Griffin Boyce requested feedback on a “very rough” version of Stormy, the simple hidden service setup wizard. “I’d love to get feedback on places where it breaks and where it could use a major structural change […] the current setup is entirely for development and should not be used as-is.”
It install the web service on the same machine as the Tor client.
Left some feedback on the mailing list.
I think it’s non-ideal to modify config files using cat/sed/echo. That
breaks sooner or later. And if later settings are supposed to be changed
in the same file, things get messy. Some suggestions…
It would be better to put the config files into (debian) packages.
Want to disable popcon? Have some package that ships a config file that
disables it. What if an existing package owns that config file? Use
config-package-dev’s  displace feature. Or have a package that
Then have packages such as hidden-service-wordpress depend on
Please consider to set timezone to UTC. Perhaps use the timezone-utc 
What about disabling tcp timestamps? Perhaps use tcp-timestamps-disable
for  that?
There is some more functionality that might be useful. List: 
You’re sure you’re not inventing a new linux distribution here?