[tor-relays] 10 Years Torservers.net: Death or Future?

Chris Kerr chris.kerr at mykolab.ch
Sun May 12 19:17:18 UTC 2019

On Saturday, 4 May 2019 11:57:24 CEST Moritz Bartl wrote:
> The only capacity I can offer is that we *need* someone to step up, and grab 
> me at some event in meatspace. Ideally at that point that person is willing 
> to have the A record pointed at some new place under their control, and we 
> can begin the transition. Otherwise we will probably simply kill it for the
> 10 years anniversary, and finally make room for something new altogether.
> This is a call for help!

I have been thinking about this for the past week (and hoping that someone 
else would step forward) and have come to the conclusion that:
(1) I care enough about internet freedom to sacrifice considerable amounts of 
my own time towards it, and
(2) if the alternative is letting torservers.net die, then helping out there 
is the best way I could use that time.

I don't think I could do everything, nor would it be desirable for so much to 
depend on one person. However, I am sure that there are a lot of things that 
need to be done which are also within my capabilities.

> My dream would be to celebrate this with a fresh board at Zwiebelfreunde
> that has taken over the association, and another group that coordinates the
> international platform that torservers.net was meant to be(come).

It would be great to see something like this happen. Who else would like to 
take part? Where else could we look for interested people? "grarpamp" 
> So be sure to seek through CCC / WauH networks too.
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