If you want the WordPress theme that this site runs on, you can have it. I release it under CC0 – No copyright. Well, my code at least. There are plenty of components (/_assets/ folder) that are under other licenses, but I’m sure you can figure it out.

Be warned though – it’s not a theme filled with settings pages or whatnot. If you want to run it on your site, you’re gonna have to set up a dev environment, compile the assets and customize to your own liking. In other words: If you have no idea what I just said, this theme isn’t for you.

To clone or fork it, go here.

I had a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B lying around, so I turned it into a TOR node. Because why not? It’s dead simple. And TOR is a really important project for the continued ability for journalists to work unencumbered, for dissidents to reach out past their repressive governments, and so on. So, contributing is, I believe, important.

I added raspiinfo to the fb1 output (Adafruit 2.8″ PiTFT) as well for easy monitoring. It’s fun to see traffic flowing in and out. After the grace-period of 3 days, it was shoveling about 60GB of traffic/day. This is expected to increase to at least 200GB/day after about 20 days of operation.

I’m lucky enough to have a 1 Gbit/s fiber connection, so there’s plenty of bandwidth to go around.

My next project will be to run this tor node in a cluster instead. I have a feeling the lone CPU with 1GB of RAM for support, is going to get toasty, real soon. Not sure how to do this though, but I’ll tinker until I figure it out.