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Should we just see if anybody i the Tor irc channel wants an invite to the beta (private or public) and does anybody know anybody that would be a great person to have on the site to answer questions?

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Update:
I agree, the link should only be shared once the page is in public beta. I didn't spend much thought on the private beta, since it's hopefully soon over anyway.

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This answer is now obsolete.


Till the site is in private beta, please do not post site links anywhere. Anybody trying to access the site will just get to see this:

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Right now, you should use the the invite interface on the main site to get your friends, colleagues, anyone interested in Tor, on the site:

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  • I agree, the link should only be shared once the page is in public beta. I didn't spend much thought on the private beta, since it's hopefully soon over anyway. Updated my answer. – adrelanos Sep 28 '13 at 4:24
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I disagree about:

  • The Tor log

I even dislike to read "Tor can't help if you use it wrong" every single time I start tor. Even if I'm not using Tor I see this warning.

Anyway, I don't think the Tor log should be cluttered with support links.

The rest I totally agree with once Stack-Exchange can be safely used over Tor. This is part of it.

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Some other SE sites have a tag. I don't know if it is possible, but if someone tags a question with tor, SE could show a hint that there is Tor.SE.

  • That is probably not going to happen. What some users do in the Network is that they follow tags on other SE sites that they frequent and when they come across such questions, they flag it for migration. – asheeshr Oct 8 '13 at 0:03
  • You could always edit the tag wiki for Tor on those other sites to point out that there's Tor.SE. – Sam Whited Oct 8 '13 at 0:37

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