Alvaro Lopez Ortega <alvaro <at> gnu.org>
2008-07-24 13:55:40 GMT
On 24 Jul 2008, at 12:16, Milo van der Linden wrote:
> Hello Cherokee people!
Hello Milo, welcome!
> - - Google Analytics in the website footer. This way the community can
> track visits, get an overview on the number of downloads and get some
> insight in pages that are atractive to the public. I would love to
> pro's or con's for this.
I cannot see the point, actually. Let's imagine we had the data today;
What would we do with it? How would it become useful for the project?
IMO, it'd be good to know -for instance- the total number of
downloads, although as long as there are many organizations (mirrors,
Debian, etc) distributing the sources, there is no way to know it. It
would be also good to know how we do with the global deployment, but
we already got Netcraft (*1) for that.
So, unless someone comes up with a good reason for putting it in
place, I wouldn't add it.
1.- By the way. Do you guys know of some Netcraft competitor? I mean,
some other company/org. collecting the same sort of data.
> - - Documentation per version on the website. I am a big fan of
> postgreSQL. They have a pretty nice documentation section, with TOC