[tor-dev] [Measurement Team] Next IRC meeting happens tomorrow, Jul 22, 14:00 UTC in #tor-project

Karsten Loesing karsten at torproject.org
Tue Jul 21 12:22:07 UTC 2015

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Hello list,

This is an announcement/reminder that there will be an IRC meeting of
the Measurement Team tomorrow on

  Wednesday, July 22, 2015, 14:00 UTC in #tor-project


Two weeks ago we started with introductions, and last week we created
a list of measurement-related products and started writing fact sheets
for some of them.  Logs are available here:



This week I suggest the following agenda:

 - Introductions, 5 min (only if someone didn't introduce themselves yet)
 - Problems, 5-10 min: did anything else come up since last week
 - Products, 5 min: what are we doing with fact sheets
 - Priorities, 30 min: should we focus more on a certain aspect of
measurements in the Tor network, while temporarily suspending or even
permanently dropping other aspects?
 - Misc, 5 min: anything else you come up with

Regarding the Priorities item, I'd want us to do another collaborative
round involving a pad where we temporarily assume that no single Tor
measurement-related tool exists or ever existed and where we
brainstorm what tools we should build to measure (passively collect,
actively probe, sanitize, archive, pre-process, feed back, aggregate,
visualize) things in the Tor network.  Maybe we can conclude that
brainstorming session by deriving some suggestions for prioritizing
our work, given the fact that some of the tools already exist.  Hope
that sounds interesting to you, but please remember that this
discussion will happen tomorrow, not on this mailing list.  If you
want to participate, please join us at the meeting!

Talk to you tomorrow!

All the best,

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