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link the new release on the main page, add the press release link as well.

Andrew Lewman authored on30/08/2011 06:06:32
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+                <div class="calendar"><span class="month">Aug</span><br><span class="day">28</span></div>
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+                <p>The Tor Project announces a <a href="<page
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+                press/2011-08-28-tor-022-stable>">new stable release</a>
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+                of the Tor software. More than two years in the making,
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+                this release features improved client performance and
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+                hidden service reliability, better compatibility for
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+                Android, correct behavior for bridges that listen on more
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+                than one address, more extensible and flexible directory
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+                object handling, better reporting of network statistics,
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+                improved code security, and many many other features
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+                and bugfixes.</p>
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                 <div class="calendar"><span class="month">Mar</span><br><span class="day">23</span></div>
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                 <p>The Tor Project wins the "Project of Social
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                 Benefit" award from the Free Software Foundation
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                 award and to be listed amongst the former winners. <a
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                 href="https://blog.torproject.org/blog/tor-project-receives-fsf-award">Read
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                 more</a> about this award.</p>
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-                <div class="calendar"><span class="month">Feb</span><br><span class="day">23</span></div>
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-                <p>The latest stable Tor version, 0.2.1.30, is <a
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-                href="https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-announce/2011-February/000000.html">released</a>.
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-                Tor 0.2.1.30 fixes a variety of less critical bugs. The
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-                main other change is a slight tweak to Tor's TLS handshake
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-                that makes relays and bridges that run this new version
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-                reachable from Iran again.  We don't expect this tweak
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-                will win the arms race long-term, but it buys us time
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-                until we roll out a better solution.
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 <h3>Press Releases</h3>
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-<li>16 September 2010.  Tor announces an article discussing <a href="<page press/2010-09-16-ten-things-circumvention-tools>">Ten Things to Look for in a Circumvention Tool</a>.</li>
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-<li>25 March 2010. Tor and Printfection launch <a href="<page press/2010-03-25-tor-store-press-release>">The Tor Store</a>.</li>
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-<li>12 March 2009.  Tor launches a <a href="<page press/2009-03-12-performance-roadmap-press-release>">performance roadmap</a> and campaign.</li>
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+<li>28 August 2011. The Tor Project announces a <a href="<page
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+press/2011-08-28-tor-022-stable">new stable release</a> of the Tor
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+software.</li>
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+<li>16 September 2010.  Tor announces an article discussing <a href="<page
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+press/2010-09-16-ten-things-circumvention-tools>">Ten Things to Look
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+for in a Circumvention Tool</a>.</li>
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+<li>25 March 2010. Tor and Printfection launch <a href="<page
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+press/2010-03-25-tor-store-press-release>">The Tor Store</a>.</li>
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+<li>12 March 2009.  Tor launches a <a href="<page
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+press/2009-03-12-performance-roadmap-press-release>">performance
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+roadmap</a> and campaign.</li>
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 <li>19 December 2008.  Tor announces 3-year <a href="<page
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 press/2008-12-19-roadmap-press-release>">development roadmap</a>.</li>
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