a couple people suggested people on thelist may be interested in the stats for evolt, so here ya go. if you have feelings either way on the subject, let me know :) .djc. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: [Admin] august stats Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2001 15:01:06 -0500 From: "Daniel J. Cody" <djc at starkmedia.com> Reply-To: admin at lists.evolt.org To: thesite at lists.evolt.org, admin at lists.evolt.org, thechat at lists.evolt.org August stats for the evolt.org sites are in: 1.2 Million 'hits' 500K page views(first time over half a mil!!) 77.5K distinct hosts served 51Gb data transferred(another first!) 17K page views per day of interest: the 500K page view total may be a bit low. apparently, analog doesn't count 404's as page views. due to our URL scheme, apache writes every viewed article to the error log, hence, none of the articles get counted for anything. this sucks, but if we assume 1 in 5(a low estimate IMO) of the 147,838 'Failed requests' were actually page views, we can figure another 29K or so page views that aren't getting reported. although if we said that every time isaac.css (the main stylesheet) got pulled up, we'd have 45K page views that aren't being reported. not a huge thing, but some people have asked me privatly why articles don't show up in the stats at times.. if there's a budding statistical analyst in the crowd and would like to do some plotting for us, lemme know :) google, 'dynamicdrive', altavista, my digital-web article, and martin's new york pictures round out the top 5 referers for the month 'admins' held 3 of the top 5 positions for hits on m.e.o again(jeff, me, david(the 'veritas' account has been inactive since week 1 aug)) i cut off the logs around midnight on the 30th, because i was taking off for the weekend(yes i roll them manually :), which gives us one less day to work with, but that extra day will be reflected in next months stats. lastly, we had a kick ass month for content on w.e.o - very high quality articles are leading to more referers from other web forums, etc. IMO, the best month we've ever had in terms of quality and quanity.. although september *is* shaping up pretty nice as well nice job and a big thanks to all the authors that contribute their content, time and energy :) http://browsers.evolt.org/stats/stats.aug2001.html as always, feel free to shout if there are questions or comments .djc.