The Tor community is made up of all kinds of contributors. Some people write documentation and bug reports, while others hold Tor events and conduct outreach. Whether you have a lot of time to volunteer or a little, and whether you consider yourself technical or not, we want you to join our community, too. Below you'll find some different ways to volunteer with the Tor community as well as resources to help you help Tor.

Project Ideas

Some project ideas for GSoC.

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Anti-Censorship Team

The anti-censorship team is a group of Tor people who make Tor reachable anywhere in the world.

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Applications Team

The Applications Team is a group of Tor people who are working on different user facing products.

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Metrics Team

The Metrics Team is a group of Tor people who care about measuring and analyzing things in the public Tor network.

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Network Team

The Network Team is a group of Tor people who are working on the Tor back-end.

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Network Health Team

The Network Health Team coordinates network performance and scalability work as well as other network health related tasks.

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Tor Ecosystem

Here are some other organisations and teams that form part of the wider Tor Ecosystem

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Research

Many people around the world are doing research on how to improve the Tor design, what's going on in the Tor network, and more generally on attacks and defenses for anonymous communication systems. Our research portal holds the resources we provide to help make your Tor research more effective.

Research Portal

Project Ideas

Here you will find some projects that may be good ideas for Outreachy, Google Summer of Code or other internship programs we may participate in in future.

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