[Noisebridge-congress] "Wikileaks is overloaded by global interest"
longobord at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 14:02:20 UTC 2009
Yes, there are quite a few of us here. It would be great to meet with you
about this while we're here. What time/day works for you?
Getting to the bottom of the hill is convenient. The view from the top of
the hill is stunning. Where would you choose to live?
On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 2:56 PM, daniel schmitt <daniel at wikileaks.org>wrote:
> Hi all,
> sorry for not replying earlier, we have been pretty busy with a few things.
> Is any of you guys at 26c3? Might be easier to talk ..
> On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 06:24:11AM +0000, Dr. Jesus wrote:
> > On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 7:19 PM, Matt Peterson <matt at peterson.org>
> > > It would probably be more useful to share an architecture document then
> > > bat around strong personalities. I think Anton is just trying to be
> > > useful; many of us have been burnt by similar
> > > good-for-socity/lacking-any-tech-clue efforts such as indymedia, that's
> > > all. My suggestion would be ISC, they've been hosting non-profit
> > > projects for a decade plus now.
> > That's who's hosting noisecloud. I need several questions answered
> before I
> > can create a coherent proposal for ISC to host wikileaks content, and my
> > mail to wikileaks' contact address have not received replies yet.
> > Anton, my question to you about a LoA for noisecloud hasn't been answered
> > yet either.
> > To summarize, there are 50 machines, 46 of which are usable, totalling 64
> > Xeon cores and 34 Opteron cores. The uplink is 1Gbps. ISC is pretty
> > right now with several other things they're trying to deal with, so it
> > be pretty rude for any of us to come to them and ask for resources unless
> > the proposal has answers to all their questions up front.
> > I want to make this absolutely crystal clear: the terms of our
> > agreement are not compatible with hosting wikileaks content at this time,
> > the machines are still undergoing shakedown and ISC has not done the
> > traffic engineering to host such a service. The terms of our final
> > agreement may allow this, but only if the noisecloud project has proven
> > be a good neighbor and a net benefit to their power consumption and other
> > resources. The first and most immediate goal I have in that spirit is to
> > help them consolidate things like the older machines being used by the
> > organizations ISC is donating resources to. Until that's complete I'm
> > to be especially careful about asking them for anything.
> > That being said, I don't have a problem setting up noisecloud to host
> > wikileaks content in preparation for the day when it's allowed, and
> > plenty of fast storage I can make available for purposes other than
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