[tor-project] May 2018 report for the metrics team

Karsten Loesing karsten at torproject.org
Mon Jun 4 10:43:41 UTC 2018

Hello Tor, hello world!

Below you'll find the highlights of Tor metrics team work done in May 2018.

On behalf of the Tor metrics team,

Completed the draft document with graph specifications to now include
all graphs on Tor Metrics.

Resolved a series of smaller inconsistencies in statistics on Tor
Metrics, including: number of bytes spent on directory requests [1],
bandwidth histories [2], and onion services [3].

 [1] https://bugs.torproject.org/26002
 [2] https://bugs.torproject.org/26015
 [3] https://bugs.torproject.org/26022

Extended per-graph CSV files on Tor Metrics to support ad-hoc generation
of CSV files without parameters to cover more data than what's displayed
in a graph [4].

 [4] https://bugs.torproject.org/25383

Improved explanations of metrics and flags on Relay Search [5, 6, 7]

 [5] https://bugs.torproject.org/25881
 [6] https://bugs.torproject.org/25854
 [7] https://bugs.torproject.org/26079

Put out new releases of CollecTor and metrics-lib [8] as well as
Onionoo, ExoneraTor, and metrics-web [9] to switch from Gson to Jackson
as JSON library.

 [8] https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-dev/2018-May/013191.html
 [9] https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-dev/2018-May/013204.html

Extended CollecTor's index.json file to include contributed data in
preparation of serving metrics-related research data from the wider Tor
community on Tor Metrics.

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