[tor-relays] Metrics for assessing EFF's Tor relay challenge?

Christian me at rndm.de
Mon Apr 7 18:49:55 UTC 2014

On 07.04.2014 10:43, Karsten Loesing wrote:
> On 06/04/14 21:29, Christian wrote:
>> On 04.04.2014 19:13, Karsten Loesing wrote:
>>> Christian, Lukas, everyone,
>>> I learned today that we should have something working in a week or two.
>>>  That's why I started hacking on this today and produced some code:
>>> https://github.com/kloesing/challenger
>>> Here are a few things I could use help with:
>>>  - Anybody want to help turning this script into a web app, possibly
>>> using Flask?  See the first next step in README.md.
>>>  - Lukas, you announced OnionPy on tor-dev@ the other day.  Want to look
>>> into the "Add local cache for ..." bullet points under "Next steps"?  Is
>>> this something OnionPy could support?  Want to write the glue code?
>>>  - Christian, want to help write the graphing code that visualizes the
>>> `combined-*.json` files produced by that tool?  The README.md suggests a
>>> few possible graphs.
>> Sure,
>> should I create a new repo for the website with graphing code or work
>> directly in the kloesing/challenger repository?
> My hope is that we can turn my script into a Flask web app which serves
> JSON data which is then graphed by your JavaScript that is embedded into
> the HTML.  So it probably makes sense to have everything in a single
> repository.  I'd say feel free to clone kloesing/challenger and send me
> pull requests.  And feel free to create new directories as needed, we
> can still move around things later.

I send you a pull request with the first working version:
https://github.com/kloesing/challenger/pull/2 .
The ui is temporary but it works so far.

> All the best,
> Karsten

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