Posted on January 18, 2009 in Anomos by Rich 8 Comments »

We’re preparing to launch now and we need some high-quality hosting for our tracker. It will be a public tracker, but won’t be hosting any fully copyrighted material.

We need a linux VM with a good amount of CPU and RAM and probably ~20GB of transfer a month. It is very important that we retain full control of the access logging ability and you do not do any fine-grained network monitoring or logging outside of the VM.
Ideally, we are looking for a host who is supportive of the services which we are trying to provide.
If you are capable of providing this, please send a note to: partners [hat] anomos [doot] info.

ps We’re more than willing to plug for a discount if we find a host we are happy with.

Posted on January 5, 2009 in Anomos, Conferences by Rich 14 Comments »

25C3 was amazing! Thanks to everybody who presented and attended! Especially big thanks to the German Privacy Foundation and the i2p team.

The video of our lightning talk is embedded above. You might not be able to see the slides in the video (that’s what the interrupt is about) so if you want to see the slides you can see them here.