Sometimes I am considering to deploy:
- a plain Debian-OneVM, just Debian ova / libvirt / raw images ready for download and use inside virtualizers.
- a self-contained Anon-OneVM (less security, but easier to deploy and use)
- the non-self-contained, host-depending OneVM concept which depends on the host is unattractive (complicated, less security).
Maybe there is better naming than OneVM?
Deploying a self-contained Anon-OneVM looks close because:
- Whonix-Gateway’s own traffic has always been torified. I expect it’s doable effort to think and code it through more to make it into a secure, anonymous Anon-OneVM .
On the other hand, deploying a self-contained Anon-OneVM is unlikely because:
- would require rebranding so it won’t get confused with Whonix
- would require a separate project page distinct from the Whonix brand to avoid generating confusion (separate project, separate website, wiki, issue tracker, forum?)
- lack of time
Deploying a plain Debian-OneVM has still faint hope:
- doesn’t require much added maintenance burden
- would probably just a project page on some project hosting website (gitlab or something)
- low support project: only answering to good bug reports and pull requests, otherwise not giving support