[tor] Re: codero

  • From: Softail <black98fxstc@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: torservers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 13:02:56 -0700

I definitely want to run a relay and/or a bridge.

I'm not sure about an exit,. I'd like to but I want to do other stuff and
don't want problems. Probably makes more sense to donate to yours for now.

If I do run a relay is it appropriate and/or beneficial to do it as part of
torservers or is that really only for servers you control directly?

On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Moritz Bartl <moritz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> Hi,
> Sorry for getting back to you so late. The owner of codero.com contacted
> us and donated a server, but it went offline some months ago and he
> promised us a new one. He seems to be quite busy, and since it is a
> donated server, I didn't want to press him on anything.
> Do you want to run an exit? I would guess you can try it. A relay
> without too many exit ports should not be a problem.
> On 12.06.2011 09:39, Softail wrote:
> > I'm looking to run a Tor relay in North America somewhere. codero.comhas
> > some deals on that look attractive. I found them since they are listed as
> > sponsoring the wau relay. However that appears to be offline and there is
> > nothing about them in the Wiki. Their AUP forbids open proxies so I
> wonder
> > about a relay.
> >
> > Anyone know something more concrete?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> --
> Moritz Bartl
> https://www.torservers.net/

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