Perhaps your new role would cover this - I understand from the list that the
uneven distribution of the Tor network around the world is a concern. My first
thought is that I should run a relay in India, which has a robust internet, and
speaks English. However, I don't know whom to contact over there to set
something up. I was wondering if it might be worth producing a list of ISPs
and urls in preferred geographically distributed countries.
Maybe we have this resource already, but the closest page I've found is the
Good/Bad ISPs page:
but that includes mostly countries with high percentages of tor relays, and is
mostly about ISP responses to exit nodes.
If I were a new person who wanted to run a relay, I would probably use the
cloud provider I know about or have connections with already. If I had a list
of providers/urls in other countries, however, there would be a better chance I
would set it up somewhere else.
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On May 16, 2018 11:47 AM, Colin Childs <co...@torproject.org> wrote:
> Hello tor-relays!
> My name is Colin Childs, I have been the support and translation coordinator
> at the Tor Project for a number of years. I am also a founding director of a
> TorServers partner named Coldhak here in Canada.
> Recently, my role within the Tor Project has changed, and I am starting as
> the new relay advocate (as well as localization coordinator, until this
> responsibility can be reassigned). My job will be improving the health /
> happiness of the relay operator community, expanding the relay operator
> community, and helping improve the community bonds between operators.
> A few of the things I will be working on are:
> 1. Open a #tor-relays IRC channel (this is now open, everyone should join!)
> 2. Reach out to realy operator groups / individuals to introduce myself and
> solicit feedback (beginning today)
> 3. Plan a relay operators meet-up at PETS in July (details to come in
> another email)
> 4. Form a team of trusted technical and legal volunteers able to help
> operators around the world.
> 5. Organizing a larger "relay operator summit" event
> 6. Working with operators to resolve some of the recent issues brought up on
> this list (DNS provider, DNSSEC, EOL releases, etc..)
> While reaching out to operators is point 2 in that list, if you have
> suggestions or feedback that you'd like to send, please do not hesitate to
> reach out to me! I would love to hear from all of you with the things you
> would find most helpful from me / the Tor Project. While I cannot guarantee
> we can facilitate every request, we will do our best to help!
> I look forward to working with all of you in the future, and I hope
> you're having a great week!
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