Should you upgrade, or not?
It depends what kind of user you are. If you:
- are just a normal user and want a stable version, stay with the releases announced here. Probably you will also like the ZeroBundle.
- want to run new features earlier and also help reporting bugs/wishes for them, use the master branch from here.
But keep in mind: things may break, so: always make a backup before!
Where can you find out more about these new features ?
How should the findings from ZeroVersions.bit be interpreted ?
The peer amount is not complete, it shows "only" the peers to which my ZeroNet client connects to.
e.g. getting 205 peers in the 2nd test (2016-03-25) took 3.5h, while getting the next 100 peers took a total run time of 11h
look at the evolution picture on the main page: depending on how long you do the scan, the results vary.
My scan environment:
My ZeroNet runs over Tor, which may be limiting, or not.
I also live risky, meaning: I always use the newest version from the master branch
I will do regular updates of the scans - we will see how the situation evolves...
These results can be useful for, e.g.:
- when a new version is released, to see if it works smoothly
go back to: ZeroVersions.bit