[tor-dev] [tor-talk] Exit Node Scanning Status

AntiTree antitree at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 22:16:50 UTC 2013

Stem seems like a good choice and something I've been meaning to get
back in to. I've been using the old Python library. I'd be happy to
work on this project and get up to speed with what Mike wrote a while
back. I've got to go through the old SOAT code, but can anyone tell me
a structural reason not to begin by re-implementing his original tests
(DNS manipulations, http traffic tampering, etc)?


On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 1:47 PM, Damian Johnson <atagar at torproject.org> wrote:
>> Actually, I might be a good fit. Feel free to ping me off-list to discuss.
> Unless there's a reason that you'd like to make this private it's
> better to have development discussions in the open (though tor-dev@ is
> probably more appropriate). Imho writing a SoaT counterpart based on
> either stem [1] or txtorcon [2] would be a great project if you're
> interested in improving our bad-exit detection infrastructure.
> Cheers! -Damian
> [1] https://stem.torproject.org/
> [2] https://txtorcon.readthedocs.org/
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