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remove more dead links.

Andrew Lewman authored on07/10/2010 22:18:13
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     We have picked out 10+ mentors for this year &mdash; most of the
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-    people on the <a href="<page about/people>#Core">core Tor development team</a>
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+    people on the <a href="<page about/corepeople>">core Tor development team</a>
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     plus a few people from <a href="http://www.eff.org/about/staff">EFF's staff</a>
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     &mdash; so we should be able to accommodate a wide variety of projects,
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     ranging from work on Tor itself to work on supporting or peripheral
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     Periodically we get new funding to work on more development
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     projects.  Your goal should be to get into the list of <a href="<page
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-    about/people>#Core">core project members</a> so we think of you when new
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+    about/corepeople>">core project members</a> so we think of you when new
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     funding arrives. We're particularly looking for Qt developers and
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     people to help maintain <a href="<page projects/vidalia>">Vidalia</a>.
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     with how useful it would be to the overall Tor project (priority), how
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     much work we expect it would be (effort level), how much clue you should
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     start with (skill level), and which of our <a href="<page
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-    about/people>#Core">core developers</a> would be good mentors.
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+    about/corepeople>">core developers</a> would be good mentors.
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     If one or more of these ideas looks promising to you, please <a
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     href="<page about/contact>">contact us</a> to discuss your plans rather than
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     sending blind applications. You may also want to propose your own project