FreeBSD user statistics
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Wed Aug 1 03:55:02 UTC 2007
Ahh, I see... so there are currently no way to see all time?
Stil very surprising though, when it comes to technology Australia
just never make it to the top in any statistics, people are always
like "WTF?" when I talk about BSD, till the minute I go and say it is
like Linux. Maybe it is just me though...
2007/8/1, Matt Olander <matt at ixsystems.com>:
> On Tuesday 31 July 2007 5:21 pm, Chad Perrin wrote:
> > Are there any projects out there collecting data on numbers of FreeBSD
> > users? I'm interested in pretty much anything along those lines,
> > including analogs to Fedora's "smolt" reporting software, the Linux
> > Counter <http://counter.li.org/>, and so on.
> > If not . . . is there any sense that such a project would be useful to
> > the community? I might consider getting at least a web-based
> > self-reporting thing like the Linux Counter project set up, if that seems
> > like something the community would want/need and doesn't already exist.
> > What I'm really looking for, though, is any existing efforts to count
> > FreeBSD users, even if such efforts are prone to error.
> Hi Chad,
> Checkout www.bsdstats.org. A very cool project to start tracking BSD usage.
> Also, we've placed Google Analytics on www.pcbsd.org (and we should probably
> add it to freebsd.org, too) and have interesting operating system stats from
> there that we'll make public after a substantial amount of data is gathered.
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