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Re: [tor-talk] Does Atlas support looking for bridges?
On 4/20/13 11:06 AM, Sebastian G. <bastik.tor> wrote:
> (maybe I asked that some when in the past, but I can't find it on the
> list)(My mind tells me that I did, but maybe it was in "private" email
> Does Atlas support looking for bridges and if so how has the search
> query to be formated?
Atlas does not yet support looking for bridges. See #6320.
> Atlas itself says "Atlas is a web application to discover Tor relays and
> bridges." which is true for relays.
You're right, it's lying about being able to discover bridges.
> "The historical data of the bridges bandwidth usage is available in
> graph form." It doesn't work for me.
> First I require knowledge about bridges, and onionoo knows them:
See Onionoo's protocol specification for details to query bridge data.
Onionoo supports everything that's necessary for Atlas to show bridge
information. It's just not in a human-friendly format.
> Looking for (exact) nickname or hashed fingerprint (or both) returns:
> "No Results found! No Tor bridges or relays matched your query :("
> The backend can't handle "nickname" and returns an error.
Well, the back-end can handle bridge nicknames. It's just that Atlas
can't make use of returned bridge information yet.
> Sure Atlas is in beta, but either it is not implemented or I'm doing
> something wrong, or both.
Having bridge support in Atlas would be awesome! Want to submit a patch?
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