Contributing to OONI test list
Submitted by chinmayi s k (@chinmayi) on Monday, 10 February 2020
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Due to bandwidth constraints, testing most websites on the internet is not practical.Censorship measurement projects like OONI rely on a global community of volunteers who run censorship measurement tests from local vantage points.The Citizen Lab hosts a GitHub repository that consists of multiple test lists that are meant to be measured for internet censorship. OONI and other project rely on this test list to provide censorship measurement.
In this session I will be sharing the process to contibute to the OONI test list and my learning from contributing to the India test list.
In this session I intend to take you though the following
Why should you care about the test list?
How do you contribute to this list?
Introduction to the structure of the list
Chinmayi works on issues of gender and digital rights with The Bachchao Project.She is a technologist and works with women communities in the North-East India on the issues of Internet access and Censorship.