Partnership letters have been sent out to various institutions (the ones mentioned in the past meeting minutes).
CIRCL was the first institution to answer.
They are in favour to support us, but need - obviously - a founded reason. They proposed to sponsor a Tor Exit Node, but required access to the box and retrieve data to melt them with their “CIRCL map”.
Due to international 'guidesline', ethical code and Tor Project recommendations, this proposal has been rejected unanimously.
An alternative might be sending them all abuse mails of the sponsored exit nodes.
Our proposed 'hack.lu Ticket' offer remains still a possibility for them, independently of the proposal above.
prometheus gets back to them and asks for a real life meeting.
Nevertheless, it needs to be noted, that we are very happy about the fact, that CIRCL offered us a support possibility
New potential partners:
Reports without borders
Members have been notified of their overdue status via private mail.
Membership fees for 2015 need to be paid.
Server costs of around 475€ per month. Every three month, we receive our Wau Holland donation.
It gets harder and harder in order to make ends meet.
Removal of non-used pages.
User account creation for every member
New SSH config rollout
All users need to implement the new SSH security regulations.
We forgot to mention our foundation date.
Need to update that on the next GA.
31C3 TorServers.net Meeting Feedback
The meeting was more about introducing possible future Tor operators to the subject.
TorServers.net would like to seeSSH more of an international cooperation.
prometheus will get in touch with Moritz to discuss international relations.
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