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reply Laeeth Isharc <laeethnospam nospam.laeeth.com> writes:
Daily downloads of dmd are in a bull market:
http://erdani.com/d/downloads.daily.png

I wondered if it might be possible to break these out by region 
and OS.  I guess if Andrei were to make public the script that 
parses the download logs and produce the picture, somebody else 
could submit a pull request to break it down if they wished.

Might also be interesting to break down by other criteria as per 
subject.  Eg if you see people at Goldman Sachs and Morgan 
Stanley start to download, that's something interesting to know.  
(Not that one should publish such numbers, but by very broad 
category eg investment banks, asset managers, etc it might be 
interesting).
Mar 21 2017
next sibling parent Laeeth Isharc <laeethnospam nospam.laeeth.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 21 March 2017 at 14:14:24 UTC, Laeeth Isharc wrote:
 Daily downloads of dmd are in a bull market:
 http://erdani.com/d/downloads.daily.png

 I wondered if it might be possible to break these out by region 
 and OS.  I guess if Andrei were to make public the script that 
 parses the download logs and produce the picture, somebody else 
 could submit a pull request to break it down if they wished.

 Might also be interesting to break down by other criteria as 
 per subject.  Eg if you see people at Goldman Sachs and Morgan 
 Stanley start to download, that's something interesting to 
 know.  (Not that one should publish such numbers, but by very 
 broad category eg investment banks, asset managers, etc it 
 might be interesting).
unique IPs might also be interesting. or normalising it somehow for release frequency, since the more often we release the more times any one user getting the web will download it.
Mar 21 2017
prev sibling next sibling parent Joakim <dlang joakim.fea.st> writes:
On Tuesday, 21 March 2017 at 14:14:24 UTC, Laeeth Isharc wrote:
 Daily downloads of dmd are in a bull market:
 http://erdani.com/d/downloads.daily.png

 I wondered if it might be possible to break these out by region 
 and OS.  I guess if Andrei were to make public the script that 
 parses the download logs and produce the picture, somebody else 
 could submit a pull request to break it down if they wished.

 Might also be interesting to break down by other criteria as 
 per subject.  Eg if you see people at Goldman Sachs and Morgan 
 Stanley start to download, that's something interesting to 
 know.  (Not that one should publish such numbers, but by very 
 broad category eg investment banks, asset managers, etc it 
 might be interesting).
There are OS stats for ldc, look at the last major release 1.1.0: http://www.somsubhra.com/github-release-stats/?username=ldc-developers&repository=ldc dmd probably has a different distribution, but this gives you some idea.
Mar 21 2017
prev sibling parent reply =?UTF-8?Q?Ali_=c3=87ehreli?= <acehreli yahoo.com> writes:
For what its worth, here are the stats for ddili.org that hosts my books:

              Country  Pages   Hits Bandwidth (MB)
              -------  -----   ---- ---------
                China  18754  19122   304.05
               Turkey  18499  76544   536.30
        United States  17318  24623   842.63
   Russian Federation   8619  10713   239.23
              Germany   5904   7232   280.75
               France   3310   3654    89.76
          Netherlands   2570   3134    79.68
              Ukraine   2500   2776   118.80
        Great Britain   2479   3068   159.74
               Brazil   2265   2713    95.95
              Romania   1846   2202    85.69
               Norway   1671   1858    23.94
                Egypt   1046   1067    12.21
              Denmark   1046   1084    11.95
                India   1043   1238    33.43
       Czech Republic    973   1071    49.75
               Canada    893   1174    63.29
            Indonesia    892    944     9.69
             Bulgaria    854    923    21.66
                Italy    799    988    83.28
              Unknown    741    741     8.38
             Pakistan    659    667    28.96
            Argentina    617    656    45.20
               Poland    603    950    69.45
                Japan    529    781    25.33
               Others   7201  11068   975.62

For /ders/d.en/Programming_in_D.pdf (the English version of the book) 
for this month:

Hits:       406
206 Hits: 1,068

Ali
Mar 21 2017
next sibling parent reply Seb <seb wilzba.ch> writes:
On Tuesday, 21 March 2017 at 18:26:29 UTC, Ali Çehreli wrote:
 For what its worth, here are the stats for ddili.org that hosts 
 my books:

              Country  Pages   Hits Bandwidth (MB)
              -------  -----   ---- ---------
                China  18754  19122   304.05
               Turkey  18499  76544   536.30
        United States  17318  24623   842.63
   Russian Federation   8619  10713   239.23
              Germany   5904   7232   280.75
               France   3310   3654    89.76
          Netherlands   2570   3134    79.68
              Ukraine   2500   2776   118.80
        Great Britain   2479   3068   159.74
               Brazil   2265   2713    95.95
              Romania   1846   2202    85.69
               Norway   1671   1858    23.94
                Egypt   1046   1067    12.21
              Denmark   1046   1084    11.95
                India   1043   1238    33.43
       Czech Republic    973   1071    49.75
               Canada    893   1174    63.29
            Indonesia    892    944     9.69
             Bulgaria    854    923    21.66
                Italy    799    988    83.28
              Unknown    741    741     8.38
             Pakistan    659    667    28.96
            Argentina    617    656    45.20
               Poland    603    950    69.45
                Japan    529    781    25.33
               Others   7201  11068   975.62

 For /ders/d.en/Programming_in_D.pdf (the English version of the 
 book) for this month:

 Hits:       406
 206 Hits: 1,068

 Ali
Since beginning of this year for tour.dlang.org the number of _unique_ user sessions are: United States 2275 Russia 622 Germany 605 India 409 United Kingdom 403 Japan 354 Canada 280 France 261 Poland 249 China 241 Australia 201 Sweden 171 Ukraine 167 Brazil 166 Netherlands 152 Italy 151 Czechia 127 Israel 109 Mexico 106 Indonesia 103 Other 2131 Total 7008
Mar 21 2017
parent reply Laeeth Isharc <laeethnospam nospam.laeeth.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 21 March 2017 at 18:57:36 UTC, Seb wrote:
 On Tuesday, 21 March 2017 at 18:26:29 UTC, Ali Çehreli wrote:
Thanks for the colour, Seb and Ali - very interesting.
Mar 22 2017
parent reply Suliman <evermind live.ru> writes:
Stat out of date... Plz update it.
May 08
next sibling parent Seb <seb wilzba.ch> writes:
On Tuesday, 8 May 2018 at 07:54:15 UTC, Suliman wrote:
 Stat out of date... Plz update it.
https://imgur.com/a/xZp95is The first screenshot are the current months in 2018 (with the orange line being the previous period, i.e. the last months in 2017) The second screenshot is from 2017. tl;dr: in 2017 ~200k page views from 34k unique visitors Let me know if you need more detailed statistics.
May 08
prev sibling parent Andrei Alexandrescu <SeeWebsiteForEmail erdani.org> writes:
On 05/08/2018 03:54 AM, Suliman wrote:
 Stat out of date... Plz update it.
Done. Keep in mind those stats are noisy. They need to be improved, but couldn't find anyone to work on that. I have talked to a consultant, he was very successful with showing near-real-time statistics about the project and its progress in a dashboard that was visible to all project participants. For example he had product sales in real time, which I thought was a very nice touch: developers could see the result of their work making money instantly. He told me that that's a classic method used in Agile methodology. A very good project for us would be a near-real-time dashboard displaying downloads, site visits, github activity, and such. I know I'd keep such a page opened at all times. Andrei
May 08
prev sibling parent =?UTF-8?Q?Ali_=c3=87ehreli?= <acehreli yahoo.com> writes:
On 03/21/2017 11:26 AM, Ali Çehreli wrote:
 For what its worth, here are the stats for ddili.org that hosts my books:
 
               Country  Pages   Hits Bandwidth (MB)
               -------  -----   ---- ---------
                 China  18754  19122   304.05
                Turkey  18499  76544   536.30
         United States  17318  24623   842.63
    Russian Federation   8619  10713   239.23
               Germany   5904   7232   280.75
                France   3310   3654    89.76
           Netherlands   2570   3134    79.68
               Ukraine   2500   2776   118.80
         Great Britain   2479   3068   159.74
                Brazil   2265   2713    95.95
               Romania   1846   2202    85.69
                Norway   1671   1858    23.94
                 Egypt   1046   1067    12.21
               Denmark   1046   1084    11.95
                 India   1043   1238    33.43
        Czech Republic    973   1071    49.75
                Canada    893   1174    63.29
             Indonesia    892    944     9.69
              Bulgaria    854    923    21.66
                 Italy    799    988    83.28
               Unknown    741    741     8.38
              Pakistan    659    667    28.96
             Argentina    617    656    45.20
                Poland    603    950    69.45
                 Japan    529    781    25.33
                Others   7201  11068   975.62
 
 For /ders/d.en/Programming_in_D.pdf (the English version of the book) 
 for this month:
 
 Hits:       406
 206 Hits: 1,068
 
 Ali
An update for the month of April 2018. Visits to ddili.org from different locales: Country Pages Hits Bandwidth ------- ----- ---- --------- United States 36,619 44,380 1.81 GB Netherlands 26,736 27,035 376.55 MB Turkey 21,809 60,164 663.72 MB China 10,961 11,434 454.98 MB Norway 9,541 9,596 125.56 MB Russian Federation 6,075 8,134 392.83 MB Germany 3,281 5,039 526.16 MB Great Britain 3,258 3,816 148.13 MB Ukraine 2,544 2,779 69.63 MB Romania 2,171 2,611 256.53 MB Brazil 2,140 2,324 74.60 MB Denmark 2,005 3,807 20.75 MB India 1,828 2,023 112.91 MB Indonesia 1,685 1,730 42.46 MB France 1,183 1,800 88.90 MB Japan 1,149 1,316 57.90 MB Latvia 899 1,039 103.67 MB Thailand 825 839 9.13 MB Poland 821 1,109 92.50 MB Canada 791 1,108 51.44 MB Bangladesh 746 746 8.01 MB Hungary 725 885 16.30 MB Singapore 653 676 7.96 MB Sweden 631 714 46.59 MB Philippines 628 635 7.02 MB Others 6774 9373 1.36 GB Remembering that the book is available as HTML as well, here are the downloads for file /ders/d.en/Programming_in_D.pdf (the English version of the book) for April 2018: Hits: 659 206 Hits: 1,689 Ali
May 08