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[liberationtech] CryptoParty Handbook

Brian Conley brianc at smallworldnews.tv
Thu Oct 4 19:02:10 PDT 2012


If someone wanted to make an edit, what is the best way to note that or
redistribute a derivative work?

Thanks for the hard work!
On Oct 4, 2012 9:27 PM, "Asher Wolf" <asherwolf at cryptoparty.org> wrote:

> As one of the people asked to participate in the writing in the
> CryptoParty Handbook, I was initially concerned about the speed at which
> it was being produced.
>
> However, noting the need for crowd-sourced participation on the text,
> and the number of attempts to vandalize the document, I do believe it
> was necessary to publish a first, open-ended version asap, to give
> people something to build on.
>
> The core idea was to maintain the Handbook as an open document, that can
> have content added, deleted, and altered at anytime.
>
> I would invite everyone to participate, in helping to make the
> CryptoParty Handbook a better resource for everyone.
>
> https://cryptoparty.org/wiki/CryptoPartyHandbook
>
> Currently the portal for making additions and alterations to the
> handbook is closed due to vandalism, but I will gladly pass on any
> relevant info to be added or changed to the book.
>
> Please feel free to email me: asherwolf [at] cryptoparty [dot] org
>
> - Asher Wolf
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