[FreeBSD-Announce] BSDStats: Status Report

Marc G. Fournier scrappy at hub.org
Tue May 25 21:18:54 UTC 2010


Its been almost three weeks since we fixed a bug with the stats collector 
that was causing alot of reportings to get lumped under 'Panama', and our 
numbers are back up (or above) where they were before we effectively 
re-set the statistics.

At the suggestion of one person, we have setup an internal mailing list 
that can be used for bug reports / future developments, so that we do not 
have to deal with a whole bunch of different mailing lists.

To subscribe, please send an email to:

                     general-subscribe at bsdstats.org

In order to reduce the potential for spam, this is a closed list ... you 
have to be subscribed to post to it ...



As of this posting, we are getting reports in from all the *BSD variants:

   PCBSD              4 872
   FreeBSD            1 627
   DesktopBSD           154
   NetBSD                43
   OpenBSD               15
   DragonflyBSD          14
   MidnightBSD            3
   MirBSD                 3

Country wise, we are seeing reports from 102 countries, with the top 10 
countries currently being:

   United States      1 421 (popular: PCBSD)
   Russian Federation   648 (popular: PCBSD)
   Germany              459 (popular: PCBSD)
   Panama               451 (popular: FreeBSD)
   Australia            328 (popular: FreeBSD)
   Ukraine              307 (popular: PCBSD)
   Japan                232 (popular: PCBSD)
   United Kingdom       190 (popular: PCBSD)
   Italy                174 (popular: PCBSD)
   France               169 (popular: PCBSD)

For more information on the project, please visit http://www.bsdstats.org

The sites includes basic instructions for installing / running on the 
various *BSDs ...

If you have any problems, please let me know ...

Marc G. Fournier                        Hub.Org Hosting Solutions S.A.
scrappy at hub.org                                     http://www.hub.org

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