Commit 46273c90 authored by Roger Dingledine's avatar Roger Dingledine
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remove some done items; mark some other items as done


svn:r12438
parent c3a74595
......@@ -32,11 +32,6 @@ Here's a go:
median WFU of the set. In addition, anybody born more than a month ago
who has >=50% WFU is always a winner.
o If 1.5*MaxCircuitDirtiness is more than KeepAlive, do we then send
a KeepAlive and reset our timeout, thus never reaching 1.5*MCD?
o Aw, crud. We could keep track of how long it's been since
we last did anything _other_ than a keepalive, I guess. -NM
For Tor 0.2.0.11-alpha:
- Put a consensus in place of the empty fallback-consensus file in
src/config and see what breaks.
......@@ -97,9 +92,9 @@ Things we'd like to do in 0.2.0.x:
- Protocol revision.
- Earliest stages of 110 (infinite-length) in v2 protocol:
add support for RELAY_EARLY.
- Before the feature freeze: (Roger)
- Make tunnelled dir conns use begin_dir if enabled
- make bridge users fall back from bridge authority to direct attempt
o Before the feature freeze: (Roger)
o Make tunnelled dir conns use begin_dir if enabled
o make bridge users fall back from bridge authority to direct attempt
- get more v3 authorities before 0.2.0.x comes out.
- brainstorm about who those should be
......@@ -107,7 +102,7 @@ Things we'd like to do in 0.2.0.x:
- Bugs.
- Bug reports Roger has heard along that way that don't have enough
details/attention to solve them yet.
- tup said that when he set FetchUselessDescriptors, after
o tup said that when he set FetchUselessDescriptors, after
24 or 48 hours he wasn't fetching any descriptors at all
anymore. This was in 0.2.0 but worked fine in 0.1.2.
- arma noticed that when his network went away and he tried
......@@ -122,7 +117,7 @@ Things we'd like to do in 0.2.0.x:
I believe this is the result of confusion about whether to use
relaybandwidth or bandwidthrate to control bandwidth usage for
servers. Chances are, this isn't a bug per se. [phobos]
- this notion of authorities notifying servers that they're
o this notion of authorities notifying servers that they're
unreachable is bunk -- it's leftover from the time when all
servers ran 24/7. now it triggers every time a server goes
away and then returns before the old descriptor has expired.
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