[tor-reports] SponsorR November 2014 report (was Re: SponsorF November 2014 report)
desnacked at riseup.net
Wed Dec 3 02:21:12 UTC 2014
George Kadianakis <desnacked at riseup.net> writes:
> here is a draft of a November report for SponsorR:
> - Started a discussion on hidden service statistics and the ways they
> should be collected:
> As a result, we posted a Tor proposal draft (#13509) on how to
> collect the first two statistics about HS usage:
> The proposal will need a few revisions and implementation (#13192)
> will start on early December.
> - Started work on a tech report that will examine all the various
> hidden service statistics that can be collected. The report will
> analyze the stats in terms of their benefits and security and help
> us decide which of these stats should be done on the real Tor
> network and which should only be done in a private Tor network.
> - Started collecting statistics and benchmarks from a private Tor
> Some preliminary results can be found at:
> where you can see how long it took a hidden service to establish its
> introduction points.
> - Found and fixed an important performance issue that could trigger
> when establishing multiple connections to a hidden service:
> - We collected most of team and community feedback about possible
> SponsorR tasks at:
> - Started discussion on how SSL certificate authorities should work with
> hidden services:
FWIW, the subject line was *wrong*. The above report is for SponsorR.
Sorry for the confusion.
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