Bump stem for depictor
11:10:15 A<+atagar> tjr: You'll find that depictor will have timeouts too when you update Stem. Stem now drops the '.z' suffix and replaces it with an Accept-Encoding header... 11:10:18 A<+atagar> https://gitweb.torproject.org/stem.git/commit/?id=079b481 11:10:38 A<+atagar> To cut down on noise DocTor no longer downloads from tor26. 11:11:00 T<+tjr> Hm... I don't think that's going to be an option for me... 11:11:26 A<+atagar> Why? 11:11:56 A<+atagar> I did a similar thing for turtles back in the day. Certainly understandable though if it's a no-go. :) 11:12:04 A<+atagar> I suppose we might be able to hack around it. 11:12:36 T<+tjr> Well, I suppose I could get the vote from another DirAuth. But not downloading would mean they would fall off (or have bad data) for the download times table 11:12:46 T<+tjr> Not that that table is terribly accurate today but.... 11:13:18 A<+atagar> Gotcha. For DocTor the hack I did was to simply stop treating tor26 as a dirauth. 11:13:44 A<+atagar> Ah, I've got an idea. 11:14:17 A<+atagar> The DescriptorDownloader should return you a query object. You can overwrite the resource attribute to add back the '.z' before making the request. 11:14:45 A<+atagar> Since the stripping happens in the constructor... 11:14:46 A<+atagar> https://gitweb.torproject.org/stem.git/tree/stem/descriptor/remote.py#n370 11:16:01 A<+atagar> Note that you'll want to include 'start = False' in your call so the request isn't made until you change the resource.
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