[tor-dev] Consensus-health single-relay data
tom at ritter.vg
Sat Apr 7 01:49:48 UTC 2018
This now supports exact nickname, partial fingerprint, and multiple of
each; and is deployed. Other updates are:
- Known flags are not omitted from summary
- A footnote is given when an assigning bwauth is not present
- the misleading sha-1 signature algorithm is removed
- Atlas became Relay Search
- You can search for relays in votes that are missing a flag (e.g.
that are struck-through) by prefacing the flag with a "!". E.g.
"!HSDIR" on the detailed will show relays where one DirAuth did not
vote for the HSDir flag, but enough DirAuths did such that it was
granted the flag. This is particularly useful for !ReachableIPv6
On 9 March 2018 at 13:55, teor <teor2345 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 9 Mar 2018, at 20:28, Tom Ritter <tom at ritter.vg> wrote:
>> I have tested it on Tor Browser and High Security Slider, seems to
>> work for me, but I want feedback on the UX and for bugs
> Wow! It works! And it even works in iOS Safari.
> Also, there is a feature? where you can keep pasting relay fingerprints
> into the box, and it will keep adding them to the end of the page.
> How hard would it be to add support for:
> * multiple fingerprints
> * nicknames
> * partial fingerprints
> I don't know how important each of these features are.
> But I bet that nicknames would be the first feature request from most users.
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