[tor-dev] atlas.torproject.org question
karsten at torproject.org
Fri Jul 5 07:18:45 UTC 2013
On 7/3/13 5:16 PM, me at rndm.de wrote:
>> Okay. Looking forward to seeing your tool display Onionoo's bridge
> I updated it to display bridge detail and enable bridge search. Works
> fine so far.
> You can now toggle between relays or bridges in the search results.
This is awesome! Repeating the link here, so that others can follow:
>> Nothing wrong from a legal perspective (IANAL), but Tor Onionoo Search
>> isn't as catchy as it could be. Hmm, how about picking one of Atlas'
>> children's names (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_%28mythology%29)
>> for your project? Greek mythology is full of fun project names.
> Mh I started to look into some names but haven't found a fitting one. If
> anyone got any suggestion i would appreciate it.
How about "Globe" or "Globus"?
> btw. is there data (bandwidth or something else) that is really
> important for a Atlas user when viewing a detail page or is everything
> equally important?
That's a question best answered by the tor-talk@ community, I think. Do
you want to announce your service there? Maybe you want to add a link
to the Onionoo protocol page (https://onionoo.torproject.org/) to give
people an idea what other information could be added to your service?
And do you mind if we include a short description and link to your
service in the second issue of Tor Weekly News?
I think it's really important to get you some users now who're willing
to give you feedback.
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