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Re: [tor-talk] blutmagie exits shut down

On 27.09.2011 19:53, Roger Dingledine wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 03:40:58PM -0400, grarpamp wrote:
>>> 15 euros/month has been my employee special price for housing a server
>>> with flat traffic. Since I'm no longer w/ Telefonica the company isn't
>>> willing to provide me with 200 TB/month for only 15 bucks any more.
>> The solution to this is simple... find a Telefonica POP and bribe
>> an employee in the parking lot on lunch break ;-)
> This is a good point. If you (or anybody) knows anybody still working
> there, it's clear what must be done. ;) I imagine offering to deal with
> operations, handling complaints, etc would make it more palatable. But
> really, it's going to require some ongoing effort by said employee.
> While I'm here -- based on various people emailing me yesterday, I put
> up a new FAQ entry on turning donations into relays:
> https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq#RelayDonations
> --Roger
> _______________________________________________

I want to try to appeal to Russian political oppositionists to take
participation in setting up and maintaining Tor exit nodes.
I don't know whether it will have a success or not, but I intend to try.
What would it better - more nodes with narrow bandwidth or less nodes
with wide bandwidth?
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