Just wanted to introduce myself (mig5) - I’ve recently taken on the role of sysadmin of the Whonix infrastructure, after Patrick sought me out!
Some of you (waves to @iry) may recognise my handle from OnionShare which I work on with Micah Lee. I’ve also contributed some (very) small bits and pieces to QubesOS over the years. In other words I’m well aligned with the principles of Whonix and other such projects.
I’d like to take the opportunity to pay my respects to @fortasse who has done a superb (and enormous) job looking after the infrastructure. It’s very pleasant to get to grips with a server that has been maintained and configured well.
Looking forward to working with the community and the infrastructure (already some big upgrades/fixes/improvements achieved in a short space of time, and lots to do yet).
P.S I know it’s maybe weird to see a new sysadmin appear out of the blue especially on a security-related project. I think @Patrick may confirm this soon.
Now, back to looking at Content-Security-Policy headers
Glad to have you on board and just in time for the Whonix 14 default to .onion repos. I have to say based on all you’ve accomplished in the short amount of time you’ve been with us. Where in the hands of a very talented and accomplished sysadmin.
Please be aware that @mig5 works with Whonix under contract and not as a volunteer. Maintaining Whonix infrastructure costs money in terms of manhours. For these reasons, please don’t tag @mig5 in website issues reports when, so that I can triage/prioritise issues before escalating them to @mig5.