In the ENS documentation, it says that the "DApp" shows you when common ENS names are being auctioned.
How do the DApp and the twitter bot know what names people are auctioning?
The DApp and the twitter bot have built in lists of common names, drawn from an English dictionary and Alexa’s list of top 1 million internet domain names. They use these lists to show you when common names are being auctioned. We do this because if the app didn’t reveal these names, anyone with a little technical skill could find them out anyway, giving them an advantage over those who don’t have the capacity to build their own list and code to check names against it.
I would like to get a sample of common names that have been auctioned. But can't seem to make sense of how to do so from the documentation. I know how to interact with contracts using the ABI. I'm just not sure what contract "DApp" refers to (the registry, registrar, resolver) or what function to use.