[tor-relays] 10 Years Torservers.net: Death or Future?
virii at enn.lu
Tue May 7 17:50:00 UTC 2019
I'm very sad to read this but I totally understand you. Running such an
organization is not easy and even a bit ungrateful. Never the less we
from FVDE want to thank you and everybody behind torservers.net and
Zwiebelfreunde e.V. It has been a hell of a ride and maybe you are right
and the retreat of one organization makes room for others to grow.
All the best
> On 04.05.19 17:21, Ralph Seichter wrote:
>>> This is a call for help!
>> I offered to help last year, but my email to your support address did
>> not result in an answer, so I pretty much shrugged it off. I'm sure I
>> can find that message and forward it to you.
> Thank you. This is a good illustration of how this is broken, and how on
> all ends this just leads to frustration.
> Your mails are still there waiting to be answered, together with lots of
> other mail, marked as unread. They were NOT ignored, just nobody found
> the time to answer them yet. I have literally hundreds of mail sitting
> in my inbox waiting be answered some day, many of them older than a year.
> I send you and all the others who have been offering assistance warm
> greetings and a thank-you, but we need someone to step up as
> coordinator. All I can offer at this point is communication
> infrastructure so that a new group can form and self-coordinate, like
> our IRC channels (#torservers, #zwiebelfreunde), and our dormant mailing
> lists (e.g. https://www.freelists.org/list/torservers ).
> Maybe the better option is indeed to just celebrate its 10 years of
> existence and kill it gracefully, to make room to let a new group form
> independently, instead of waiting for someone to inherit it together
> with the complexity and expectation to stick to the principles behind it.
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