Opened 16 months ago

Last modified 6 months ago

#31063 assigned task

GoodBad ISPs should move to community portal

Reported by: ggus Owned by: ggus
Priority: Medium Milestone: WebsiteV3
Component: Community/Relays Version:
Severity: Normal Keywords:
Cc: nusenu, ggus Actual Points:
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New relay operators shouldn't need to search in Trac to find Good/Bad providers.

We should move this page to the new community portal / relay operators section:

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Change History (6)

comment:1 Changed 12 months ago by bluemoon

I came here after seeing the note "Note: This page is currently being revamped. If you would like to help out please see #31063.", but it looks like this ticket is about moving the content from Trac to the community portal, which seems to be done. Can the ticket be closed and the text be removed from the community page?

comment:2 Changed 8 months ago by kuce

I also read the note and i think nothing has changed since this ticket was opened.
This list ( is bigger and more up to date at some ISPs than the new list.
Is there anything i could do to help to implement the data from the old list to the new list?

comment:3 Changed 7 months ago by ggus

Hi kuce, sorry to took so long to answer you.

We're working on a new concept for the GoodBad ISPs page in Community portal using metrics data, so the trac wiki page would still open to receive contributions.

You can check our efforts here:

If you want to help on this, ping me on #tor-www

comment:4 Changed 6 months ago by cypherpunks

I vehemently object to this proposal. On Trac, I can edit anonymously using the cypherpunks account. On GitHub, not only do I have to create an account, but I can't do it without a "respectable" e-mail provider that requires me to put a phone number. ( and are both banned, for "spam" reasons.)

Sure, I could do some dance where I find one who isn't banned, but it's still a strong blow against the community members who would like to be anonymous.

comment:5 Changed 6 months ago by ggus

If you don't like GitHub that's fine.

You can fork the Community portal and all Tor Project repositories using other git instances like 0xacab or even your own.

comment:6 Changed 6 months ago by cypherpunks

Other git instances don't help. I will still have to make an account there. It's a huge barrier to entry. And obviously, to set up my own git provider is even worse.

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