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fix up projects sidenav, remove old people page, fix random broken links

Andrew Lewman authored on07/10/2010 22:02:34
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 	$(MAKE) -C "$@" WMLBASE=.. 
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 donate:
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 	$(MAKE) -C "$@" WMLBASE=..  
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+torbutton:
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+	$(MAKE) -C "$@" WMLBASE=..  
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 mirrors:
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 	./update-mirrors.pl
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 translations:
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 # XXX: this also depends on all subs' wmlfiles.  How to fix?
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 #translation-status.html.en: $(LANGS) $(WMIFILES) $(WMLFILES)
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-.PHONY: docs eff projects press about download download getinvolved donate
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+.PHONY: docs eff projects press about download getinvolved donate torbutton
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           <div class="name">Dr. Karsten Loesing</div>
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           <div class="caps">Researchers and Developer</div>
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-          <p>Worked during the 2007 Google Summer of Code on <a href="<gitblob>doc/spec/proposals/114-distributed-storage.txt">distributing and securing the publishing and fetching of hidden service descriptors</a>. Currently working on <a href="<page projects/hidserv>">making hidden services faster and more reliable</a>, and on <a href="http://metrics.torproject.org/">metrics</a>.</p>
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+          <p>Worked during the 2007 Google Summer of Code on <a
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+href="<gitblob>doc/spec/proposals/114-distributed-storage.txt">distributing
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+and securing the publishing and fetching of hidden service
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+descriptors</a>. Current the primary researcher for our National Science
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+Foundation grant into <a href="http://metrics.torproject.org/">anonymous metrics</a>.</p>
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           <div class="name">Nick Mathewson</div>
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-#include "head.wmi" TITLE="Tor: People" CHARSET="UTF-8"
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-<div id="content" class="clearfix">
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-	<div id="breadcrumbs">
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-    <a href="<page index>">Home &raquo; </a>
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-    #<li><a href="<page about/people>#GSoC">Summer Students</a></li>
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-    #<li><a href="<page about/people>#Volunteers">Volunteers</a></li>
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-#          },   
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-#          {'url'  => 'projects/sampleproject',
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-#           'txt'  => 'BWAuthority',
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-#          },    
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-#          {'url'  => 'projects/sampleproject',
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-#           'txt'  => 'TBB Builds',
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-#          }],
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-      }],
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-       #   {'url'  => '',
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-       #    'txt'  => '',
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-       #   }],
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-      },
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-  ];
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+              {'url'  => 'https://check.torproject.org',
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+               'txt'  => 'TorCheck',
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+              }, 
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+              {'url'  => 'projects/sampleproject',
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+               'txt'  => 'SampleProject',
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+              }]
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+          }]
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+        }];
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