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  1. Weekly Statistics for comp.os.linux.advocacy. 7/5/2008

    Weekly Statistics for comp.os.linux.advocacy. 7/5/2008



    Number of threads ................... 405
    Number of articles .................. 2934
    Average articles per thread ......... 7.24
    Number of unanswered posts .......... 229


    Top Threads

    Ranking Articles Subject
    ------- -------- ----------------------------
    1 412 Re: Single Request to Peter K.
    2 124 More HIGHLY CRITICAL security vulnerabilities found in Firefox today.
    3 104 Linux market share jumps from 0.6% to 0.8% in June
    4 82 Re: Linux: impossible to use in ANY professional situation
    5 76 Michael Dell interview on CSPAN
    6 74 Re: More Snitage
    7 68 How's this for market share?
    8 63 [News] Windows Malware mess now causes skewed Web stats too
    9 47 Why people "choose" Windows
    10 45 Market Share
    11 44 Re: [News] KDE4 Gets a Lot More Robust in Latest Beta
    12 41 For the FOURTH time, please, which Linux distro for a older system?
    13 40 The "right" to "own" knowledge
    14 36 Linux: blindly install 42 updates hoping to fix freezing problem... still freezes
    15 35 [News] Microsoft Employee Speaks Against Software Patents
    16 34 C.O.L.A. Newcomer FAQ and Primer Edition: 23 - 10/24/07
    17 34 OT: "algorithm" test
    18 32 Ubuntu gripe No. 2 - gnome-pilot
    19 32 More MS slopware
    20 31 [News] The Latest Stupid Plan to Fight Intellectual Monopolies -- by Paying
    21 29 Re: The Night Before Xmas COLA style....of course.....
    22 28 Re: What Linux distro to use for old Intel machine, that fits on CDs?
    23 28 Re: Here's a place to leave your opinions about BG's legacy
    24 26 Is there a market for an open source router?
    25 26 Vista experience
    26 25 [News] Enterprises Look for Someone to Blame, Misundertand Linux
    27 25 I like DFS and Flatfish
    28 24 Lawyers to Judge: Hans Reiser May Be 'Mentally Incompetent'
    29 23 Oh no, Snit! A TWO page paper!
    30 22 A bug you can duplicate
    31 22 [OT] Bush surveys damage caused by ...
    32 21 Re: OT: Snit's very public breakdown
    33 21 Re: What Linux distro to use for old Intel machine, that fits on CDs?
    34 21 Michael Robertson says Microsoft's imposing lead in the desktop market means Linux should look to next-gen devices for growth.
    35 19 [Troll] Reality Distortion Fields
    36 19 [Troll] Download speed
    37 19 Microsoft strong-arms sports fans: Olympic Games online coverage only for Vista users
    38 18 Getting Distro's to Work Together
    39 18 Steven Vaughan-Nichols - KDE 4.x is "Just plain bad" and "awful"
    40 18 Linux is NOT Windows
    41 17 Latest PS3 firmware patch from Sony pulled after it bricks PS3 systems
    42 15 Retro gaming comes to Linux
    43 15 Re: Single request...
    44 14 Battle of the Retards
    45 14 NEWS The Linux City delays migration (80% of 14000 excluding other 28000) until 2012
    46 14 What the ell is going on with my investment in Microsoft???
    47 13 Sony PlayStation site (running linux) hacked and made dangerous
    48 13 Single Request to Snot/Snit/Michael Glasser/Prescott Computer Guy
    49 13 [News] MSBBC Steers Away from Microsoft for Cost and Cross-platform
    50 12 [News] Significant Webcam Support Improvement Coming to Linux
    51 12 ubunto rocks! (not)
    52 12 Tamil Nadu laptops MUST be 100% Linux compatible
    53 12 Re: CAFC took JMRI case under advisement
    54 12 Linux - "just works" doesn't work and it's generic support if it does work.
    55 12 I like my ubuntu/gnome
    56 12 Eat your own dogfood, Snit!
    57 12 Michael Glasser Prescott Computer Guy figures out notepad!
    58 11 Idiot Quote
    59 11 OT> I'm a bit lonely
    60 11 Snit tells us how to secure our computers
    61 10 Positioning is off on web sites
    62 10 4th of July - Linux Independence Day (Corrected)
    63 10 Cracked on Vista
    64 10 Re: Another beautiful, functional Linux desktop
    65 10 Linux: so stylish
    66 10 Linux: freezing makes it unusable as a server
    67 10 Let us just admit.
    68 10 MSFT is way down today, why?
    69 10 Google (on-line) Apps - definitely NOT ready for the enterprise
    70 9 [News] [Rival] 320,000,000 Windows Zombies and Still Getting Worse
    71 9 Should Motherboard makers bundle Linux CD with every shipment?
    72 9 Re: Firefox phones home. Where's the outrage?
    73 9 Does this site look ok on your computer
    74 9 COLA newbie tips No. 1 - installing UBUNTU 8.04 with only 256MB ofmemory
    75 9 ATI Radeon Support for Linux : from day one.
    76 9 [News] [Rival] "Huge Security Problem in Internet Explorer" (All Versions Affected)
    77 8 where is that flatfish guy....
    78 8 [News] Eee PC with Linux Receives Daily Telegraph's Praise
    79 8 [News] [Rival] XP's Retirement Has Windows Abandoned for Free Software
    80 8 [News] [SOT] Crazy New Laws Against PC Repair Workers
    81 8 Can Linux reach 1% desktop share in 20 years?
    82 7 [News] [Rival] OOXML Abuses Revisited, Complaints from EC, Denials from ISO
    83 7 [SOT] Over 600 million Web users at risk?
    84 7 CEO of another failed linux distro (Linspire) sells out and deserts the sinking ship.
    85 7 Re: Awwww the fonts have little "feet"
    86 7 gOS
    87 7 THOUSANDS of applications ready for the iPhone. Linux based phones ignored.
    88 7 The Summer Olympic W3C Validator Games
    89 7 Long Live DFS! Long Live Flat Fish!
    90 7 Mandriva Linux 2008: Good Stuff!
    91 6 [News] [Rival] Update on Microsoft Crime and Microsoft-enabled Cybercrime
    92 6 Linux needs to go the extra mile to be useful
    93 6 Re: [News] Intellectual Monopolists Find Another Back Door for Draconian Law
    94 6 [News] [Rival] H-P Still Doing Microsoft's Dirty Laundry
    95 6 [News] [Rival] Microsoft Windows Compromises ATMs
    96 6 Linux: falls down for no reason - literally
    97 6 Re: What does 65mb get you in Linux?
    98 5 Compromised Linux box used for large-scale DoS attack
    99 5 [News] Adobe Blob Player Shows Platform Parity, But Stuck in 32-bit Era
    100 5 Re: Linux sound jungle.
    101 5 [News] Anti-Linux Trolls Classified
    102 5 Michael Glasser: Prescott Computer Guy
    103 5 [News] Linux is for Gamers, Shows LinuX-Gamers
    104 5 [News] The Death of Windows XP Spurs Migration to GNU/Linux
    105 5 [News] Dell Recognises Anti-Vista Sentiments, Offers Alternatives
    106 5 Re: Why Use Windows?
    107 4 Package Managers
    108 4 [News] Blizzard Works on GNU/Linux Compatibility for World of Warcraft
    109 4 High Plains Thumper Caught Shifting Again......
    110 4 Whoop! Whoop! Whooop! Micoshaft Proprietory Ship is sinking!
    111 4 [News] Blob-hugging NVidia Sees Business Getting Lost
    112 4 Re: [News] KWord Gets ODF Support, Abiword Eases Migration to GNU/Linux
    113 4 Re: [News] (Another twisted headline by Schestowitz) 10 Reasons WhySchools Must Teach Using GNU/Linux
    114 4 Re: Why Schestowitz, et al, hate Gates
    115 4 [News] Another Look at Ubuntu MID, "Biggest Contender in Mobile Space"
    116 4 The year of the linux desktop will be economically driven
    117 4 [News] RMS Responds to Media's Gates Obssession and Unethical Software
    118 4 Linux has changed a lot...
    119 4 [News] [SOT] Political Corruption Likely Behind "3 Strikes" Laws
    120 4 Michael Glasser Prescott Computer Guy: Uploading his friends
    121 4 [News] [Rival] Everybody Hates Windows Vista
    122 4 [News] Software Developers Reject Software Patents; USPTO is Broken
    123 4 [News] Extensive Listing of Linux Audio Software, Last.fm Review
    124 4 [News] [Rival] Leaving Microsoft to Actually Do Something Useful for Society
    125 4 [News] Iptables Enables GNU/Linux Users to Get Past Entire Medium Axing
    126 4 [News] Windows User Tries Linux, Unable to Disengage from Defective Metaphors
    127 4 Users consider KDE 4 "unfinished and buggy software" - OpenSuse has to defend shipping it.
    128 4 [News] GNU/Linux Linux Beats Electricity-wasting Windows in Benchmark




    Top Posters

    Ranking Articles Name
    ------- -------- ----------------------------
    1 369 Snit
    2 268 Roy Schestowitz
    3 211 Rick
    4 178 Moshe Goldfarb.
    5 157 Hadron
    6 110 thufir
    7 105 Ezekiel
    8 101 Phil Da Lick!
    9 100 Linonut
    10 100 DFS
    11 93 JEDIDIAH
    12 86 High Plains Thumper
    13 79 The Ghost In The Machine
    14 76 Homer
    15 71 Steve Carroll
    16 62 William Poaster
    17 53 Psyc Geek
    18 47 Peter Köhlmann
    19 45 chrisv
    20 43 Tim Smith
    21 42 Mark Kent
    22 38 Erik Funkenbusch
    23 34 Andrew Halliwell
    24 26 Tattoo Vampire
    25 25 amicus_curious
    26 23 Edwin
    27 20 raylopez99
    28 19 Sinister Midget
    29 16 Matt
    30 15 Houston Starterpad
    31 14 Richard Rasker
    32 13 Edward Stanfield
    33 12 Clogwog
    34 12 Gregory Shearman
    35 12 psycgeeks@yahoo.com
    36 11 7
    37 10 ray
    38 9 Alexander Terekhov
    39 9 Alan Baker
    40 9 bbgruff
    41 8 Subway steel
    42 8 core dump
    43 7 cc
    44 6 Benjamin Gawert
    45 5 Darth Chaos
    46 5 AZ Nomad
    47 5 Tim Adams
    48 4 Sandman
    49 4 Hyman Rosen
    50 4 relic
    51 4 RonB
    52 3 Robin T Cox
    53 3 segment fault
    54 3 Kelton
    55 3 ml2mst
    56 3 yxs066@gmail.com
    57 3 Attila
    58 2 yxs032@gmail.com
    59 2 Mike
    60 2 Nigel Feltham
    61 2 Hans
    62 2 yxs024@gmail.com
    63 2 yxs031@gmail.com
    64 2 Rich
    65 2 Cork Soaker
    66 2 nessuno@wigner.berkeley.edu
    67 2 Rich R
    68 2 Fritz Wuehlier
    69 2 Chris Burris
    70 2 rjack
    71 2 Stephen Fairchild
    72 2 Jerry McBride
    73 2 JR Weiss
    74 2 Sean Inglis
    75 2 Concepts Systems
    76 2 jebblue
    77 2 Donovan Hill
    78 2 Chance Furlong
    79 2 Rex Ballard
    80 2 Philip Peters
    81 2 Mark Hobley
    82 2 KUTLOZE SCHEEFGEPOEPTE
    83 1 Ramon F Herrera
    84 1 reporter
    85 1 R. Burris
    86 1 Timo Pirinen
    87 1 Terry Porter
    88 1 stef818@googlemail.com
    89 1 Tom Shelton
    90 1 Walter Mautner
    91 1 Vickie
    92 1 unionpenny@gmail.com
    93 1 Roy Culley
    94 1 Rod Dorman
    95 1 Robert Heller
    96 1 samvaknin
    97 1 SomeBloke
    98 1 shortT
    99 1 secretary@lxny.org
    100 1 Douglas Mayne
    101 1 emile290@googlemail.com
    102 1 Doug McIntyre
    103 1 Desk Rabbit
    104 1 Dookus_malukus
    105 1 Eric
    106 1 humble.life



    Top Newsreaders

    Ranking Articles Newsreader
    ------- -------- ----------------------------
    1 369 KNode
    2 369 Microsoft-Entourage
    3 366 Pan
    4 273 slrn
    5 270 Microsoft Outlook Express
    6 242 40tude_Dialog
    7 207 Thunderbird
    8 134 MT-NewsWatcher
    9 132 G2
    10 98 Gnus
    11 85 Mozilla
    12 62 Pan-
    13 60 emacs
    14 36 tin
    15 32 Forte Agent
    16 29 Microsoft Windows Mail
    17 12 Tandy Colour Computer
    18 5 Xerox
    19 3 RadioShack Colour Computer
    20 2 Microhard Lookout Expresstrain
    21 2 MicroPlanet-Gravity
    22 1 trn
    23 1 COLA Stats Engine
    24 1 TkNews
    25 1 MacSOUP
    26 1 nn


  2. Re: Weekly Statistics for comp.os.linux.advocacy. 7/5/2008

    Anonymous wrote:
    >
    > Weekly Statistics for comp.os.linux.advocacy. 7/5/2008
    >
    > Number of threads ................... 405
    > Number of articles .................. 2934
    > Average articles per thread ......... 7.24
    > Number of unanswered posts .......... 229


    Statistics for comp.os.linux.advocacy should be published ONLY on
    comp.os.linux.advocacy. Cross-posting to alt.os.linux.ubuntu is
    pure trolling.

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