Thanks but that is just a list of nodes. However I believe to setup your own full node you need at least a VPS running a flavor of Linux and install and run the Rabbit node sever software.
My question was "do wallets that are open and synced act as nodes?".
As long as you have a wallet open, synchronised with the other nodes / block chain (and you have
in your conf file), *any* wallet can be a node.
If you are mining and point your miner to that wallet, when you find blocks they will include a small amount of transaction fees for the various transactions that that block processed. (otherwsie all your wallet / node will do is broadcast transactions to the rest of the node and the block chain to any open wallet that needs to synchronise)