[tor-relays] Hello

Nathaniel Suchy me at lunorian.is
Thu Apr 4 20:08:00 UTC 2019

Following up,

I am not longer associated with Greypony IT nor Mr. Rockenhaus. If Mr.
Rockenhaus decides to discuss his next Tor Exit Hosting Service do know
that I am not involved with said messages. Please do not contact me
requesting them to stop as I have no say or control over what Mr.
Roceknhaus and his company does.

Please do not name-call me "Nathaniel 'Cordially' Suchy" for providing
everyone with a friendly, warm, and respectful response to every message
on the mailing list.

In the past I believe Thor mentioned that the relays list should be
moderated. That should be considered if the spam starts again. Likewise
my clarifications are over and my request for not name-calling me has
been made.

Nathaniel Suchy

Old Man Tor:
> Sorry to hear that, that's really unfortunate and I would never want to wish that upon anyone. I wish you a speedy recovery with hopefully no lasting side effects.
> That said, it has been a GOOD amount of quiet while you've been gone.
> For the love of god/shiva/onions, please don't let these new relays turn into Conrad and Nathaniel 'Cordially' Suchy's DeadGreyPonyIT show again.
> No one else cares about you and your confused lackeys attempts to be big-boy tor relay operators.
> If you wish to join the network again, please do it in the style of someone respectable like Quintex - He just 'does' it, and doesn't clog up everyone's inboxes with useless messages about new nodes/downtime/'customers'/things that should be experimented with or tested on your own first. It's not a competition to get the fastest speeds from a box, the most nodes (maybe a personal goal, being mindful of operator percentages) or anything else. We're just here for the bigger cause.
> We, and all tor users appreciate your efforts in running a relay of any kind, we can just do without the 'look at me' circus again.
> Love,
> Old Man Tor.
> [Sent from a throwaway account, over Tor of course. Cowardly, but I said what needed to be said that a lot of other relay operators are thinking but are too scared to say.]
> From:Conrad Rockenhaus<conrad at rockenhaus.com>
> Date: Thu Apr 4 04:48:01 UTC 2019
> Subject: [tor-relays] Hello
> To: Tor Relay Mailinglist <tor-relays at lists.torproject.org>
> Hi Tor-Relays,
> I apologize that I just disappeared, I wound up with a massive stroke
> last year which was more significant than the last one and was
> hospitalized longer for recovery and rehabilitation. Things just kind
> of fell to the wayside since it's kind of hard to computer when you
> can't computer :P.
> Anyway, I've been home for the past few weeks and starting to get back
> into my old hobbies again. I brought two new exit relays up in NYC,
> one Linux, and one FreeBSD on 1 Gb/s Links. I have another FreeBSD box
> in NYC on a 1 Gb/s link that I'm trying to think if I should make an
> exit relay or just a regular relay.
> Relay names - greyponyitnyc001 and greyponyitnyc002.
> I hope everyone is having a good day!
> --
> Conrad Rockenhaus
> https://www.rockenhaus.com
> Cell: (254) 292-3350
> Fax: (254) 875-0459
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