[tor-dev] [measurement team] analytics server proposal

thomas lörtsch tl at rat.io
Fri Oct 9 14:14:18 UTC 2015

On 09 Oct 2015, at 15:44, isis <isis at torproject.org> wrote:

> Karsten Loesing transcribed 4.6K bytes:
>> Hi Thomas and Isis,
>> first of all, this is a great proposal.  Thomas and I talked a bit
>> about this idea in Berlin and the days after, and then Thomas turned
>> this into a great analysis what's needed to set up such a server to
>> analyze all the Tor data that's out there.  That's part of the reason
>> why we're already in the process of setting up this server.
>> Regarding inclusion in torspec, I'm less clear whether this text
>> belongs there.  The main purpose of this server will be to find
>> interesting facts in Tor data, but it's quite experimental at the
>> moment and not designed as building block of an analysis
>> infrastructure.  I think I'd rather want us to put this text into a
>> Git repository together with server configuration details and
>> descriptions of analyses performed on the server.
> This sounds like a fine plan!
>> Thomas, we briefly talked about setting up such a Git repository.
>> Would you want to create that and add this text along with the server
>> configuration document we started yesterday?

will do

> Sorry, I was missing context and thought that this would become something
> like a new Onionoo which would be another piece of core infrastructure.


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