Version 18 (modified by karsten, 6 years ago) (diff)

Add metrics to the list.

The Tor Project runs quite a lot of services for developers, researchers, relay operators, and the community at large. Each of these services, regardless if developed by The Tor Project or by a third party, should have one or better more maintainers who look after the service if it breaks. In particular, fixing a service is not something our system administrators can or should do. As a consequence, unmaintained services will be shut down.

  • New service will only be started if someone agrees to maintain it for at least the first six months.
  • Existing services that have no maintainer by January 31, 2014, will be shut down the next day.
  • Existing services that have a maintainer and become unmaintained will be shut down three months after discovering that they are unmaintained, unless a new maintainer shows up.

The following table lists services run on torproject infrastructure:

Service name Maintainers Description Requirements Unmaintained since Shut down on (web) karsten, hellais, phw web application to discover Tor relays, frontend to static mirror network N/A N/A tpa anonymously accessible git repositories mirror of git repositories N/A N/A weasel continuous integration, autobuilding . N/A N/A nickm, Sebastian, weasel developer accessible git repositories git@ ssh authorized keys provided by db.tpo N/A N/A (web) Sebastian, weasel web frontend for browsing git repos apache, mirror of git repositories N/A N/A (web) karsten web-based protocol to learn about currently running Tor relays and bridges Java 6, Tomcat N/A N/A (web) karsten network descriptor aggregator and network data visualizer Java 6, PostgreSQL, Tomcat N/A N/A

(The following stuff is old and should probably go away.)


This page is supposed to list the services running on systems, and who is responsible for them.

weather.torproject.orgioerror, kaner
nameservice (dns)torproject-admin
www.torproject.orgphobos, karen (content)
archive.torproject.orgphobos, erinn
check.torproject.orgioerror, kaner