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Updates all Relay Search URLs to new location (Fixes: #25286)

Signed-off-by: hiro <hiro@torproject.org>

Iain R. Learmonth authored on 17/02/2018 14:41:06 • hiro committed on 02/04/2018 19:06:38
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Updates references for Atlas, Globe and Compass (Fixes: #24459)

* Atlas is now known as Relay Search
* Compass will soon no longer be running at compass.torproject.org
* Globe has been not running for a while now

Iain R. Learmonth authored on 03/12/2017 20:16:22 • hiromipaw committed on 07/02/2018 11:16:28
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     Remember that these lists may not be as accurate as what your Tor
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     client uses, because your client fetches its own directory information and
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the old <spectree> tag got messed up by one of the gitweb updates

just use <specblob> everywhere now.

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link to the surprise third blog post in the series

Roger Dingledine authored on 10/11/2017 23:57:00
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     <a href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/projects/design-paper/tor-design.pdf">PDF</a> and
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     <a href="https://blog.torproject.org/blog/top-changes-tor-2004-design-paper-part-1">part one</a>,
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+    <a href="https://blog.torproject.org/blog/top-changes-tor-2004-design-paper-part-2">part two</a>,
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the weis paper is cool and all, but it was cooler 10 years ago

Roger Dingledine authored on 17/04/2016 03:16:50
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     <a href="https://blog.torproject.org/blog/top-changes-tor-2004-design-paper-part-1">part one</a>,
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     <a href="https://blog.torproject.org/blog/top-changes-tor-2004-design-paper-part-2">part two</a>.
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i changed my mind about the mailing lists

the documentation page should transition to be about documenting
the tor *project*, not the tor software.

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+    mailing lists</a>. New users will be most interested in:</p>
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those key links at the top are not so useful now. get rid of them.

Roger Dingledine authored on 17/04/2016 03:00:06
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drop the detailed mailing list discussion, since we have a wiki page for it

if somebody wants to go make the wiki page more welcoming, that would
be grand.

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Replaced "the Tor Browser Bundle" in active docs.

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swap out the 'challenges' paper for nickm and steven's eight updates

Roger Dingledine authored on 11/10/2014 02:17:41
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we were still telling people about torbutton? for reals?

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maint-0.2.1 and maint-0.2.2 are long gone. but rather than fixing the numbers, get rid of the whole line. future-proof this!

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update more references to torbutton

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a new item d on #UpToSpeed: a link to the tor stackexchange

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stats is a word, but it wasn't the right word.

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fix a link

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2006 and 2007 are so, well, 2006 and 2007.

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tell people about the projects page, and the 29c3 video

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added Compass to Neat Links section

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address ticket 7651.

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add a youtube link for my internet days talk too, for those who don't know what an mp4 is

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you don't need firefox installed before trying tbb

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Added tor-reports mailing list

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dir-spec-v1 is obsolete; don't link to it anymore

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point to the slides for my sweden talk too

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reorder a bit

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make the tor browser design document more known

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link to some more censorship links

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It's 'Atlas', not 'Atlas TorStatus'.

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Add a TorStatus project page for Atlas, mOnionO, and Onionoo.

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tell people to fetch tor from git in a more secure way

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Remove xenobite references

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Fixed link to Sponsor TODO list

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Update wiki links

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link to the sponsor todo lists rather than the outdated TODO file in git, attempt to resolve ticket 1881.

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Link to the stable version of the manpage

Fixes bug 2975, reported by HG2G. Thanks!

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finally provide a more up-to-date tor intro video

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update to reflect new mailing list location

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point people to the 25c3 talk too.

we really ought to replace the wth talk sometime.

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Link to the new FAQ page, not the wiki FAQ

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Fix links that broke due to splitting the spec in its own repo

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migrate the lists in our docs too.

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