Removing End-Of-Life Relays from the Network
Today, the #Tor #network is composed of more than 6000 relays. These relays are running Tor software versions that go all the way back to the 0.2.4.x series, which was released on December 10th 2013. Other cutting edge relays are running our latest code in nightly builds and alpha releases. These #relay versions represent roughly 5 years of Tor development.
It’s written in python/flask/vuejs and I need help because of health issues I’m unable to work a lot on it anymore, if you are interested to help me on some of the issues and more specially the ActivityPub part, you can contact me through:
boosts appreciated, thanks.
Did you know that you can support this instance economically?
I have set up a liberapay acount so users can support the Linux.Pizza project.
More donors = more services and we will be able to spend more time on it.
Linux.Pizza is 95% financed by our own pocket, which means that the fate of this instance and services boils down to one person only (basically a single point of failure).
I hope that we can build a community together where everyone's input is valuable!
Just noticed there is a #fediverse meetup tonight at #cccamp19 tonight at 16:30! See you there?
alright escalating this thread to #mastoadmin because after inspecting my logs I found several thousand of these, going back to March 11. Someone's doing a piss-poor job of disguising the fact they're scraping fedi for metadata.
IPs are 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206
A instance dedicated - but not limited - to people with an interest in the GNU+Linux ecosystem and/or general tech. Sysadmins to enthusiasts, creators to movielovers - welcome