The New York City *BSD User Group has announced a mailing list dedicated to running the Tor anonymity software on the BSDs. The list aims to become a forum for BSD users and developers interested in improving the performance and expanding the use of the BSDs as a platform for Tor.
Tor is an open source public anonymity network that is utilized around the world for anonymity and to bypass internet censorship. More information can be found at https://www.torproject.org.
At this point, the only BSD recommended by the Tor Project is FreeBSD 5.x or higher. While there is an OpenBSD port, and a pkgsrc port for NetBSD and Dragonfly BSD, they are not considered recommended operating system platforms. This is one issue the list could approach.
The user group believes the BSDs make an ideal platform for running Tor considering the stability and security track record of the operating systems.
If you’re interested, the mailing list is located at http://lists.nycbug.org/mailman/listinfo/tor-bsd.