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Re: Proposal of a new hidden wiki

I'm interested in testing this out with somebody. Until then, can any
devs/tor hackers enlighten us as to what would determine which host
gets picked? Would it be whoever is the fewest hops away? If so, one
host would get the most traffic if it was consistently closest to fast
Comrade Ringo Kamens

On 8/8/07, Eduardo Costa Lisboa <eduardo.linux@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 8/8/07, Ringo Kamens <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I like the distributed private key idea. Each wiki copy would have a
> > separate email address so that if one server got compromised, the
> > operators could be informed and change the private key. My question
> > is: what would determine which server got chosen?
> > Comrade Ringo Kamens
> I think that if two or more hidden services used the same private key,
> thus the same .onion hostname, the master servers would always point
> to the latest updated. It's like a dynamic IP hostname service, like
> no-ip.org. Maybe one of us could deploy a test like this:
> - person A hosts a html site saying: this is host A
> - person B hosts a html site saying: this is host B
> but persons A & B use the same private key. Then, they could, just to
> equal host usage, schedule tor restarts each 2 hours. So, in even
> hours host A would respond, and in pair hours host B would respond.
> And this, automatically.
> If it works, then both hosts should syncronize their content, and tho
> this I would suggest some scripttable rsync or unison approach.
> Was I clear? Sorry for my poor english.
> --
> Eduardo Costa Lisboa