Changes between Version 49 and Version 50 of doc/UpdatingFallbackDirectoryMirrors


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Jan 9, 2018, 1:57:26 AM (6 months ago)
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teor
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    4040== How to Contact Relay Operators ==
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    42 When you email relay operators, use the email address (or other contact) in their relay's ContactInfo.
    43 
    44 === Individual Emails ===
    45 
    46 Put the operator email in the To field.
    47 
    48 Please also CC:
    49 * the address they replied with,
    50 * any addresses they CC'd,
    51 * teor (who did the first few fallback lists), and
    52 * tor-team.
    53 
    54 Use the same subject for similar emails, so tor-team members can filter them out if desired.
     42When you email relay operators individually, use the email address (or other contact) in their relay's ContactInfo.
    5543
    5644=== Group Emails ===
     
    6048
    6149Please also CC:
    62 * teor (who did the first few fallback lists), and
    63 * the metrics team, who maintain relay search (atlas).
     50* teor (who did the first few fallback lists).
    6451
    6552== 1. Asking Potential Fallbacks to Opt-In ==
     
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    7461Contact operators on tor-relays using the process in 'Group Emails' section above.
    75 
    7662
    7763=== b. Whitelisting Fallbacks ===
     
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    121107=== c. Confirming Fallback Changes with Operators ===
    122 
    123 ==== Handling Missing Fallbacks ====
    124 
    125 Some of the excluded fallbacks are only logged at info level, because they are excluded by the script.
    126 
    127 To find these fallbacks, do:
    128 {{{
    129 diff -u src/or/fallback_dirs.inc good_fallbacks
    130 }}}
    131 
    132 (The diff should be reasonably small, because the fallbacks are sorted in fingerprint order.)
    133 
    134 Then, once you have a list of these fallbacks, search the log for their fingerprints. If they aren't in the log, try searching [https://atlas.torproject.org Atlas] for their fingerprint. Also try their IPv4 address.
    135108
    136109==== Handling New IPv6 Addresses ====