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Re: [tor-talk] some common ground on the gatereloaded topic
> That is, if I do indeed have a bizarro use case, and can't talk about it, as
> we were arguing about, I can still use the "badexit" labeled nodes as I see
> fit, yes ? Or do you drop badexits out of the directory after some amount
> of time ?
Yes, it just effects the defaults. As a client you can do whatever you
want. This was discussed almost a month back in this thread.
Despite its name, the BadExit flag really isn't a big whoop - the
relays are still perfectly usable for guard and middle hop positions.
They just aren't seeing exit traffic any longer.
> The obvious next conclusion is that, since the flags are simply human
No, the flag effects the default behavior for clients. Clients pick
nodes with the BadExit flag for the middle or guard positions, but
never as an exit.
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