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Add GetTor Twitter account information

Sukhbir Singh authored on26/09/2016 20:57:59 • Sebastian Hahn committed on27/09/2016 14:02:36
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+<h2>Download Tor Browser via Twitter</h2>
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+<p>You can send a direct message to <a
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+href="https://twitter.com/get_tor">@get_tor</a> account (you don't need to
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+follow). Send the word <b>help</b> in a direct message to learn how to interact
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+with it.</p>
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People like spelling it OS X

Sebastian Hahn authored on11/02/2015 12:41:26
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    <li><strong>linux</strong>: If the user needs Tor Browser for Linux.
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-   <li><strong>osx</strong>: If the user needs Tor Browser for Mac OSX.
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+   <li><strong>osx</strong>: If the user needs Tor Browser for Mac OS X.
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 </ul>
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Remove useless sentence on gettor page (thanks ilv)

Sebastian Hahn authored on11/02/2015 04:23:19
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-If a user requests an invalid option, GetTor robot will reply with a
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-help message explaining how to interact with it.
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tweak the gettor page a little

Sebastian Hahn authored on11/02/2015 04:13:14
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     <a href="<page projects/projects>">Projects &raquo; </a>
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     <a href="<page projects/gettor>">GetTor &raquo; </a>
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-	<div id="maincol"> 
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+	<div id="maincol">
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     <h1>GetTor robot</h1>
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 <p>GetTor is a service that provides alternative methods to download Tor
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 <h2>Download Tor Browser via email</h2>
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-<p>Users can communicate with GetTor robot by sending messages via email. 
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+<p>Users can communicate with GetTor robot by sending messages via email.
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 Currently, the best known email address to do this is gettor@torproject.org.
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 This should be the most current and stable GetTor robot as it is operated
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 by Tor Project itself.</p>
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-<p>To ask for Tor Browser, a user should send an email to GetTor robot with 
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+<p>To ask for Tor Browser, a user should send an email to GetTor robot with
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 one of the following options in the body of the message:</p>
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-<p>Options are case insensitive. If a user selects two or more options, only 
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-the first one will be considered. After the user sends a valid option, GetTor 
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-robot will reply with links to download Tor Browser from popular cloud 
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-services. For now, the only cloud service supported is Dropbox. A sample 
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-
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-   Thank you for your request for windows-en.
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-
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-   ===
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-   Tor Browser Bundle:
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-   ===
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-   Dropbox
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-   https://www.dropbox.com/s/0p4oew8w/torbrowser-install-4.0.1_en-US.exe?dl=1
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-   ASC signature (32/64-bit):
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-   https://www.dropbox.com/s/y68h/torbrowser-install-4.0.1_en-US.exe.asc?dl=1
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-   Package SHA256 checksum (32/64-bit):
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-   e41078c34785e6834657d008d0c2b0b671b793b5cbc67ebc60e8d55735504a10
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-   Fingerprint: 8738 A680 B84B 3031 A630 F2DB 416F 0610 63FE E659
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-   ===
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-   Support:
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-   ===
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-   Hello, this is the 'GetTor' robot.
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-   Thank you for your request. I am here to help you download the latest
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-   Please reply to this message with one of the options below:
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-<br>
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+<p>Options are case insensitive. If a user selects two or more options, only
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+the first one will be considered. After the user sends a valid option, GetTor
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+robot will reply with links to download Tor Browser from popular cloud
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+services. For now, the only cloud service supported is Dropbox.</p>
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 Once the files have been downloaded users should <strong>verify the
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+If a user requests an invalid option, GetTor robot will reply with a
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Minors changes on the text. Replaced autoresponder by robot. Fixed length of links.

ileiva authored on08/02/2015 20:45:00
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-is blocked. For now, the only available method is SMTP (email).</p>
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+    <h1>GetTor robot</h1>
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+<p>GetTor is a service that provides alternative methods to download Tor
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+Browser, specially for situations where access to Tor Project's official
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+website and mirrors is blocked. For now, the only available method is
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+SMTP (email).</p>
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 <h2>Download Tor Browser via email</h2>
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 <p>Users can communicate with GetTor robot by sending messages via email. 
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-Currently, the best known GetTor email address is gettor @ torproject.org. 
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-This should be the most current stable GetTor robot as it is operated by 
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+Currently, the best known email address to do this is gettor@torproject.org.
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+This should be the most current and stable GetTor robot as it is operated
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-<p>To ask for Tor Browser a user should send an email to GetTor robot with 
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+<p>To ask for Tor Browser, a user should send an email to GetTor robot with 
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 the first one will be considered. After the user sends a valid option, GetTor 
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 robot will reply with links to download Tor Browser from popular cloud 
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 services. For now, the only cloud service supported is Dropbox. A sample 
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-   ASC signature (32/64-bit): https://www.dropbox.com/s/y68hhrk378lygn4/torbrowser-install-4.0.1_en-US.exe.asc?dl=1
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-   Package SHA256 checksum (32/64-bit): e41078c34785e6834657d008d0c2b0b671b793b5cbc67ebc60e8d55735504a10
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 <a href="https://www.torproject.org/docs/pluggable-transports.html.en">
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-pluggable transports</a>. This guide will be provided by the GetTor
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+pluggable transports</a>. These guides will be provided by the GetTor
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 robot in the future.
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 </p>
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Fix typo on gettor page, pointed out by arma

Sebastian Hahn authored on03/12/2014 03:03:27
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 the <a href="https://www.torproject.org/docs/verifying-signatures.html.en">
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-signature verification</a> guide. After verifying that the downloaded file 
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 <a href="https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en#macosx">
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-install instructions</a> to start using Tor Browser. A user that can't 
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+install instructions</a> to start using Tor Browser. A user that can't
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 <a href="https://www.torproject.org/docs/pluggable-transports.html.en">
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Preliminary update of GetTor project

ileiva authored on26/11/2014 03:26:56
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+<p>GetTor is a program that presents alternative methods to download Tor
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update gettor email address to the correct one.

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Remove the ANNOUNCE_RSS hack as per ticket 4951

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Updated the package names for en, fr, pl

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remove the DKIM text since it is not necessary.

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somewhere along the line we stopped setting svn props

Roger Dingledine authored on11/03/2011 02:15:16
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fixed a few tags

Runa A. Sandvik authored on26/12/2010 17:34:47
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force the pre to be distinct from the other paragraphs.

Andrew Lewman authored on08/12/2010 08:07:37
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fix the mixed case in a few places.

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create the gettor projects page, closing ticket 1587.

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