[tor-dev] onionoo resource requirements

Lukas Erlacher tor at lerlacher.de
Tue Apr 28 09:21:18 UTC 2015


Django (and by implication, python) are an accepted technology at tor, but as much as I wish it would be different, the tor web infrastructure is still based on python 2.7 (basically, you can only depend on whatever is in wheezy and wheezy-backports if you want something to run on tor's infrastructure). Of course if you don't intend for your project to ever replace tor's own onionoo deployment, that doesn't matter.


PS: I'm also going to take this opportunity to plug my onionoo client library that you can use to check that your onionoo clone performs to spec ;-) https://github.com/duk3luk3/onion-py

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