[tor-talk] Project Gutenberg
developerchris at rebel.com.au
Fri Nov 1 07:47:33 UTC 2013
Whats up with this dickhead?
On 01/11/2013 4:03 AM, antispam06 at sent.at wrote:
> On 31.10.2013 07:29, DeveloperChris wrote:
>> Project Gutenberg wouldn't block proxies without good reason. The
>> trouble is without knowing the reason its hard to find a fix.
>> One possible reason hinted in the message is they have bandwidth issues.
>> Which raises an interesting thought. Interesting to me anyway.
>> Could exit nodes act as caches. I know that would introduce a number of
>> issues including a compromised exit node revealing what was retrieved by
>> that node (but not whom for) so if it was limited to a few popular
>> 'safe' sites it could help alleviate those sites from some of the
>> traffic burden.
>> This is only an idea. Perhaps a bad one but I just wanted to float it if
>> it hasn't been floated before.
>> There is probably a number of Tor users who cannot get access to illegal
>> books such as the bible or ones about democracy or even science fiction
>> through any other way than Tor. It is a shame to see such a repository
>> behaving that way.
> Gee! You can read. I'm impressed. You're a big boy now!
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