Preparation for reimbursement: partner mailinglists

Fr 03 Mai 2013 by Moritz

In preparation of Torservers.net reimbursing exit and bridge operators, we have set up two new mailing lists. Entities that receive reimbursement are called “Torservers partners” and listed at https://www.torservers.net/partners.html (if they want to be listed)

If you want to become a partner, we have to get to know you first: Ideally, we have personally met you multiple times, and learned about your motives.

I announce these lists publicly, because the list archives of both lists are public and you are welcome to use them. You can send messages to the discussion list, but they will be moderated.

The list called “partners” is compulsory if you want to receive reimbursements, as it will be used for important announcements that must be read by all participating entities.

The list “partners-discuss” is optional. Subscription is limited to partners, so you are free to use it for whatever you want to discuss with other partners.

If you are a member of a participating organization, you can subscribe and we will confirm your membership (moderated subscription).

Summary of list options:

partners: - important announce list! - public archive - subscription for anyone, but required for partners - moderated posting, so you can reach all members with important notices, but only after verification - subscription list private - reply-to set to partners-discuss

https://www.torservers.net/services/mailman/listinfo/partners

partners-discuss: - public archive - subscription and posting for partners only - subscription list private

https://www.torservers.net/services/mailman/listinfo/partners-discuss

Emails by non-members are rejected. If you want to reach partner organizations, please use the public mailinglist at http://www.freelists.org/list/torservers . It will be read at least by Torservers “staff”.


To comment use our mailing list or visit us on IRC (irc.oftc.net #torservers).