[tor-relays] Overloaded state indicator on relay-search

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Thu Oct 7 10:48:29 UTC 2021

On Wednesday, October 6, 2021 8:55:01 PM CEST potlatch via tor-relays wrote:
> Tor has always been very lax at documentation--both creation and updating. 
> I've never seen a  thorough site map or directory published.  I think this
> discourages folks who would like to start a tor relay.

Mmm. I'm a stupid hobby admin with no IT background. Tor entry servers were 
the first thing I set up on rented servers in the data center. The 
TorRelayGuide on Torproject.org was easy for me.
Debian's sample torrc has always been well documented.

And micahflee's tor-relay-bootstrap script is forked a dozen times. A relay can 
be set up in just a few minutes.

The biggest problem is to find a provider where you can rent cheap unmetered 
servers and who allow exit's to operate. In addition, the provider should 
ideally be far away from DE-CIX Frankfurt and no or few other Tor servers 

And don't forget the Tor Project is a Community Project. Everyone can edit the 
Torproject.org Doku. ;-)

I can always recommend these pages to beginners:

╰_╯ Ciao Marco!

Debian GNU/Linux

It's free software and it gives you freedom!
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