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[liberationtech] Secure Email Survey
rguerra at privaterra.org
Mon Nov 25 07:40:35 PST 2013
Thanks for sharing the projects being funded.
Just out of curiosity, can you disclose the donors/ source of funding of the secure email support initiative.
On 2013-11-25, at 12:01 PM, Dan Meredith wrote:
> Hello LibTech,
> The Open Technology Fund is surveying projects working on next
> generation secure email or email-like communication. The purpose of this
> survey is to identify potential areas of collaboration, better
> understand the trade-offs made by the different projects, and to help
> the internet freedom community better understand these projects. This
> survey's findings will be published publicly to serve the above purpose.
> So far, we have invited these projects to participate:
> All these projects are working on email or email-like communication that
> departs from traditional encrypted OpenPGP or S/MIME email in one way or
> another. Although this survey only applies to asynchronous messages
> (i.e. not synchronous chat), there is a great deal of diversity among
> the approaches. Some projects are open source, some are not. Some
> projects provide services, some provide only software. There are
> centralized, federated, and peer-to-peer approaches. There are HTML5
> apps, desktop apps, mobile apps, and extensions. You get the idea.
> Please let us know if we are missing any projects.
> Below is a link to the web-based submission form:
> Alternatively, you can complete the survey in the attached text file and
> email the message to email.survey at opentechfund.org. The public key for
> that address is also attached.
> Please submit responses on or before December 1, 2013.
> Thanks in advance!
> Dan Meredith
> pgp 0x36377134
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