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Re: [or-talk] where are the exit nodes gone?

     On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 08:47:31 +0200 Olaf Selke <olaf.selke@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Roger Dingledine schrieb:
>> No, that 1755 was total Running relays. For comparison, there are
>> 1541 running relays in the consensus right now.
>> You might like
>> http://metrics.torproject.org/consensus-graphs.html#exit-all
>the same graphs for the average observed bandwidth would be great
     Observed by what?  If it has anything to do with the numbers
 given in the consensus documents, then the only value such graphs
would have would be for the purpose of comparing those graphs with the
values reported by the relays themselves.  The values in the consensus
documents alone are, a priori, worthless.

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