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?
- Have a permanent link on https://www.torproject.org
- Have a permanent link on https://blog.torproject.org
- Have a permanent link irc.oftc.net #Tor
- When you start "tor", it says "Tor can't help if you use it wrong", add a link to this site there as well.
- Tor Browsers local start page should include a link to The Tor Project's support channels as well.
- Have a permanent link on The Tor Project's support channels page as well.
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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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:
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:
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.
Some other SE sites have a tor 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.