Stats comp.os.linux.networking (last 7 days)

Stats comp.os.linux.networking (last 7 days)

Post by Michael Heimin » Tue, 01 Jul 2003 06:56:57



Stats comp.os.linux.networking (last 7 days)

Top 10 posters for the period:

rank posts kbytes  name                    address










       ---  -----
        92  201.0  Total for top 10

Totals for the newsgroup:
  231 posters
  446 articles
  941.7 kbytes

The top 10 accounted for:
  4.3% of the posters
 20.6% of the articles
 21.3% of the bytes

Averages:
  1.9 articles / poster
  2.1 kbytes / article
  4.1 kbytes / poster

157 people posted for the first time this period.
They went on to post 247 articles altogether

The new posters accounted for:
   68.0% of the posters
   55.4% of the articles
   53.6% of the bytes

Top 10 subjects for the period:

posts kbytes   subject
 21     56.1   No ppp interface after pppd connects
 12     25.6   AT&T broadband (cable) DHCP lease drop
 11     21.1   Any routers that allow mapping of MAC to DHCP
 10     26.1   Networking How-To's? NAT / Masquerading
 10     16.8   setup LAN with Linux?
  9     17.9   W2K3 Domain and Redhat 7.3 Samba
  9     15.0   Best way to do netmeeting
  9     13.4   throttling network access
  8     21.3   How to halt the computer whithout deactivate the power of a wol
  8     15.9   Will two networks Masquerade on eth0

446 articles on 159 subjects
  323 were followups (72.4%)
  36 were crossposts (8.1%)

940.9 kbytes total
  headers:        408.6kb   43.4%
  quoted text:    206.7kb   22.0%
  original text:  312.1kb   33.2%
  signatures:      13.5kb    1.4%

Averages:
  2.8 articles / subject
  2.1 kbytes / article
  5.9 kbytes / subject

Top 10 Newsreader used (accumulated):

0 different newsreader have been used (versions unacounted)

DISCLAIMER
Please, take the stats with a dash of salt,
quantity might not always imply quality.

Have a lot of fun...

 
 
 

Stats comp.os.linux.networking (last 7 days)

Post by Michael Heimin » Tue, 08 Jul 2003 06:57:31


Stats comp.os.linux.networking (last 7 days)

Top 10 posters for the period:

rank posts kbytes  name                    address










       ---  -----
       108  246.5  Total for top 10

Totals for the newsgroup:
  206 posters
  457 articles
  973.7 kbytes

The top 10 accounted for:
  4.9% of the posters
 23.6% of the articles
 25.3% of the bytes

Averages:
  2.2 articles / poster
  2.1 kbytes / article
  4.7 kbytes / poster

137 people posted for the first time this period.
They went on to post 268 articles altogether

The new posters accounted for:
   66.5% of the posters
   58.6% of the articles
   57.3% of the bytes

Top 10 subjects for the period:

posts kbytes   subject
 19     31.8   kernel too big
 17     35.2   RJ45 to RJ11/12 connections.
 15     28.2   dynamic ip address - how to get to know my ip address?
 13     17.2   sendmail problem
 11     54.5   pppd is up, but cannot ping/traceroute/connect to internet - he
  9     19.3   DNS update from dhcpcd
  8     17.2   Mandrake and cablemodem help
  7     21.3   connection modem problem
  7     14.6   how can a machine has both a real domain name and a bogus domai
  7     13.5   Help! linux networking!!!

457 articles on 144 subjects
  346 were followups (75.7%)
  40 were crossposts (8.8%)

972.8 kbytes total
  headers:        438.6kb   45.1%
  quoted text:    222.8kb   22.9%
  original text:  297.8kb   30.6%
  signatures:      13.6kb    1.4%

Averages:
  3.2 articles / subject
  2.1 kbytes / article
  6.8 kbytes / subject

Top 10 Newsreader used (accumulated):

posts           newsreader      user
  98 (21.4%)    microsoft        53  25.7%
  61 (13.3%)    pan              19   9.2%
  51 (11.2%)    mozilla          25  12.1%
  40  (8.8%)    slrn             13   6.3%
  39  (8.5%)    knode            19   9.2%
  27  (5.9%)    xnews             9   4.4%
  16  (3.5%)    tin               5   2.4%
  13  (2.8%)    forte             7   3.4%
  12  (2.6%)    gnus              5   2.4%
   6  (1.3%)    turnpike          2   1.0%

18 different newsreader have been used (versions unaccounted).

DISCLAIMER
Please, take the stats with a dash of salt,
quantity might not always imply quality.

Have a lot of fun...