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<p>You can get one of these fine Tor T-shirts for contributing to the
Tor project. There are three primary ways of contributing:</p>

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<li>A <a href="donate">tax-deductible donation</a> to the Tor Project.</li>
<li>Operate a fast <a href="docs/tor-doc-server">Tor server</a> that's
been running for the past two months: you are eligible if you allow
exits to port 80 and you average 100 KB/s traffic, or if you're not an
exit but you average 500 KB/s traffic.</li>
<li>Help out in other ways. <a href="translation">Maintain
a translation for the website</a>. Write a good <a
href="http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/SupportPrograms">support
program and get a lot of people to use it</a>. Do research on Tor
and anonymity, solve some of our bugs, or establish yourself as a Tor
advocate.
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If you qualify,
mail tor-tshirt at freehaven dot net with a brief explanation. Be sure
to specify a size (S/M/L/XL/XXL), a backup size if your first choice
isn't available, and a shipping address.
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Please take a look at the striking conversation-starting bright green
color below: we only have a limited number of shirts, so make sure
you'll actually put yours to good use. You can also see the shirts
<a href="http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorShirt">in
action</a> &mdash; add your own photos there too.
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