Commit 3937cdc6 authored by David Goulet's avatar David Goulet

Fix some outdated text in the about.html

Signed-off-by: default avatarDavid Goulet <dgoulet@ev0ke.net>
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<h2 class=featurette-heading>About OTR.im</h2>
<p><a href="https://otr.im/">Otr.im</a> was started to strengthen the OTR community by providing a hub
where developers can find each other, improve their respective projects
and contribute to the OTR community.</p>
and contribute to the OTR community.</p>
<p><a href="https://otr.cypherpunks.ca/index.php#downloads" target="_blank">Libotr</a> is now accessible using a
new <a href="https://bugs.otr.im/" target="_blank">bugtracker</a>.
This bugtracker is a new place for contributing to the reference
implementation, libotr.</p>
<p>We also want to provide new and/or existing
projects with hosting, i.e, giving them access to the bugtracker and
git repositories. As of now, along with libotr, the pidgin-otr plugin is
also hosted there.</p>
<p>However, OTR.im is not a replacement for <a href="https://otr.cypherpunks.ca/" target="_blank">otr.cypherpunks.ca</a>,
<p>We also want to provide new and/or existing projects with
hosting, i.e, giving them access to the bugtracker and git
repositories. As of now, along with <a href="https://bugs.otr.im/projects/libotr" target="_blank">libotr</a>, the <a
href="https://bugs.otr.im/projects/pidgin-otr" target="_blank">pidgin-otr</a> plugin is also hosted here.</p>
<p>However, OTR.im is not a replacement for <a href="https://otr.cypherpunks.ca/" target="_blank">otr.cypherpunks.ca</a>,
it is merely an addition to the community as a whole and a way to do the
project hosting.</p>
<p>There has been increased interest in OTR and <a href="https://blog.crypto.cat/2014/01/mpotr-project-plan/" target="_blank">mpOTR</a> the past few months.
In April 2014, the <a href="http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/pkg-otr-team/Week-of-Mon-20140331/000367.html" target="_blank">Debian OTR team</a> has been announced.
Furthermore, a group of cryptographers and developers is working on an mpOTR specification, which would allow more than 2 people to chat with each other using end-to-end encryption.</p>
<p>This initiative was brought to you by the <a href="https://useotrproject.org/" target="_blank">useotr</a> folks, who are dedicated to strengthen the OTR ecosystem and bridging gaps between users and developers.<br />
Since Snowden's revelations have been published the need for secure end-to-end communication has become clearer.
We aim to help out with providing that. In collaboration with the libotr authors and the various implementation developers.</p>
<p>Last but not least, <a href="https://bugs.otr.im/" target="_blank">get involved</a>.</p>
Since Snowden's revelations have been published, the need for
secure end-to-end communication has become clearer. We aim to
help out with providing that. In collaboration with the libotr
authors and the various OTR implementation developers.</p>
<p>Last but not least, <a href="https://bugs.otr.im/" target="_blank">get involved</a>!</p>
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