Stats comp.os.linux.networking (last 7 days)


Top 10 posters for the period:

rank posts kbytes name address
1 6 8.4 toni nosopam@nospam.ns
2 5 15.5 "Leslie.E.Zeigler Leslie.E.Zeigler@gmail.co
3 3 7.2 Michael Heiming michael+USENET@www.heimin
4 3 6.8 Tauno Voipio tauno.voipio@INVALIDiki.f
5 3 6.2 morleyc@gmail.com morleyc@gmail.com
6 3 5.6 David Schwartz davids@webmaster.com
7 2 8.2 Moe Trin ibuprofin@painkiller.exam
8 2 7.9 Jack Snodgrass jacks_temp_id_indigo@veri
9 2 6.6 Christian Williamson c.willi@verizon.net
10 2 5.8 bisbar@gmail.com bisbar@gmail.com
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31 78.3 Total for top 10

Totals for the newsgroup:
43 posters
66 articles
180.8 kbytes

The top 10 accounted for:
23.3% of the posters
47.0% of the articles
43.3% of the bytes

Averages:
1.5 articles / poster
2.7 kbytes / article
4.2 kbytes / poster

3 people posted for the first time this period.
They went on to post 3 articles altogether

The new posters accounted for:
7.0% of the posters
4.5% of the articles
2.5% of the bytes


Top 10 subjects for the period:

posts kbytes subject
10 18.1 ipv6 - 16 byte??
8 22.1 PPTP thru SUSEfirewall
6 16.8 Linux remote script
5 12.2 Problems with two network cards on Debian Etch
4 5.0 linux server
3 11.2 Simple routing question...
2 5.7 help with my dbs server
2 5.1 Netatalk issues
2 4.7 NAT problem
2 4.5 Confusion regarding the TCP window size

66 articles on 28 subjects
42 were followups (63.6%)
2 were crossposts (3.0%)

180.7 kbytes total
headers: 73.7kb 40.8%
quoted text: 29.0kb 16.0%
original text: 76.3kb 42.2%
signatures: 1.7kb 1.0%

Averages:
2.4 articles / subject
2.7 kbytes / article
6.5 kbytes / subject

Postings per weekday:

Day posts
Monday 9
Tuesday 4
Wednesday 14 *
Thursday 6
Friday 12 *
Saturday 14 *
Sunday 7
(*=10 posts)

Top 10 Newsreader used (accumulated):

posts newsreader user
31 (47.0%) g2 21 48.8%
6 (9.1%) thunderbird 4 9.3%
6 (9.1%) microsoft 1 2.3%
5 (7.6%) mozilla 3 7.0%
4 (6.1%) tin 3 7.0%
4 (6.1%) slrn 3 7.0%
3 (4.5%) pan 2 4.7%
3 (4.5%) knode 3 7.0%
1 (1.5%) postdirect 1 2.3%
1 (1.5%) knews 1 2.3%

11 different newsreader have been used (versions unaccounted).

DISCLAIMER
Please, take the stats with a dash of salt,
quantity might not always imply quality.

Have a lot of fun...