
360
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/jselon.png" alt="jselon" /></div>
361
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/jselon.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
362
+      <div class="name"><a href="#jselon">Jon Selon</a></div>
363
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> jselon</div>
364
+      <div class="description">Event Coordination, donor management, general office operations.</div>
365
+    </td>
366
+  </tr>
367
+
368
+  <tr>
369
+    <td>
370
+      <a id="julius"></a>
371
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
372
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/mittenzwei"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
373
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/julius.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
374
+      <div class="name"><a href="#julius">Julius Mittenzwei</a></div>
375
+      <div class="description">Germany-based lawyer and Internet activist.</div>
376
+    </td>
377
+
378
+    <td>
379
+      <a id="juris"></a>
380
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
381
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/juris.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
382
+      <div class="name"><a href="#juris">Juris Vetra</a></div>
383
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> juris</div>
384
+      <div class="description">Board member of torservers.net.</div>
385
+    </td>
386
+  </tr>
387
+
388
+  <tr>
389
+    <td>
390
+      <a id="karsten"></a>
391
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/karsten.png" alt="karsten" /></div>
392
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=0CC8157C2578EEE92B0745D64EFD4FDC3F46D41E"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
393
+      <div class="name"><a href="#karsten">Karsten Loesing</a></div>
394
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> karsten</div>
395
+      <div class="description">Primary researcher and developer into <a href="https://metrics.torproject.org/">anonymous metrics</a> which started as a National Science Foundation grant.</div>
396
+    </td>
397
+
398
+    <td>
399
+      <a id="kat5"></a>
400
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/kat5.png" alt="kat5" /></div>
401
+      <div class="name"><a href="#kat5">Kat</a></div>
402
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> kat5</div>
403
+      <div class="description">Volunteer on the Community Team. Helps with t-shirts for relay operators and other odds and ends.</div>
404
+    </td>
405
+  </tr>
406
+
407
+  <tr>
408
+    <td>
409
+      <a id="ailanthus"></a>
410
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ailanthus.png" alt="ailanthus" /></div>
411
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/aidspol"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
412
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=7C91C7C864A1CA45350E026ECD3AAD80EBBEF554"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
413
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ailanthus">Kate Krauss</a></div>
414
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> ailanthus</div>
415
+      <div class="description">Writes about Tor in mainstream and technical publications and conducts community workshops to teach people about Tor.</div>
416
+    </td>
417
+
418
+    <td>
419
+      <a id="leif"></a>
420
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
421
+      <div class="name"><a href="#leif">Leif Ryge</a></div>
422
+      <div class="description">Works on security analysis, designer of &quot;bananaphone&quot; transport.</div>
423
+    </td>
424
+  </tr>
425
+
426
+  <tr>
427
+    <td>
428
+      <a id="linda"></a>
429
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/linda.png" alt="linda" /></div>
430
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=FA0AC9BE2881B3479F4FC0D7BE70F8265ED28FA2"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
431
+      <div class="name"><a href="#linda">Linda Lee</a></div>
432
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> linda</div>
433
+      <div class="description">UX team lead.</div>
434
+    </td>
435
+
436
+    <td>
437
+      <a id="ln5"></a>
438
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ln5.png" alt="ln5" /></div>
439
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/ln4711"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
440
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=8C4CD511095E982EB0EFBFA21E8BF34923291265"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
441
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ln5">Linus Nordberg</a></div>
442
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> ln5</div>
443
+      <div class="description">Swedish advocate and Tor Board member. Works on implementing IPv6 in Tor, build automation, and runs a directory authority.</div>
444
+    </td>
445
+  </tr>
446
+
447
+  <tr>
448
+    <td>
449
+      <a id="agrabeli"></a>
450
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/agrabeli.png" alt="agrabeli" /></div>
451
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/agrabeli_"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
452
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/agrabeli.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
453
+      <div class="name"><a href="#agrabeli">Maria Xynou</a></div>
454
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> agrabeli</div>
455
+      <div class="description">Maria manages OONI's Partnership Program and writes research reports on internet censorship around the world.</div>
456
+    </td>
457
+
458
+    <td>
459
+      <a id="mcs"></a>
460
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/mcs.png" alt="mcs" /></div>
461
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=2602B0DD0EB238CCE037196A0E36124F8E990F6E"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
462
+      <div class="name"><a href="#mcs">Mark Smith</a></div>
463
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> mcs</div>
464
+      <div class="description">Developer on the Tor Browser team.</div>
465
+    </td>
466
+  </tr>
467
+
468
+  <tr>
469
+    <td>
470
+      <a id="matt"></a>
471
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
472
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/mattblaze"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
473
+      <div class="name"><a href="#matt">Matt Blaze</a></div>
474
+      <div class="description">Chairs the Tor Board of Directors. Professor at the University of Pennsylvania where he researches security, privacy, and anonymity.</div>
475
+    </td>
476
+
477
+    <td>
478
+      <a id="pastly"></a>
479
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/pastly.png" alt="pastly" /></div>
480
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=B7E105FC4E6D9377F89CBA4C83BCA95294FBBB0A"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
481
+      <div class="name"><a href="#pastly">Matt Traudt</a></div>
482
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> pastly</div>
483
+      <div class="description"><a href="http://mattttttssi4lhud.onion/">Implemented</a> the <a href="http://www.robgjansen.com/publications/kist-sec2014.pdf">KIST scheduler</a> into Tor. Helps safely measure Tor. Says helpful things on IRC.</div>
484
+    </td>
485
+  </tr>
486
+
487
+  <tr>
488
+    <td>
489
+      <a id="sysrqb"></a>
490
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
491
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/mfinkel"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
492
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=CE1782624600EE98764C6D9CCB8FC772D1AA1D30"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
493
+      <div class="name"><a href="#sysrqb">Matthew Finkel</a></div>
494
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> sysrqb</div>
495
+      <div class="description">Worked on tor, torsocks, and many other projects. Helped maintain and develop BridgeDB.</div>
496
+    </td>
497
+
498
+    <td>
499
+      <a id="meejah"></a>
500
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/meejah.png" alt="meejah" /></div>
501
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/meejah"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
502
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://meejah.ca/meejah.asc"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
503
+      <div class="name"><a href="#meejah">meejah</a></div>
504
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> meejah</div>
505
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://meejah.ca">Author</a> of <a href="https://github.com/meejah/txtorcon">txtorcon</a>, <a href="https://github.com/meejah/carml">carml</a> and other Tor Python tools including some for bad-relay hunting.</div>
506
+    </td>
507
+  </tr>
508
+
509
+  <tr>
510
+    <td>
511
+      <a id="mtigas"></a>
512
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/mtigas.png" alt="mtigas" /></div>
513
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/mtigas"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
514
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://mike.tig.as/pubkey_6E0E9923.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
515
+      <div class="name"><a href="#mtigas">Mike Tigas</a></div>
516
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> mtigas</div>
517
+      <div class="description">Works on <a href="https://mike.tig.as/onionbrowser/">Onion Browser</a>, iOS, and hacker-journalist at <a href="https://www.propublica.org/">ProPublica</a> running their <a href="https://www.propub3r6espa33w.onion/">onion service</a>.</div>
518
+    </td>
519
+
520
+    <td>
521
+      <a id="moritz"></a>
522
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/moritz.png" alt="moritz" /></div>
523
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/gamamb"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
524
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/moritz.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
525
+      <div class="name"><a href="#moritz">Moritz Bartl</a></div>
526
+      <div class="description">Co-founder of <a href="https://www.torservers.net/">torservers.net</a>, a network of non-profit organizations that run Tor exit relays.</div>
527
+    </td>
528
+  </tr>
529
+
530
+  <tr>
531
+    <td>
532
+      <a id="n8fr8"></a>
533
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/n8fr8.png" alt="n8fr8" /></div>
534
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/n8fr8"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
535
+      <div class="name"><a href="#n8fr8">Nathan Freitas</a></div>
536
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> n8fr8</div>
537
+      <div class="description">Founder of the <a href="https://guardianproject.info/">Guardian Project</a>. Orbot lead developer and contributor to Orfox, Onion Browser and NetCipher SDK. Director of Technology at Tibet Action Institute.</div>
538
+    </td>
539
+
540
+    <td>
541
+      <a id="nickhopper"></a>
542
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/nickhopper.png" alt="nickhopper" /></div>
543
+      <div class="name"><a href="#nickhopper">Nick Hopper</a></div>
544
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> nickhopper</div>
545
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://www-users.cs.umn.edu/~hopper/">Researcher</a> interested in improving Tor's performance and resistance to traffic analysis. Some of my work is described <a href="https://www-users.cs.umn.edu/~hopper/research.html">here</a>.</div>
546
+    </td>
547
+  </tr>
548
+
549
+  <tr>
550
+    <td>
551
+      <a id="nickm"></a>
552
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/nickm.png" alt="nickm" /></div>
553
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/nickm_tor"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
554
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=2133BC600AB133E1D826D173FE43009C4607B1FB"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
555
+      <div class="name"><a href="#nickm">Nick Mathewson</a></div>
556
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> nickm</div>
557
+      <div class="description">One of the three original designers of Tor - does a lot of the ongoing design work, and coordinates and leads ongoing development.</div>
558
+    </td>
559
+
560
+    <td>
561
+      <a id="boklm"></a>
562
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
563
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=C9B8CAC3318B9A9E488359612067001B1B678A63"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
564
+      <div class="name"><a href="#boklm">Nicolas Vigier</a></div>
565
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> boklm</div>
566
+      <div class="description">Works on Tor Browser.</div>
567
+    </td>
568
+  </tr>
569
+
570
+  <tr>
571
+    <td>
572
+      <a id="mrphs"></a>
573
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
574
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/mrphs"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
575
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=E745A4CC726A94229B2B2DEE58C4B928A3E218F6"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
576
+      <div class="name"><a href="#mrphs">Nima Fatemi</a></div>
577
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> mrphs</div>
578
+      <div class="description">His main area of interests are End-users Accessibility/Security, UX, Censorship, Advocacy and Onion Services.</div>
579
+    </td>
580
+
581
+    <td>
582
+      <a id="syverson"></a>
583
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/syverson.png" alt="syverson" /></div>
584
+      <div class="name"><a href="#syverson">Paul Syverson</a></div>
585
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> syverson</div>
586
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://www.nrl.navy.mil">NRL</a> researcher on most things Tor. Inventor of <a href="https://www.onion-router.net/">onion routing</a>, and one of the three original designers of Tor.</div>
587
+    </td>
588
+  </tr>
589
+
590
+  <tr>
591
+    <td>
592
+      <a id="pepijn"></a>
593
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/pepijn.png" alt="pepijn" /></div>
594
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/lehoax"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
595
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=503192278D46F1EF2F3825AC815D488692B85107"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
596
+      <div class="name"><a href="#pepijn">Pepijn Le Heux</a></div>
597
+      <div class="description">Lawyer based in The Netherlands and co-founder of Hart voor Internetvrijheid.</div>
598
+    </td>
599
+
600
+    <td>
601
+      <a id="peter"></a>
602
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
603
+      <div class="name"><a href="#peter">Peter Palfrader</a></div>
604
+      <div class="description">Manages the Debian packages, runs one of the directory authorities, and generally helps out a lot.</div>
605
+    </td>
606
+  </tr>
607
+
608
+  <tr>
609
+    <td>
610
+      <a id="phw"></a>
611
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
612
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/__phw"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
613
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://nymity.ch/openpgp_public_key.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
614
+      <div class="name"><a href="#phw">Philipp Winter</a></div>
615
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> phw</div>
616
+      <div class="description">Maintains <a href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/user/phw/exitmap.git/">exitmap</a> and <a href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/user/phw/sybilhunter.git/">sybilhunter</a>, works on <a href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ReportingBadRelays">bad relay detection</a>, and does <a href="https://nymity.ch/papers.html">security and privacy research</a>.</div>
617
+    </td>
618
+
619
+    <td>
620
+      <a id="robt"></a>
621
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/robt.png" alt="robt" /></div>
622
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/robt.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
623
+      <div class="name"><a href="#robt">Rabbi Rob Thomas</a></div>
624
+      <div class="description">CEO of Team Cymru, which supports Tor through hosting, research, and infosec assistance.</div>
625
+    </td>
626
+  </tr>
627
+
628
+  <tr>
629
+    <td>
630
+      <a id="ramy"></a>
631
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ramy.png" alt="ramy" /></div>
632
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/RamyRaoof"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
633
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/ramy.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
634
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ramy">Ramy Raoof</a></div>
635
+      <div class="description">Tor Board member, technologist, and privacy and security researcher.</div>
636
+    </td>
637
+
638
+    <td>
639
+      <a id="pospeselr"></a>
640
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
641
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/pospeselr"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
642
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=BE7C914CC922CED9D93D23B7DE47360363F34B2C"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
643
+      <div class="name"><a href="#pospeselr">Richard Pospesel</a></div>
644
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> pospeselr</div>
645
+      <div class="description">Tor Browser developer.</div>
646
+    </td>
647
+  </tr>
648
+
649
+  <tr>
650
+    <td>
651
+      <a id="robgjansen"></a>
652
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/robgjansen.png" alt="robgjansen" /></div>
653
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/robgjansen"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
654
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/robgjansen.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
655
+      <div class="name"><a href="#robgjansen">Rob Jansen</a></div>
656
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> robgjansen</div>
657
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://www.nrl.navy.mil">NRL</a> research scientist, <a href="http://www.robgjansen.com/">leading expert in Tor network performance</a>, and author of <a href="https://shadow.github.io/">Shadow</a>.</div>
658
+    </td>
659
+
660
+    <td>
661
+      <a id="arma"></a>
662
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/arma.png" alt="arma" /></div>
663
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/RogerDingledine"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
664
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=B1172656DFF983C3042BC699EB5A896A28988BF5"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
665
+      <div class="name"><a href="#arma">Roger Dingledine</a></div>
666
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> arma</div>
667
+      <div class="description">Original developer of Tor along with Nick and Paul. Leading privacy researcher, coordinating developers and researchers.</div>
668
+    </td>
669
+  </tr>
670
+
671
+  <tr>
672
+    <td>
673
+      <a id="sajolida"></a>
674
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/sajolida.png" alt="sajolida" /></div>
675
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/sajolida.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
676
+      <div class="name"><a href="#sajolida">sajolida</a></div>
677
+      <div class="description">Technical writing, UX, and fundraising for Tails.</div>
678
+    </td>
679
+
680
+    <td>
681
+      <a id="sebastian"></a>
682
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
683
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=261C5FBE77285F88FB0C343266C8C2D7C5AA446D"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
684
+      <div class="name"><a href="#sebastian">Sebastian Hahn</a></div>
685
+      <div class="description">Helps people around the world use and understand Tor better. Generally helps everything run smoothly. Runs one of the directory authorities.</div>
686
+    </td>
687
+  </tr>
688
+
689
+  <tr>
690
+    <td>
691
+      <a id="serene"></a>
692
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/serene.png" alt="serene" /></div>
693
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/kiserene"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
694
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=28BC839890D4599EC00FD544FB16E10EC13C40E5"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
695
+      <div class="name"><a href="#serene">Serene</a></div>
696
+      <div class="description">Snowflake and Pluggable Transports developer.</div>
697
+    </td>
698
+
699
+    <td>
700
+      <a id="ssteele"></a>
701
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/ssteele.png" alt="ssteele" /></div>
702
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/ssteele1234"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
703
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/ssteele.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
704
+      <div class="name"><a href="#ssteele">Shari Steele</a></div>
705
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> ssteele</div>
706
+      <div class="description">Executive Director of the Tor Project, Inc.</div>
707
+    </td>
708
+  </tr>
709
+
710
+  <tr>
711
+    <td>
712
+      <a id="hiro"></a>
713
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/hiro.png" alt="hiro" /></div>
714
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/nopressure"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
715
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=6864C734AD972957FE938866A38425F1767BB67C"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
716
+      <div class="name"><a href="#hiro">Silvia Puglisi</a></div>
717
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> hiro</div>
718
+      <div class="description">Hiro builds and runs Tor Project's web applications and services.</div>
719
+    </td>
720
+
721
+    <td>
722
+      <a id="inf0"></a>
723
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/inf0.png" alt="inf0" /></div>
724
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/wwwiretap"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
725
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://s3.amazonaws.com/sina-publickeys/0B47D56D.asc"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
726
+      <div class="name"><a href="#inf0">Sina Rabbani</a></div>
727
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> inf0</div>
728
+      <div class="description">Directory authority operator, outreach and trains human rights activists. System's Engineer at Team Cymru and co-Founder of accessnow.org.</div>
729
+    </td>
730
+  </tr>
731
+
732
+  <tr>
733
+    <td>
734
+      <a id="stephw"></a>
735
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/stephw.png" alt="stephw" /></div>
736
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/walnutwordsalad"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
737
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/stephw.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
738
+      <div class="name"><a href="#stephw">Stephanie A. Whited</a></div>
739
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> stephw</div>
740
+      <div class="description">Directs communications.</div>
741
+    </td>
742
+
743
+    <td>
744
+      <a id="sjmurdoch"></a>
745
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/sjmurdoch.png" alt="sjmurdoch" /></div>
746
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/sjmurdoch"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
747
+      <div class="icon"><a href="http://sec.cs.ucl.ac.uk/users/smurdoch/openpgp.html"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
748
+      <div class="name"><a href="#sjmurdoch">Steven Murdoch</a></div>
749
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> sjmurdoch</div>
750
+      <div class="description"><a href="http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/s.murdoch/">Principal Research Fellow</a> at University College London and original creator of the <a href="https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en">Tor Browser</a>.</div>
751
+    </td>
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+  </tr>
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+
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+  <tr>
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+    <td>
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+      <a id="sukhe"></a>
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+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=E4ACD3975427A5BA8450A1BEB01C8B006DA77FAA"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
759
+      <div class="name"><a href="#sukhe">Sukhbir Singh</a></div>
760
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> sukhe</div>
761
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/torbirdy">TorBirdy</a> and <a href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorMessenger">Tor Messenger</a> developer. Volunteer on the <a href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/teams/CommunityTeam">Community Team</a>.</div>
762
+    </td>
763
+
764
+    <td>
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+      <a id="catalyst"></a>
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+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/argonblue"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=2C732B1C0DBEF678AB3AF606A32F17FD0055C305"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
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+      <div class="name"><a href="#catalyst">Taylor Yu</a></div>
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+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> catalyst</div>
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+      <div class="description">Software archaeologist and keeper of C language arcana. Works with applied cryptography, protocol design, software security, and technical debt restructuring.</div>
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+  </tr>
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+
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+  <tr>
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+    <td>
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+      <a id="teor"></a>
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+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=C8556CED5D90A0C529F64D43450CBA7F968F094B"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
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+      <div class="name"><a href="#teor">Tim Wilson-Brown</a></div>
781
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> teor</div>
782
+      <div class="description">Onion services developer, and core member of Tor dev team. Researches Tor network measurement and onion service scalability.</div>
783
+    </td>
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+
785
+    <td>
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+      <a id="tjr"></a>
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+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/tjr.png" alt="tjr" /></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/tomrittervg"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=8ACD146EA94CEB12E4EA691566A109189B79658F"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
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+      <div class="name"><a href="#tjr">Tom Ritter</a></div>
791
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> tjr</div>
792
+      <div class="description">Maintains <a href="https://consensus-health.torproject.org/">Consensus Health </a>, runs one of the bandwidth authorities, and contributes to Tor Browser.</div>
793
+    </td>
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+  </tr>
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+
796
+  <tr>
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+    <td>
798
+      <a id="t0mmy"></a>
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+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/t0mmy.png" alt="t0mmy" /></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/tommycollison"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
801
+      <div class="icon"><a href="../keys/t0mmy.txt"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
802
+      <div class="name"><a href="#t0mmy">Tommy Collison</a></div>
803
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> t0mmy</div>
804
+      <div class="description">Writes and edits grant proposals, one-pagers, blogposts, etc.</div>
805
+    </td>
806
+
807
+    <td>
808
+      <a id="wseltzer"></a>
809
+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/wseltzer.png" alt="wseltzer" /></div>
810
+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://twitter.com/wseltzer"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/twitter-small.png" alt="twitter" /></a></div>
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+      <div class="icon"><a href="https://db.torproject.org/fetchkey.cgi?fingerprint=4263006A4506740FAD871430BAEBA2D7456CAD51"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/pgp-key.png" alt="pgp key" /></a></div>
812
+      <div class="name"><a href="#wseltzer">Wendy Seltzer</a></div>
813
+      <div class="field"><b>IRC:</b> wseltzer</div>
814
+      <div class="description"><a href="https://wendy.seltzer.org/">Techie lawyer</a> and former Tor board member. She works on legal and policy support for private and secure communications.</div>
815
+    </td>
816
+  </tr>
817
+
818
+  <tr>
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+    <td>
820
+      <a id="yawning"></a>
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+      <div class="photo"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/people/no_photo.png" alt="no photo" /></div>
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+      <div class="name"><a href="#yawning">Yawning Angel</a></div>
823
+      <div class="description">Author and maintainer of the Linux Tor Browser sandbox.</div>
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+    </td>
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+  </tr>
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+</table>
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-      <li><h4><a href="https://ahmia.fi/gsoc/">Ahmia.fi - Search Engine for Hidden Services</a> by Juha Nurmi</h4></li>
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+      <li><h4><a href="https://ahmia.fi/gsoc/">Ahmia.fi - Search Engine for Onion Services</a> by Juha Nurmi</h4></li>
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+    <a href="<page index>">Home &raquo; </a>
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+    <a href="<page about/overview>">About &raquo; </a>
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+    <a href="<page about/jobs>">Jobs</a>
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+  </div>
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+	<div id="maincol">
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+<h1>The Tor Project is looking for a Browser Developer!</h1>
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+<h2>(Posted 16 Jun 2017)</h2>
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+<p>
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+June 15, 2017
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+The Tor Project is looking for a Browser Developer (C++ and Javascript)!
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+As	a	browser	developer,	your	job	would	be	to	work	closely	with	other	 members	of	the	Tor	Browser	development	team	on	C++	patches	to our Firefox-based	browser,	writing	new	APIs,	altering	functionality	for	privacy	and	security,	and	making	improvements	to	our	collection	of	Firefox	add-ons	(JavaScript	code).	Being	a	Tor	Browser	developer	includes	triaging,	diagnosing,	and	fixing	bugs;	looking	for	and	resolving	web	privacy	issues;	responding	on	short	notice	to	urgent	security	issues;	and	working	collaboratively	with	coworkers	and	volunteers	to	implement	new	features	and	web	behavior	changes.	We	also	need	help	making	our	code	more	maintainable,	testable,	and	mergeable	by	upstream.	The	person	in	this	position	will	also	review	other	people's	code,	designs,	and	academic	research	papers	to	make	suggestions	for	improvement.
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+This is a full-time position.
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+</p>
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+
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+<h2>Required Qualifications:</h2>
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+<ul>
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+	<li>
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+	 Experience in C++ (and ideally, JavaScript). Five years of C++ experience is probably necessary for the level of expertise we want, though some of these years can be replaced with other Object Oriented Programming and/or C experience. If you meet this level of experience with C++/OOP, JavaScript can be learned on the job.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	 Possess a solid understanding of issues surrounding secure C++ programming and reference counted memory (at least to the level of avoiding issues).
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+	</li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Be comfortable diving into new, unfamiliar codebases, looking for ways to alter and augment their functionality in specific, goal-oriented ways.
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+	</li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Be familiar with web technologies and how the web works, especially the same-origin model and web tracking.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	 Willingness and ability to justify and document technical decisions for a public, world-wide technical audience.
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+	</li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Be comfortable working remotely with a geographically distributed team.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	 Experience interacting with users and other developers online, including experience being confronted with differing ideas and opinions (not always in a nice manner), while maintaining a high level of professionalism.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	 Comfort with transparency: as a non-profit organization who develops open source software, almost everything we do is public, including your name (or at least your business name) and possibly salary information.
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+	</li>
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+</ul>
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+
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+<h2>Preferred qualifications:</h2>
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+<ul>
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+	<li>
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+	 Familiarity and/or experience with writing add-ons and/or patches for Mozilla Firefox or other web browsers.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	 Familiarity with compiling software for the Android platform.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	 Familiarity with Firefox's internal architecture, including its use of multiple processes and sandboxing.
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+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Be intensely creative yet also ruthlessly pragmatic in your thinking.
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+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Possess knowledge/familiarity of probability, statistics, and information theory.
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+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Know enough about networking to be able to visualize what HTTP 1.1 looks like on the wire while encapsulated within Tor's network protocol.
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+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Experience working with distributed (remote) teams across different time-zones with people of differing skill levels over multiple mediums, including email, instant messaging, and IRC.
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+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Open-source experience: contributed significant chunks of code to multiple open-source projects in the past.
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+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Familiarity with distributed version control systems, including Git.
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+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	 Genuinely be excited about Tor and its values!
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+	</li>
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+</ul>
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+<p>
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+For a more detailed understanding of the full breadth and depth of the work you'd be doing, have a look at The Design and Implementation of the Tor Browser, especially The Design Requirements section at <a href="​https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/#DesignRequirements">https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/#DesignRequirements</a>.
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+</p>
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+<h2>
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+Other notes:
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+</h2>
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+<p>
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+Academic degrees are great, but not required if you have the right experience!
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+The team coordinates via IRC, email, and bug trackers. This position may be performed remotely, but we would be happy to provide a desk at our office in Seattle, Washington. We also have informal shared workspace arrangements in NYC and San Francisco.
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+The Tor Project, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides the technical infrastructure for privacy protection over the Internet. With paid staff and contractors of around 30 technologists and operational support people, plus many volunteers all over the world who contribute to our work, the Tor Project is funded in part by government grants and contracts, as well as by individual, foundation, and corporate donations. We only write free and open source software, and we don't believe in software patents.
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+The Tor Project has a competitive benefits package, including a generous PTO policy; 14 paid holidays per year (including the week between Christmas and New Year's, when the office is closed); health, vision, dental, disability, and life insurance paid in full for employee; flexible work schedule; and occasional travel opportunities.
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+The Tor Project, Inc., is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
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+</p>
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+<h2>
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+To apply:
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+</h2>
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+<p>
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+Please email a PDF of your resume/CV, and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications and experience meet the requirements of this job description, including why you want to work on Tor. Email should be sent to hr at torproject.org with "Browser Developer" in the subject line.
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+Link to at least one of your code samples (ideally, more than one and all of which we will presume you are authorized to disclose). No phone calls, please!
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+
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+    <a href="<page index>">Home &raquo; </a>
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+    <a href="<page about/overview>">About &raquo; </a>
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+    <a href="<page about/jobs>">Jobs</a>
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+  </div>
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+	<div id="maincol">
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+<h1>The Tor Project is looking for two Browser Developers for Mobile (Android)!</h1>
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+<h2>(Posted 27 Jul 2017)</h2>
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+July 27, 2017
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+The Tor Project is looking for two Browser Developers for Mobile (Android)!
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+As a mobile browser developer, your job will be to work closely with other members of the Tor Browser development team on Java and C++ patches to our Firefox-based browser, writing new APIs, altering functionality for privacy and security, and making improvements to our collection of Firefox add-ons (JavaScript code). Being a Tor Browser developer includes triaging, diagnosing, and fixing bugs; looking for and resolving web privacy issues; responding on short notice to urgent security issues; and working collaboratively with coworkers and volunteers to implement new features and web behavior changes. We also need help making our code more maintainable, testable, and mergeable by upstream. The person in this position will also review other people's code, designs, and academic research papers to make suggestions for improvement.
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+</p>
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+<p>
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+This is a full-time position.
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+</p>
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+
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+<h2>Required Qualifications:</h2>
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+<ul>
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+	<li>
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+	  Experience in C++ (and ideally, JavaScript). Five years of C++ experience is probably necessary for the level of expertise we want, though some of these years can be replaced with other Object Oriented Programming and/or C experience. If you meet this level of experience with C++/OOP, JavaScript can be learned on the job.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+      Multiple years worth of experience with Java programming, though similar equivalent OOP experience is also acceptable.
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+    </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+      Possess a solid understanding of issues surrounding secure C++ programming and reference counted memory (at least to the level of avoiding issues).         
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+    </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+      Be comfortable diving into new, unfamiliar codebases, looking for ways to alter and augment their functionality in specific, goal-oriented ways.         
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+    </li>
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+	<li>
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+      Be familiar with web technologies and how the web works, especially the same-origin model and web tracking.         
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+    </li>
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+    <li>
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+      Willingness and ability to justify and document technical decisions for a public, world-wide technical audience.         
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+    </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	  Be comfortable working remotely with a geographically distributed team.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	  Experience interacting with users and other developers online, including experience being confronted with differing ideas and opinions (not always in a nice manner), while maintaining a high level of professionalism.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	  Comfort with transparency: as a non-profit organization who develops open source software, almost everything we do is public, including your name (or at least your business name) and possibly salary information.
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+	</li>
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+</ul>
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+
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+<h2>Preferred qualifications:</h2>
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+<ul>
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+	<li>
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+	  Familiarity and/or experience with writing add-ons and/or patches for Mozilla Firefox or other web browsers.
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	  Familiarity with developing and distributing software for the Android platform.         
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+	</li>
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+	<li>
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+	  Familiarity with Firefox's internal architecture, including its use of multiple processes and sandboxing.
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+    </li>
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+ 	<li>
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+	  Be intensely creative yet also ruthlessly pragmatic in your thinking.
73
+    </li>
74
+ 	<li>
75
+	  Possess knowledge/familiarity of probability, statistics, and information theory.
76
+    </li>
77
+ 	<li>
78
+	  Know enough about networking to be able to visualize what HTTP 1.1 looks like on the wire while encapsulated within Tor's network protocol.
79
+    </li>
80
+ 	<li>
81
+	  Experience working with distributed (remote) teams across different time-zones with people of differing skill levels over multiple mediums, including email, instant messaging, and IRC.
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+    </li>
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+    <li>
84
+	  Open-source experience: contributed significant chunks of code to multiple open-source projects in the past.
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+    </li>
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+ 	<li>
87
+	 Familiarity with distributed version control systems, including Git.
88
+ </li>
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+ 	<li>
90
+	 Genuinely be excited about Tor and its values!
91
+	</li>
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+</ul>
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+<p>
94
+For a more detailed understanding of the full breadth and depth of the work you'd be doing, have a look at The Design and Implementation of the Tor Browser, especially The Design Requirements section at <a href="​https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/#DesignRequirements">https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/#DesignRequirements</a>.
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+</p>
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+<h2>
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+Other notes:
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+</h2>
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+<p>
100
+Academic degrees are great, but not required if you have the right experience!
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+</p>
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+<p>
103
+The team coordinates via IRC, email, and bug trackers. This position may be performed remotely, but we would be happy to provide a desk at our office in Seattle, Washington. We also have informal shared workspace arrangements in NYC and San Francisco.
104
+</p>
105
+<p>
106
+The Tor Project, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides the technical infrastructure for privacy protection over the Internet. With paid staff and contractors of around 30 technologists and operational support people, plus many volunteers all over the world who contribute to our work, the Tor Project is funded in part by government grants and contracts, as well as by individual, foundation, and corporate donations. We only write free and open source software, and we don't believe in software patents.
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+</p>
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+<p>
109
+The Tor Project has a competitive benefits package, including a generous PTO policy; 14 paid holidays per year (including the week between Christmas and New Year's, when the office is closed); health, vision, dental, disability, and life insurance paid in full for employee; flexible work schedule; and occasional travel opportunities.
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+</p>
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+<p>
112
+The Tor Project, Inc., is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
113
+</p>
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+<h2>
115
+To apply:
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+</h2>
117
+<p>
118
+Please email a PDF of your resume/CV, and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications and experience meet the requirements of this job description, including why you want to work on Tor. Email should be sent to hr at torproject.org with "Browser Developer for Mobile (Android)" in the subject line.
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+Link to at least one of your code samples (ideally, more than one and all of which we will presume you are authorized to disclose). No phone calls, please!
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+</p>
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+
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+  </div>
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