#24217: Specify data format and aggregation process of new IPv6 relay statistics
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 Reporter:  karsten             |          Owner:  karsten
     Type:  enhancement         |         Status:  needs_review
 Priority:  High                |      Milestone:
Component:  Metrics/Statistics  |        Version:
 Severity:  Normal              |     Resolution:
 Keywords:                      |  Actual Points:
Parent ID:                      |         Points:
 Reviewer:  iwakeh              |        Sponsor:
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Comment (by iwakeh):

 I did comment and resolved comments that seemed to be agreement to reduce
 some clutter there.
 From one comment:
    I think a storm-etherpad is best:
   1. our potential reviewers know how to handle it;
   2. the access can be fine grained;
   3. it has comments that allow providing replacement suggestions;
   4. it clearly marks the author; 5. login doesn't require some 'weird'
 accounts;
   6. the final product can be exported to Markdown and other formats, and
   7. last but not least, it is on Tor infrastructure.

 I can help moving there before the first language reviewer works with the
 doc.

 Another topic that needs more discussion outside of tiny comment-boxes:
   Another viewpoint derived from the discussion here:
   I think all 'shortcuts' should be actually a tutorial collection. "Hands
 on" data processing.
   The 'complete journey' is the 'How Metrics processes the data'.  In
 different sections only with cross-references.

 Maybe, we should just list the options we have so far and let the
 reviewers help.  They might even come up with some totally different neat
 idea here.

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