[tor-relays] Announcement: Tor-Weather 2.0 Release

Dear Tor-Relay Community,

I hope this email finds you well. I am excited to announce the release of Tor-Weather 2.0, a significant rewrite of our Tor-Weather service.

This release was primarily focused on refactoring the codebase, resulting in extensive changes. This initiative not only enhances the existing codebase but also accelerates the development of new features and addresses numerous bugs in the current service.

Some of the key highlights of Tor-Weather 2.0 include:

  1. Support for bridges: We have added support for tracking bridges. Creating subscriptions for bridges works the same way as creating those for relays.
  2. Improved email templates: Emails have been completely revamped & will now offer both html & txt based mime-types. No more incorrectly spaced emails.
  3. Added additional details in emails: We’ve added additional details to the emails. This includes, link to the relay’s metric page, additional context for the subscription, etc.
  4. Improved reliability & bug-fixes: The new deployment process should greatly improve the availability & reliability of the service. This also includes bunch of bug-fixes across the application.

We believe that these updates will greatly benefit the Tor-Relay community and contribute to a more streamlined and efficient relay management experience.

To start using Tor-Weather 2.0, simply visit Tor-Weather and log in with your existing credentials. If you encounter any issues, please file a ticket in our bug tracker.

Thank you for your continued support and participation in the Tor-Relay community. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on Tor-Weather 2.0 and continuing to improve our services to better serve your needs.

Best regards,
Sarthik Gupta & Network-Health Team