Commit f5305a64 authored by T(A)ILS developers's avatar T(A)ILS developers
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Design draft: integrated some of the LiveCDBestPractices.

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- parts of the [Live CD Best
Practices](https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/TheOnionRouter/LiveCDBestPractices)
document on the Tor wiki that could be worth merging:
* the "Goals" part is probably worth merging in the specification
* the part about default Firefox bookmarks needs to be investigated
* the part about disabling HTTP keepalive needs to be thought of
* oh! we don't talk about swap yet
* recommending a public source code repository (SVN, Git...) seems
like a good idea: it eases tracking changes and thus makes the peer
review process quicker
* the *Reproducibility* section is probably worth merging in the
specification
- be more explicit about the post-mortem forensics issue. There might
not be much to say but I think that it should at least be mentioned
in the requirements, part 2:
......@@ -459,6 +453,18 @@ developers (email, web forum, bug tracker, shipped-within application,
...). Efforts should be made to offer the most anonymous (or at least
pseudonymous) possible way to send this feedback.
### 2.9.5 Easing peer reviews
Having others than the PELD developers watching the configuration
choices made to implement the PELD is a necessity to harden the security
and privacy of its users. Thus every difficult choices should be well
documented on a publicly available website and/or directly on the live
system, mentionning what feature this choices intent to implement, and
how they do. The source code should also be made easy to find and read,
thus peer reviewing of the code and configurations would be eased. From
this source code, peers should be able to completly build and reproduce
the PELD implementation, and the steps to do so should be easy to find.
# 3 Implementation
T(A)ILS is an implementation of the PELD specification above. It is
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