As you might have noticed, the original source of Web-Of-Trust Graph information went offline and probably won't come back. As a result also pathfinders like the one of Henk P. Penning are stuck in February 2012.
As I always found this kind of statistics interesting I've hacked the pks2wot python script that is part of the wotsap package to use normal hkp instead of the pks client and running it against my own sks keyserver which seems to work good enough to do a weekly dump of the current web-of-trust which can be found at http://wot.christoph-egger.org/download/. I'd be happy to hear if this is useful to anyone besides myself.
-- Christoph Egger <email@example.com> Di, 04 Dez 2012 00:12:56 +0100
Glad to see the Wotsap data being built again. I talked to Jorgen earlier this year and he was sad that he didn't have the resources to run it himself.
-- Colin <firstname.lastname@example.org> Di, 04 Dez 2012 13:46:42 +0100
Does this mean that Henk could switch his site over to use this data source instead? I really liked that site, it'd be nice to see it up to date again :)
-- Robert <email@example.com> Di, 04 Dez 2012 21:07:09 +0100
Robert: If Henk is interested, he's more than welcome to switch over to this data bringing the site back up-to-date. I should probably drop him an email.
-- Christoph <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mi, 05 Dez 2012 00:25:30 +0100
This is VERY useful, thanks for doing this.
Please convince Henk Penning to use this data.
Also, if you can publish this script somewhere that would be great, maybe Henk can run integrate this directly in to his informational pages!
-- Jeroen Massar <email@example.com> Mi, 05 Dez 2012 15:42:18 +0100
Christoph did a great job.
Site http://pgp.cs.uu.nl/ is now using the fresh data he provided.
Thanks a lot!
-- Henk P. Penning <firstname.lastname@example.org> Do, 06 Dez 2012 02:14:21 +0100