1) License wiki entry -> (Already) Fixed
2) Template:Build_Documentation_apt-cache -> Fixed
3) Template:Control_Port_Filter_Python_Profile_Add -> Fixed
Added some text there (but check if it’s right, because I know nothing about the control port filter)
4) Wiki Main Page -> Fixed.
E.g. semi-colon issue and changed text slightly re: what Tor protects from, since anyone with end-to-end netflow correlation attack ability can screw over Tor users. Before, the text read like Tor is a silver bullet.
5) Security Guide -> Fixed.
A million little things. Also noted deprecation of hardened Tor browser and the Alpha series picking up ASan and Selfrando protections after April release of Tor Browser
1) Remove extra text from Template:Design_Introduction and move to a wiki thread if you create one.
How about creating an extra entry under “Miscellaneous” on the main wiki page e.g. something like “Whonix Wiki Editing Guidelines” or similar? If you do that, I’ll separate purely stylistic issues from grammatical issues.
2) Try Tor Browser nightly for Whonix compatibility (I bet it doesn’t work, but we’ll see)
3) Attempt Foxy Proxy steps and follow up with the other forum thread users to check correctness for a Wiki entry
4) Test Whonix wiki back-up script
5) Edit Bridges wiki entry for simplicity since users keep posting about it in the forums (it can be improved, particularly the output re: what the torrc file should look like)
6) Add Micah Lee’s expose of Subgraph to the Subgraph OS comparisons page
7) Keeping on head-banging the second round of wiki templates.
The horror, the horror…