[tor-dev] Scaling Tor Metrics, Round 2
karsten at torproject.org
Mon Dec 7 08:14:36 UTC 2015
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On 07/12/15 01:07, Spencer wrote:
> Can the data be processed on the host server and sent to the
> client JS-free?
using Node.js. I'm not sure whether this would also work for Metrics.
It may depend on how interactive graphs are supposed to be.
on all non-HTTPS sites, but in theory, Metrics runs on HTTPS, so the
bubble graphs should work in Tor Browser. A possible deal breaker
might be that we're fetching data from Onionoo for the bubble graphs.
https://metrics.torproject.org/ instead of
>> Or are we waiting to choose a language before doing any new
> What are the options?
I think the main option is to keep rendering graphs on the server.
Right now, we're using R/ggplot2 for that, but we could switch to
lack of real interactivity.
Thanks for the feedback!
All the best,
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