[tor-relays] Nyx Project Ideas
atagar at torproject.org
Thu Feb 25 16:35:12 UTC 2016
Hi ZEROF, Nyx isn't ready yet for users. It works, but is still very
much in development. It might be released around June, though that's
just a guess. I reserved the name 'nyx' in PyPI but pip won't work
until the release is ready.
On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 8:26 AM, ZEROF <security at netmajstor.com> wrote:
> I use arm, but i wanted to test nyx and i have found install option "pip
> install nyx", but install don't work, version 1.4.5. You can see logs:
> On 25 February 2016 at 03:10, Damian Johnson <atagar at torproject.org> wrote:
>> Hi wonderful relay operators. It's GSoC season again, where students
>> can be funded to make open source projects like Tor even better!
>> Nyx (previously known as arm ) has been my main focus this last
>> year and is inching ever closer to release. For those unfamiliar with
>> it, Nyx is an ncurses monitor for Tor relays providing a bandwidth
>> graph, event log, connections, config editor, and more.
>> Rather than add new features my work has focused on making Nyx simpler
>> and faster, but GSoC provides us an opportunity to do even more. So
>> I'm curious - what do you want from an ncurses monitor? The answer may
>> be 'keep it simple'. Feature creep does us no favors. But if there's a
>> good fit I'd love to mentor a project that makes your lives even
>> I'm not overly fond of the ideas I've had so far...
>> * Windows support. This poses a few challenges. 
>> * When running multiple tor instances on a single system connect to
>> them all, aggregating the information.
>> So anything come to mind?
>> Cheers! -Damian
>>  https://www.atagar.com/arm/
>>  https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/arm#Windows
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