[tor-dev] onionoo: historic details.json data
nusenu at openmailbox.org
Tue Apr 7 15:39:09 UTC 2015
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> On 05/04/15 23:35, Nusenu wrote:
>>> can one download historic onionoo documents (details.json)
>>> archived somewhere or would one have to setup onionoo + feed
>>> old data into it to achieve that?
> There are no archives of Onionoo's documents.
> But of course there are CollecTor's archives which you'd feed into
> Onionoo. Though it's very likely easier to parse those directly
> (possibly using Stem) rather than setting up an Onionoo instance
> for the exact time you're interested in.
> Speaking of, what historic data are you looking for? Maybe it's
> something that we should add to Onionoo itself?
I've a few use case for onionoo data, one of them uses onionoo to find
groups of relays run by one entity. First_seen combined with
last_restarted has proven to be a rather good datapoint for that.
Using an array of all restarts (instead of just one) would likely
reduce false-positives even more. That is one field but I'll consider
(historic) changes to other fields (contactinfo, orport, dirport, ...)
Although I could imagine atlas displaying data like "these were
previously provided contact details: ..." most of my use cases are to
uncommon to add to onionoo.
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