Why was Tor Flashproxy Badge created?
I really liked the idea of Cupcake for Chrome, which basically does the same.
Also I think most people would love to help out with buiding a bridge for censored people. Everyone loves the freedom that the internet brings. However not so many people know what or how to help. With the Tor Flashproxy Badge I want to create an extension that you can install and forget about, knowing you have done something good. The Tor Flashproxy Badge doesn't care about your technical skills or how much time you have. You install it and you are set and that's exactly why I created it.
What's next for Tor Flashproxy Badge
I hope I can find a way to make it prettier. Maybe I could also display the number of useres we already helped.
About the Developer
|User since||April 25, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 add-on|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
Who is Christian Sturm?
<i>Lover of the open and free web with a passion for programming.</i><br/><br/>I am just an ordinary programmer and computer enthusiast who happens to like projects that help people. Concepts like P2P and Distributed Computing projects always fascinated me, for they are a lot about helping each other, using everyones skills and interests, sharing tools and thoughts, ...<br/><br/>In that regard I also think the internet in general is one of the greatest tools for these kinds of things and since Mozilla is all about being open and share I really love this community.