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update the people page per karsten.

Andrew Lewman authored on09/12/2011 17:45:23
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 <dd>Worked during Google Summer of Code 2009 on porting
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 Polipo to Windows.  He currently helps with the libevent
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 bufferevent code.</dd>
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+<dt>Matt Edman</dt>
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+<dd>Original developer for <a href="<page projects/vidalia>">Vidalia</a>,
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+a cross-platform Tor Graphical User Interface included in the bundles.</dd>
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 <dt>Geoff Goodell</dt><dd>Started the <a
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 href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/blossom/trunk/">Blossom project</a>
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 which uses Tor as its overlay network; also helped motivate Tor's control
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   	<h1>Core Tor People</h1>
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 <dl>
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-          <dt>Jacob Appelbaum, Developer, Advocate, and Security Researcher</dt>
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+          <dt>Jacob Appelbaum, Advocate, Security Researcher, and Developer</dt>
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           <dd>Our main advocate.  Speaks at conferences and gives
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           trainings all over the world to get people excited about Tor,
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           explain how Tor is used in real world situations, and generally
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           weather</a> site. He is also a Staff Research Scientist at
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           the University of Washington Computer Security and Privacy
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           Research Lab.</dd>
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+          <dt>Thomas S. Benjamin, Researcher</dt>
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+          <dd>Anonymous communications and bridge distribution
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+          researcher. His other work can be found on his <a
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+          href="http://cryptocracy.net/">personal website</a></dd>
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           <dt>Erinn Clark, Packaging and Build Automation</dt>
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           <dd>Erinn is tackling the growing needs for easy to install
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           and configure packages on a variety of operating systems.
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           nightly builds for all operating systems we support. Erinn is
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           also doing some advocacy by talking to audiences at FSCONS,
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           CodeBits.eu, and various European universites.</dd>
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-          <dt>Roger Dingledine, Project Leader; Director, Researcher</dt>
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+          <dt>Roger Dingledine, Project Leader, Director, Researcher</dt>
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           <dd>Original developer of Tor along with Nick Mathewson and Paul
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           Syverson. Leading researcher in the anonymous communications
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           field.  Frequent speaker at conferences to advocate Tor and
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           explain what Tor is and can do. Helps coordinate academic
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           researchers.</dd>
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-          <dt>Matt Edman, Vidalia Developer; Researcher</dt>
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-          <dd>Developer for <a href="<page
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-          projects/vidalia>">Vidalia</a>, a cross-platform Tor Graphical
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-          User Interface included in the bundles.</dd>
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           <dt>Nathan Freitas, Mobile phone hacker</dt>
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           <dd>The driving force behind <a
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           href="https://guardianproject.info">The Guardian
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           a row, he became one of the mentors the following year.
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           He also speaks at various conferences about Tor and trains
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           activists to safely use Tor.</dd>
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-      	  <dt>Thomas S. Benjamin, Researcher</dt>
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-	      <dd>Anonymous communications and bridge distribution
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-	      researcher. His other work can be found on his <a
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-	      href="http://cryptocracy.net/">personal website</a></dd>
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-      	  <dt>Robert Hogan, Developer</dt>
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-	      <dd>Developer for the <a
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-	      href="http://tork.sf.net/">TorK</a> Tor controller, a <a
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-	      href="http://code.google.com/p/torora/">privacy-oriented
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-	      Arora fork</a>, the <a
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-	      href="http://code.google.com/p/torsocks/">torsocks
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-	      scripts</a>, and other useful peripheral tools.</dd>
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+          <dt>Robert Hogan, Developer</dt>
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+          <dd>Developer for the <a
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+          href="http://tork.sf.net/">TorK</a> Tor controller, a <a
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+          href="http://code.google.com/p/torora/">privacy-oriented
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+          Arora fork</a>, the <a
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+          href="http://code.google.com/p/torsocks/">torsocks
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+          scripts</a>, and other useful peripheral tools.</dd>
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           <dt>Damian Johnson, Arm Developer</dt>
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           <dd>Builds <a href="http://atagar.com/arm">Arm</a>,
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           a command-line application for monitoring Tor relays and
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           providing real-time status information such as the current
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           configuration, bandwidth usage, message log, etc.</dd>
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-          <dt>Andrew Lewman, Executive Director; Director; <a href="<page press/press>">press contact</a></dt>
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+          <dt>George Kadianakis, Developer</dt>
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+          <dd>Developer of pluggable transports and bridge-scanning
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+          resistance.</dd>
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+          <dt>Andrew Lewman, Executive Director, Director,
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+          <a href="<page press/press>">press contact</a></dt>
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           <dd>Manages the business operations of The Tor Project, Inc.
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           Plays roles of finance, advocacy, project management, strategy,
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           press, and general support.</dd>
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-          <dt>Dr. Karsten Loesing, Researcher and Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Worked during the 2007 Google Summer of Code on <a
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-          href="<specblob>proposals/114-distributed-storage.txt">distributing
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-          and securing the publishing and fetching of hidden
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-          service descriptors</a>. Currently the primary
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-          researcher for our National Science Foundation grant
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-          into <a href="http://metrics.torproject.org/">anonymous
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-          metrics</a>.</dd>
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+          <dt>Dr. Karsten Loesing, Metrics Researcher and Developer,
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+          Project Manager</dt>
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+          <dd>Primary researcher and developer into
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+          <a href="https://metrics.torproject.org/">anonymous metrics</a>
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+          which started as a National Science Foundation grant. Also helps
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+          coordinate work for our various
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+          <a href="<wiki>org/sponsors">sponsor projects</a>.</dd>
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           <dt>Nick Mathewson, Chief Architect, Researcher, Director</dt>
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           <dd>One of the three original designers of Tor; does a lot
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           of the ongoing design work. One of the two main developers,
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           You can find out more about his work on his <a
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           href="http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~sjm217/">professional
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           website</a></dd>
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-      	  <dt>Linus Nordberg, Advocate</dt>
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-	      <dd>Swedish advocate for Tor, anonymous
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-	      communications research, and employee at <a
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-	      href="http://nordu.net">NORDUnet</a>.</dd>
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+          <dt>Linus Nordberg, Advocate, Developer</dt>
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+          <dd>Swedish advocate for Tor, anonymous
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+          communications research, and employee at <a
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+          href="http://nordu.net">NORDUnet</a>. Works on implementing
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+          IPv6 in Tor.</dd>
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           <dt>Peter Palfrader, Sysadmin and Developer</dt>
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-          <dd>Manages the Debian packages, runs one of the directory authorities, runs the website and the wiki, and generally helps out a lot.</dd>
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+          <dd>Manages the Debian packages, runs one of the directory
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+          authorities, runs the website and the wiki, and generally helps
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+          out a lot.</dd>
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           <dt>Mike Perry, Torbutton and Tor Performance Developer</dt>
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           <dd>Author of <a
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           href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/torflow/trunk/README">TorFlow</a>,
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           Tor network and measures various properties and
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           behaviors. Developer and maintainer of <a href="<page
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           torbutton/index>">Torbutton</a>.</dd>
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-          <dt>Robert Ransom</dt>
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-          <dd>Bug catcher and immensely helpful on irc and the
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+          <dt>Robert Ransom, Developer</dt>
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+          <dd>Bug catcher and immensely helpful on IRC and the
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           email lists. Looking into hidden service performance and
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           robustness.</dd>
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           <dt>Karen Reilly, Development Director</dt>