I added 18.104.22.168, which is running in Singapore, but it got incorrectly marked as being in the US. I did leave a note and perhaps I’m just impatient.
Reading through other posts, it’s unclear to me what the latest policy is on adding servers to additional zones. I’ve seen some mention that it’s only done for the country the server is in; others say that it’s continent-level. I’d be fine having 22.214.171.124 added to the China zone or similar if that’s helpful.
Likewise, 2602:fe90:100:8::2 and 126.96.36.199 (one dual-stack server) are physically in NY, but I’d be happy to have it added to the Brazil zone. (Much of the Brazil <-> US fiber lands in NY.) I had an OVH box in Canada in the Brazil zone for the longest time but had to get rid of it. (I have an EC2 instance in São Paulo, but keep it at the 3Mbps setting because I’m paying $0.15/GB for it, and at this point NTP traffic is the majority of what it’s pushing.)
If this is no longer fashionable, no worries.