jastrachan | 23 Feb 08:16 2005
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Re: [groovy-jsr] Groovy statistics

Note that these stats are only for the full binary downloads; we've not 
tried tracking the groovy-*.jar or groovy-all-*.jar files which many 
folks download as part of maven builds (which get mirrored to ibiblio 
and downloaded from there too)

On 22 Feb 2005, at 23:31, Guillaume Laforge wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> Someone who's doing a top-secret fork of Groovy complained about us 
> not giving stats. So here are some stats I collected with the help of 
> James who provided me with some raw numbers.
>
> I won't try to interpret those numbers, because I would probably be 
> biased :-) I added the number of days between releases: I think it's 
> important because it's logical that there are more downloads in a 
> longer period of time between two releases. I don't really understand 
> the low score of beta-8 which was a quite good release, odd. Well, 
> let's stop there... interpret whatever you want out of these figures!
>
>
> Groovy   number of     release      days between   average dowloads
>          downloads      date         releases         per day
>
> beta-9      7995     12-Jan-2005         26             308
> beta-8      4806     17-Dec-2004         79              61
> beta-7     12445     29-Sep-2004         76             163
> beta-6      1413     15-Jul-2004         62              23
> beta-5       450     14-May-2004         63               7
> beta-4       395     12-Mar-2004         49               8
> beta-3       375     23-Jan-2004         27              13
> beta-2       384     27-Dec-2003         16              24
> beta-1      1671     11-Dec-2003        105              16
>                      28-Aug-2003
>
> --
> Guillaume Laforge
> http://glaforge.free.fr/weblog
>
>

James
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Gmane