[tor-dev] onionoo: poor reverse DNS results
karsten at torproject.org
Fri Sep 2 10:02:36 UTC 2016
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On 01/09/16 22:43, nusenu wrote:
>> some time ago I reported onionoo's poor reverse DNS results
>> https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/18342 and it
>> didn't change since then.
>> As of 2016-07-02 08:00 (tpo instance) 3144 out of 8473 (~37%)
>> still have no reverse DNS result (=IP address).
>> Do you have an idea whether this will improve sometime before
> Ok, this timed out.
Huh, you're right. I didn't have a good response when I first saw
your message and then it got buried under other messages.
> Will there be any improvement in the future?
> (just so I know whether it makes sense to start post-processing
> onionoo data to improve rDNS data)
I just commented on the ticket, but this is really one of the tickets
that would benefit from somebody submitting a patch. And it doesn't
have to be a full implementation, but it would help if somebody did
the experiments that don't require deep knowledge of the code base and
then the Onionoo devs incorporate that code in the Onionoo code base.
All the best,
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