[tor-relays] Shutdown of TorLand1

David Goulet dgoulet at torproject.org
Wed Feb 15 22:44:10 UTC 2017

On 15 Feb (21:55:48), tor-admin at torland.is wrote:
> Hi all,
> after 5 years of operation I will shutdown TorLand1 
> (https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/E1E922A20AF608728824A620BADC6EFC8CB8C2B8) 
> on February 17 2017. 
> During the time of operation it pumped almost 6 PetaByte of exit traffic. 
> Compared to the amount of traffic, the number of complains were quite low. 
> Around 1-2 complains per week with a reduced exit policy. Two times I was 
> contacted by LE via email. 
> When I started the exit relay there were around 20-30 high capacity relays 
> available. Today compass shows 180 95+ MBit/s exits. TorLand1 was operated and 
> paid by me without an organization like torservers, nos onions, etc. 
> I hope others will step up and run high capacity exits. The Tor network needs 
> your help. I will continue to run a meek bridge. 

HUGE thanks for your contribution! It's is really unaccountable how much
that helped the network and thus the world :).

Again, BIG thanks!

> Regards,
> torland
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