[tor-relays] Opt-In Trial: Fallback Directory Mirrors
12xbtm at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 17:09:20 UTC 2015
I'm not on the list and wish to opt-in (for future releases I suppose).
My relay, 00C4B4731658D3B4987132A3F77100CFCB190D97 , does not fit the
criteria because it's an exit node, but my exit node does not experience
high load, and averages out at about ~60% capacity by bandwidth and <50%
by processing, so I'm interested in contributing as much as I can.
On 17.12.15 9:07, Nick Mathewson wrote:
> TL;DR: Stable non-exit relays can help tor clients use the Tor
> network. Please opt-in!
> We want to run a trial of fallback directory mirrors (fallbacks) in
> Tor. Tor clients contact fallbacks to download the consensus during
> initial bootstrap, before they contact the directory authorities.
> Fallbacks allow Tor to bootstrap in networks that block the Tor
> directory authorities. This allows people to use Tor without manually
> configuring bridges or pluggable transports.
> For more information about fallbacks, see:
> For this trial, we want to find around 100 stable non-exit relays, as
> exits currently experience high load.
> We want relays that expect to be stable for the next 2 years, with:
> good uptime,
> the same IP address(es) and port,
> the same relay identity key,
> good bandwidth and network connectivity.
> In December 2015, we created a list of ~400 candidate fallbacks.
> If your relay is on this list, and you expect it to be on the same IP
> address(es) and port for at least 2 years, please consider opting-in
> for this trial. (Relays that aren't on the list are welcome to opt-in.
> They will be considered in future releases, or if the selection
> criteria change.)
> For the initial fallback release, we will only add your relay if you
> opt in. Please reply on the tor-relays mailing list, if you are able.
> (Opt-ins, opt-outs, and fallbacks chosen for inclusion in tor, will be
> managed using lists in the publicly available tor git repository.)
> all best wishes, & thanks for running Tor!
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