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clean up the email list page to what actually is used.

Andrew Lewman authored on 26/01/2011 14:03:55
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     <p>First, if you have a problem or question about using Tor, go look at the <a href="<page docs/documentation>#Support">Support section</a> for how to proceed. The Tor developers spend most of their time developing Tor, and there are no people devoted to user support, so try to help yourself before <a href="<page docs/faq>#SupportMail">politely trying to find a volunteer</a>.</p>
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     <p>If you really do need to reach us, here are some approaches. All
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-    of these addresses are @torproject.org. Note that in practice most of
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-    them go to the same small group of people, so please be patient and <a
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+    of these addresses are @torproject.org. Please be patient and <a
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     href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html">helpful</a>,
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     and please make sure to write your mail in English.</p>
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-    <ul>
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-      <li><i>tor-assistants</i> is the catch-all address for
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-      everything. If you'd like to ask a more directed question, please
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-      see the descriptions below.</li>
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-      <li><i>tor-ops</i> gets to the people who manage the directory
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-      authorities. Use this if you run a Tor relay and have a question
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-      or problem with your relay.</li>
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-      <li><i>tor-webmaster</i> can fix typos on the website, change wrong
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-      statements or directions on the website, and add new sections and
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-      paragraphs that you send us. You might want to make a draft of
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-      your new sections on <a href="<wiki>">the Tor wiki</a> first.</li>
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-      <li><i>tor-volunteer</i> wants to hear about your
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-      documents, patches, testing, experiences with supporting
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-      applications, and so forth inspired by our <a href="<page
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-      getinvolved/volunteer>">volunteer page</a> (or other problems
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-      you've fixed or documented about using Tor). There's no need
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-      to mail us before you start working on something -- like all
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+      <i>tor-assistants</i> is the catch-all address for
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+      everything. It can be used for:
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+      <ul>
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+      <li>Contacting the people who manage the directory authorities. Use
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+      this if you run a Tor relay and have a question or problem with
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+      your relay.</li>
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+      <li>So we can fix typos on the website, change wrong statements or
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+      directions on the website, and add new sections and paragraphs that
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+      you send us. You might want to make a draft of your new sections
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+      on <a href="<wiki>">the Tor wiki</a> first.</li>
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+      <li>Hearing about your documents, patches, testing, experiences
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+      with supporting applications, and so forth inspired by our <a
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+      href="<page getinvolved/volunteer>">volunteer page</a> (or other
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+      problems you've fixed or documented about using Tor). There's no
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+      need to mail us before you start working on something -- like all
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       volunteer Internet projects, we hear from a lot of excited people
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       who vanish soon after, so we are most interested in hearing about
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       actual progress.</li>
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+      </ul>
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+      A few other addresses are more specific:
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+      <ul>
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       <li><i>tor-translation</i> can put new <a href="<page
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       getinvolved/translation>">website translations</a> into place,
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       and help answer questions about existing and new translations.</li>