[tor-dev] Get Stem and zoossh to talk to each other

l.m ter.one.leeboi at hush.com
Fri Jul 31 20:22:19 UTC 2015

Hi Philipp,

I know I've already mentioned some thoughts on this subject. I would
be interested in your thoughts on the types of challenging questions
such a hypothetical DSL might answer. I've already put some effort
into this (forking metrics-lib), but I'm still new to working with tor
network data. There's around a terabyte of it and I can't possibly
imagine every interesting scenario at this point. Right now I'm trying
to be as flexible (and general) as possible in the implementation.
Besides what you've already mentioned, what other types of uses do you
envision? I'm interested in being able to answer questions which can
only be answered by looking at macroscopic details level over time.
Things like how to draw interesting facts from performance data, and
how to improve collection (signalling, messaging, new metrics, etc)
towards making attacks more visible.

Areas I'm fuzzy on include torflow data. Mostly because up to a couple
weeks ago I didn't know there *was* a spec (and instead treated it as

If there are common, and challenging questions, that are more specific
than just 'dive in' and explore, please do be creative.


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