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zer0crash wrote

Facebook Groups are untapped potential. And the best way I can see to get in those is by making sure the embedded snippet for a raddle link looks great in facebook (or anywhere really). I think this is a combination of including Meta and Schema tags on the raddle link, but also having a unique image from each link, taken from the linked page.

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sudo wrote

It'd be nice, but I don't think anyone here wants to use facebook to make sure it works, or to plug us there. If someone does, though, then we could go for it (actually, what they need is a lecture on opsec).

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zer0crash wrote (edited )

Very much agreed with opsec, and its pretty well known fedbook is now merely am extension of the NSA. But in the context of expanding our userbase we may have to meet people where they are at unfortunately, lest we slide into obscurity. 2017 and onward will continue to be a practice of balancing security and promoting public awareness.

I've had this idea to promote people using Tor in particular: Pages with mixed regular http content and onion content! It could even be a puzzle, where one could only see all the pieces when browsing with tor.

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sudo wrote

Good point. I suppose it should be someone who doesn't live in a "Five Eyes" country, since they would be less at risk for using Facebook.

As for the Tor thing, I'm doing something similar by making all my intra-raddle links onion links by default, and then having a separate, non-onion link right beside them, like at the top of this post.