1) Re: above -> Done.
(Additional edits are looking much better without pronouns and better stylistic formatting as we agreed further above.)
2) Also, shouldn’t the license page be:
Copyright © 2012 - 2017
If not, at a minimum there should be an additional space after the hyphen.
3) Template:FoxyProxy looks well out of date and messy.
It mentions 6 steps, but there are only 3 steps in there.
Do you want me to test FoxyProxy with Tor Browser 7.0a2 using Goldstein’s method of disabling sig verification and fix up the entry?
I think also we can lose all references to the “hardened” Tor Browser since that will die very shortly.
4) Next Tor Browser release.
I understand that the next release (?) will have FF ESR 52 applied to the Alpha series of Tor Browser (but not the normal release series). So, with e10s applied and a lot of changes, this will no doubt screw with Whonix settings in some way, shape or form.
Have you tried the nighties from The Tor Project to check general compatibility?
I’m happy to also run a test in Whonix 13 if you like. The chances of this working like a dream I think are remote (see Tor Trac issues around ESR 52 - many, many bugs, patches, fixups and strange behaviours).
5) I realize bullet points are a grammatical nightmare of their own.
Technically the rules are:
a) Bullet points don’t need the first letter of the first word to be capitalized unless the bullet points comprise a full sentence e.g.
These are okay:
- multiple Whonix-Workstation TemplateVMs
- Always check that the GPG timestamp makes sense.
b) But technically the following are NOT okay:
- Multiple Whonix-Workstation TemplateVMs
- always check that the GPG timstamp makes sense
- Always check that the GPG timestamp makes sense
c) The other accepted method is having bullet points finish with a semi-colon, a period for the last bullet point, and using a conjunction on the second-last bullet point e.g. “and” “or” “and/or”. This is the British English style, applies in certain industry standards etc. For example, these are okay:
- signature verification; and
- checking the signing key.
- Make sure you download the Whonix-Workstation and Whonix-Gateway virtual images; and
- Verify the images after downloading them.
d) All of these same rules apply to numbered lists
e) Many websites ignore these rules e.g. the Qubes website that capitalizes the first word and doesn’t end the bullet points in a period. Probably because it looks better.
I think we should adopt the most commonly accepted method i.e. part a). Right now we have a mix of all of the above throughout the entire wiki…