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On 20/09/16 17:46, Lunar wrote:
> Karsten Loesing:
>>> If you feel that's interesting enough, would it be possible to
>>> also add the number of download of cryptographic signatures
>>> to the graph?
>> Sure, added.
> Thanks! These are interesting datapoints regarding the “but nobody
> ever checks the signature” that I hear now and then.
>> That is something I'd like to add very soon, but I'd first want
>> to discuss whether the absolute numbers make sense before
>> breaking them down by operating system, release channel, and
>> I'll bring the database with me to Seattle. Maybe we can sit
>> down and run some queries on it together? This was fun last
>> weekend together with Georg and Nicolas, and it would for sure be
>> fun with you and other interested folks in Seattle.
> Sure! :)
Ah well, I found some time to make a graph for this and also found
this to be a good excuse to prototype R Markdown files:
Enjoy! And please let me know how to make that graph even more
useful! (Keep in mind that this is a prototype and that the version
on Tor Metrics is likely going to provide fewer options to examine the
data; but we should use this prototype to learn which are the most
important things we want to have on Tor Metrics.)
> If we're going to get such graphs running as a way to measure the
> amount of Tor Browser users, I wonder if we should not also try to
> work with Tails' people to add their boot statistics, and maybe
> other projects who include Tor Browser without using the automated
> update mechanism.
Good idea, added to the list.
All the best,
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