Relay Operators! Come Hang Out in Montreal
Photo by DAVID ILIFF. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0.
Members of the core Tor team, developers, and volunteers gather together twice a year to plan and discuss major Tor milestones. Our next meeting is in Montreal in mid-October, and it includes a relay operator meetup organized by Colin Childs, aka Phoul on IRC.
The meeting is set for 7pm on Saturday, October 14 in the meeting space of The Holiday Inn Centre-ville Ouest in Montreal.
Come along and meet other relay operators and hear the latest news from Tor. We’ll have T-shirts and stickers to kit out your devices.
Interested in running a relay? Join us
Interested in running your own relay, and getting your own swag? Make the Tor network faster, more robust, and decentralized — start a relay today. The Tor network is made up of thousands of volunteers who give their time (and their bandwidth) to make the world a better place. The more people who run relays, the faster the Tor network will be.
If you’re interested in setting up a relay, there will be lots of people at the meetup happy to help you. Join us!
So, is the admin running:
oblivious to this or can someone wake him?
The problem continues to exist.
If you're on IRC, perhaps you could relay the important information to the person who runs the hidden service.
This has already been posted in several areas on the web. While I appreciate the invitation, I do not have time
to lurk in IRC. If this isn't enough to wake the owner of the hidden service, then I fear for the safety of the packages on said hidden service.
This is very important!
I don't know the details of this particular hidden service, but Tor generally doesn't know the identity of the administrators of hidden services. I have no idea whether they hang out on IRC. Sorry I can't be more helpful!