[tor-talk] Setting up own meek servers

Jonathan Marquardt mail at parckwart.de
Wed Mar 8 15:20:13 UTC 2017

So, when meek-google was suspended, one of the recommendations for people was 
to set up their own apps in AppEngine as meek servers.


Wouldn't it be a good idea to encourage people to do so, but in a way that 
everyone and not just themselfes can benefit from that? Perhaps they could 
make them public or these things make themselfes public just like with any 
other bridge? Has this idea been discussed before?

Individual supporters running these reflectors could also cut down on costs. 
And in the case of Google AppEngine, these bridge adresses could perhaps be 
distributed using bridges.torproject.org and GetTor, so Google doesn't 
instantly notice them.
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