[Tor-BSD] NYCBUG1 earns a T-shirt!

Pete Wright pete at nomadlogic.org
Mon Dec 9 13:25:01 EST 2013

On 12/08/2013 09:09 PM, Brian Callahan wrote:
> Hi tor-bsd --
> As the subject line states, I got an email tonight from the Tor project
> offering me a free T-shirt for my (but really: our) efforts in
> maintaining a Tor node.
> The Tor project states that they have observed NYCBUG1 running for 61
> days with an average bandwidth of 1170 KB/s. This is more than double
> the minimum bandwidth of 500 KB/s to be eligible for a shirt.
> It is nice to get recognition for running a stable Tor node for any
> length of time, but we can do better!
> We need more people running *BSD-based Tor nodes. And not just running
> them but being vocal about it as well. This list, I hope in time, will
> be teeming with discussion about Tor on *BSD. Not only will it help us
> as a collective with solving each others' issues and as a tip/hint
> repository - it will also allow us to come forward to the Tor developers
> as a large group who must be heard. And it benefits the Tor project by
> dissipating the current monoculture. Care about Tor? Then start running
> your own *BSD-based Tor node. And take part in this mailing list!
> Btw, NYCBUG1 was updated about two weeks ago to and
> everything is going well.
> As always, NYCBUG1 details can be found here:
> https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/C8DE1C4F154417DF35142ECF4C8EB454D020E118

hey congrats - that's a pretty great milestone!  my only problem with my 
tor node is i'm finding it difficult to find time to focus on it.  but 
the good news is it has been really stable on netbsd so there hasn't 
been a need to babysit it :)


Pete Wright
pete at nomadlogic.org
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