RubyForge statistics

Anyone else notice FLVTool2 suddenly marched up into the top 10
RubyForge downloads? If I’m wrong about this, then my apologies, but
given the specific nature of the project I suspect the 30,000+
downloads of RC5 weren’t made by 30,000 different people. Wouldn’t it
be better if Rubyforge counted downloads on a per IP address basis?
Just a thought.

T.

On May 7, 7:16 pm, Trans [email protected] wrote:

Anyone else notice FLVTool2 suddenly marched up into the top 10
RubyForge downloads? If I’m wrong about this, then my apologies, but
given the specific nature of the project I suspect the 30,000+
downloads of RC5 weren’t made by 30,000 different people. Wouldn’t it
be better if Rubyforge counted downloads on a per IP address basis?
Just a thought.

T.

You are so right. I’m working on just a beast right now. You can
track the progress on my blog (http://blog.mmmultiworks.com). I
should have the beta done before RailsConf (or at RailsConf). Get
ready for gem statistics data sliced in every which way. I’ll also
be
at RailsConf and happy to show you a more complete demo.
Matt Bauer

Mosquito Mole Multiworks

On May 7, 7:16 pm, Trans [email protected] wrote:

Anyone else notice FLVTool2 suddenly marched up into the top 10
RubyForge downloads? If I’m wrong about this, then my apologies, but
given the specific nature of the project I suspect the 30,000+
downloads of RC5 weren’t made by 30,000 different people. Wouldn’t it
be better if Rubyforge counted downloads on a per IP address basis?
Just a thought.

T.

You are so right. I’m working on just a beast right now. You can
track the progress on my blog (http://blog.mmmultiworks.com). I
should have the beta done before RailsConf (or at RailsConf). Get
ready for gem statistics data sliced in every which way. I’ll also be
at RailsConf and happy to show you a more complete demo.

Matt Bauer

Mosquito Mole Multiworks

On May 7, 11:36 pm, Matt [email protected] wrote:

You are so right. I’m working on just a beast right now. You can
track the progress on my blog (http://blog.mmmultiworks.com). I
should have the beta done before RailsConf (or at RailsConf). Get
ready for gem statistics data sliced in every which way. I’ll also be
at RailsConf and happy to show you a more complete demo.

Look forward to seeing it. (Though no RailsConf for me.)

T.

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