[tor-dev] atlas.torproject.org question

me at rndm.de me at rndm.de
Sat Jul 6 11:36:01 UTC 2013

Am 2013-07-06 06:33, schrieb Sebastian G. <bastik.tor>:
> 06.07.2013 12:05, Karsten Loesing:
>> On 7/6/13 9:01 AM, Lunar wrote:
>>> Karsten Loesing:
>>>> On 7/3/13 5:16 PM, me at rndm.de wrote:
>>>>> 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:
>>>> http://makepanic.github.io/emberjs-tor-onionoo/#/
>>> Small issues I spoted while playing with it:
>>>  * If a search, then select 'Bridges' view, visit a bridge page, and
>>>    then use the back button of my browser it switches back to the
>>>    'Relays' view. Not ideal.
>>>  * IMHO, the y-axis of the bandwidth graphs should always start at 0
>>>    so multiple relays can be compared by layout graphs side by side.
>> Can you add these to GitHub's issue tracker?
>> https://github.com/makepanic/emberjs-tor-onionoo/issues
> @Lunar
> If you don't have access to Github, I'll can add them as well.

Added them both and fixed the bug where it defaults the search to 
'relays'. The last version should also hash all the 40char hex strings 
for search requests.

>>> How close is this piece of code to have feature parity with Atlas?
>> I think there are no features in Atlas that this new tool doesn't 
>> have.
>>  To the contrary, this tool has features that we wanted to have in 
>> Atlas
>> for a long time (list 10 fastest relays on start page, show bridge 
>> details).
> @makepanic
> Could you please add this features to Atlas?

Ok. Is there anything i need to contribute to the project?

>> However, I don't have plans to retire Atlas just yet.  I think it's 
>> fine
>> to have more than one website providing access to Onionoo data.  Yay,
>> diversity.
> @Karsten
> Hooray, diversity. Yes, please don't retire Atlas.
> Best,
> bastik
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