[tor-project] Nina's Monthly Status Report, April 2022

Hi, that's my monthly report for April 2022

   Telegram tickets answered and solved - 554
   Tickets received by email (frontdesk) answered and solved - 189
   Total: 743
This month I took part in the Samsung S22 bug investigation[1] and
spotted some issues with cdr.link[2]. Fortunately, minor ones.
In April, we managed to get some feedback on censorship in
Turkmenistan[3] and test some ways to circumvent it. Private bridges
worked best.

This month @ggus, @championquizzer, and I had a Ticket triage and
backlog session for frontdesk tickets.

I put some effort into educating as many users as possible about our bot
https://t.me/@getbridgesbot so that they could get bridges anytime and
immediately. That makes their experience using Tor Browser better and
gives us more space to communicate with alpha-testers.

[1] Bug in rendering webpages (#40216) · Issues · The Tor Project / Applications / fenix · GitLab
[2] [cdr.link] we are receiving less support requests than average and some slowness while interacting with the web interface (#40078) · Issues · The Tor Project / Community / Support · GitLab
Blocking of Snowflake in Turkmenistan, 2021-10-24 (#40024) · Issues · The Tor Project / Anti-censorship / censorship-analysis · GitLab
[Turkmenistan] Number of directly connecting users is going down (#40029) · Issues · The Tor Project / Anti-censorship / censorship-analysis · GitLab


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