[tor-relays] New relay operator here
colin at torproject.org
Fri May 18 01:29:53 UTC 2018
Thank you for setting up these relays and contributing to the Tor network! I look forward to working with you in the future.
In the #tor-relays IRC channel, there are a number of TorServers people, as well as people from partner organizations. There are also a number of us on this mailing list. Are you looking specifically to contribute to TorServers, or are you hoping to team up with a local partner organization / found your own partner org?
If you’re unsure, I’d be happy to talk with you about options (as would other TS people, I’m sure). As Nusenu mentioned though, it would be helpful to know where you are based out of.
Thanks, talk soon!
> On May 17, 2018, at 2:08 PM, privatesociety Tor <tor at privatesociety.is> wrote:
> Hello tor relay community!
> I‘d like to introduce six new relays, which are operated by privatesociety, a community of people, which fighting for privacy based in europe. The six relays provide a capacity of around 300 mbit/s (total) and are hosted on networks, which aren‘t much used - so better for the tor community. I hope we are working great together. :)
> Look at meetrics for more details:
> https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.html#search/family:7AF3F4E88A5AE224DB775732A52731C8E54208A6 <https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.html#search/family:7AF3F4E88A5AE224DB775732A52731C8E54208A6>
> Anyway: We are maybe setting up an exit in the future, but for this we‘d like to join forces with other exit operators like TORSERVERS.net to have better connections in case of problems. Does anyone have contacts, which could be helpful?
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> tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
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