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* It's unlikely that code contributions would be able to remain sufficiently anonymous to keep the contributor safe.
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To remain more anonymous, please keep traceable, electronic, communication to a minimum. If possible, please meet with a member of the project in person to discuss your concerns and to allow them to champion your contributions. If electronic communications are necessary (when personal meetings or other out-of-band communications are impossible or overly difficult), options include:
IRC :: Connect to the #freedombox channel on irc://irc.oftc.net over Tor and use a pseudonym to introduce yourself there.
Email :: Send a project member an email that's encrypted to their PGP key. Email never encrypts headers or subject lines, so the e-mail should not reveal information in its subject line and will always expose your email address and the fact that a communication took place between the two parties. Email attachments are generally not encrypted, so files should be pasted into the email, not attached.
:: See (Basic Email Safety)[http://flossmanuals.net/basic-internet-security/ch022_introduction-to-email-safety] and (Basic Email Encryption)[http://flossmanuals.net/basic-internet-security/ch027_mail-encryption-gpg] for details.
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The fundamental problem is that communicating always shows that a communication happened, among other details. The question is how easy it is for an observer to identify what was said or who said (or heard) it. Different communication methods make it easier or more difficult to figure out different details.
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|If you need to be anonymous to be able to contribute to this project safely, then please do not put yourself at risk by trying to contribute code to the project anonymously.|
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- Without guidance from the TAC, I'm unclear whether they even want anonymous contributions of code.
- It's unlikely that code contributions would be able to remain sufficiently anonymous to keep the contributor safe.
If you need to be anonymous to be able to contribute to this project safely, then please do not put yourself at risk by trying to contribute code to the project anonymously.