IRC and mailing list traffic statistics (until 1/2012)

Werner Almesberger werner at almesberger.net
Fri Feb 3 14:09:46 EST 2012


New year, new statistics ! Here's what's been going on in
January:

IRC traffic on #qi-hardware and #milkymist:

http://downloads.qi-hardware.com/people/werner/tmp/irc-qihw-0112.png

http://lists.en.qi-hardware.com/pipermail/discussion/

     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2009                          85 141 137 157  99 145
2010 180 180 263 214 412 218 492 295 260 132 116 174
2011 150 155 124 108  71 127  49 106 133  69  68  36
2012  38

http://lists.milkymist.org/pipermail/devel-milkymist.org/

     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2009                   3   8  15  27  33  14  24  14
2010  29  28  36  28  22  25  35  14  27  39  17  12
2011  61  43  59  81  17  48  43  35  24  78 114 183
2012  52

The Qi-Hardware list maintained its low traffic last month,
despite Jane's return :-) The IRC channel saw a considerable
increase of activity.

This may be in part because the channel picked up more talk
with a broader scope of topics than the traditional "hard
core" technical discussions centered mainly on the Ben that
dominated last year.

We also had some discussions related to electrical
engineering issues in Milkymist One on #qi-hardware.

Milkymist list traffic dropped considerably, as expected.
This is because most patches are now committed directly to
GitHub, without spamming the list. And as I had hoped, after
the disappearance of the patch flood, there are more real
discussions on the list.

Milkymist IRC traffic returned to roughly the previous
level after the relatively quiet December, topping
#qi-hardware traffic for the fourth month in a row.

Combined IRC traffic is back to mid-2011 levels, after a bit
of a lull in the last months.

- Werner




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