[tor] Wikimedia decommissioned servers

aestetix aestetix aestetix at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 14:02:58 PDT 2011

If the machines don't get used, I think the appropriate step would be to
return them, with thanks, to the Wikimedia foundation so they can be used
for someone else's project.

What are the chances they would not get used? If people here think they are
high, I can go ahead and send them an email with "thanks, but no need" and
save a lot of trouble.

On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 1:59 PM, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:

> aestetix aestetix wrote, On 2011-10-11 13:04:
> > Way back earlier this year, when the project was in its infancy,
> Wikimedia
> > announced they were looking for good places to donate old servers.
> >
> > http://blog.wikimedia.org/2010/02/16/server-decommissioning-donations/
> >
> > I sent them a request a while ago. Months later, I just got a response
> from
> > them. They want to donate six of their servers to Noisebridge, hopefully
> to
> > the Noisetor project if possible. I went ahead and confirmed the donation
> > because it seems like it could be useful, but just a heads up. I'll send
> the
> > Fedex tracking number over the list when I get it.
> Could you please take point if the machines don't get used? We're trying
> desperately to not have the rack of shit servers people forgot about
> happen at Noisebridge. I don't think Ben nor I want to spend time
> cleaning up after machines you've installed and forgotten about again.
> Also I think machines for Noisetor are great, but at the same time isn't
> the point that we want this as streamlined as possible, don't want to
> deal with maintaining the physical machines ourselves? Tor in the cloud
> and all that?
> Thanks.
> --
> Rubin
> rubin at starset.net
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