[tor-relays] Tor Relay Meetup #Fosdem Notes

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Wed Feb 16 00:50:19 UTC 2022

On Monday, February 7, 2022 9:55:16 PM CET gus wrote:

>   * Are there instructions for how people can report bugs to IPFire?
> Yes, look at
> https://forum.torproject.net/t/tor-relay-search-showing-location-of-some-re
> lays-incorrectly/1331 We had an example where a relay operator requested a
> change from IPFire, and it seems to have gone surprisingly smoothly and
> easily.
Yes, thanks for the hint. The Frantech/BuyVM¹ Tor relays in Luxembourg should 
be corrected soon (TM). I submitted a bug report:

After the next location database update, there should be ....
>   * Is it bad to have too many exit relays in one country? And how many is
> too many?
>     * Norway and the US and DE seems to be quite saturated already with exit
> relays:
>     NO - 37, 481 MiB/s Tor metrics numbers
>     US - 536, 4898 MiB/s
.... about 200 fewer relays in the US and be 200 more in Luxembourg.
>     DE - 329, 8206 MiB/s

¹Phew, a heck of a lot of relays on PONYNET

╰_╯ Ciao Marco!

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