[Haskell-cafe] Tor project
mike at proclivis.com
Thu Jul 31 13:28:30 UTC 2014
Gee, complete sentences with bad spelling! I mean attack surface. Basically, its a question whether the total outcome would be better than what we have today.
On Jul 31, 2014, at 7:05 AM, Michael Jones <mike at proclivis.com> wrote:
> I’ll make a question out of it:
> Is anyone working on a Haskell project compatible with Tor? Library, Server, Browser, etc.
> Is anyone interested in such a project?
> Would the Haskell Runtime and TLS modules have any time dependent behavior that would make encryption harder/easier to break than C implementations? Basically, is the TLS attach surface smaller or larger than openssl and is there any data to support claims of such?
> On Jul 30, 2014, at 10:53 PM, Bardur Arantsson <spam at scientician.net> wrote:
>> On 2014-07-31 05:42, Vasili I. Galchin wrote:
>>> Haskell contributions to http://www.torproject.org .. .any thoughts ??
>> Uh... what?
>> In case it isn't clear: Posting incoherent one-liners which seem to be
>> missing several words (such as your post above) and posts which don't
>> seem to carry any content* (your other post today) isn't particularly
>> useful or welcome around here.
>> Despite what some might claim about the Haskell community, we aren't
>> mind readers. You need to add a few more words to explain what you're
>> trying to say and/or ask, so that people other than you can understand.
>> *) Apart from vague mentions of "mutability" and two links which on the
>> face of it don't have much (if anything) to do with each other.
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