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  1. CSPP Stats: 17/08/2006-01/09/2006

    Times are Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) +0:00

    Statistics span a period of roughly 15 days

    Subject line formatted consistently "CSPP Stats: "

    Killfile if uninterested
    __________________________________________________ __________
    Turquoise SuperStat 2.2 * Message area statistics
    =================================================

    (c) Copyright 1998-2005 Peter Karlsson

    This report covers 196 messages written between 2006-08-17 02:13:08 and
    2006-09-01 16:07:01

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    Quoters (includes people who have written at least three messages)

    Place Name Msgs Ratio
    1. LostMedic 3 79.25%
    2. timbrel 5 79.13%
    3. Jim Anderson 7 71.18%
    4. joelsanda 3 63.24%
    5. pixturesk@gmail.com 3 60.27%
    6. Keith 3 58.72%
    7. mike 6 56.94%
    8. Thomas Reinel 5 51.11%
    9. DervMan 4 49.45%
    10. Doug Herr 3 48.03%
    11. dhoffman@talkamerica.net 10 46.65%
    12. rich@notyahoo.com 3 44.81%
    13. Laurent Bugnion 3 44.54%
    14. R. Barre 3 32.02%
    15. FRED 3 29.94%

    A total of 182295 bytes were written (message bodies only), of which 76438,
    or 41.93%, were quotes.

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    Toplist of writers

    Place Name Msgs Bytes Quoted
    1. dhoffman@talkamerica.net 10 14431 46.6%
    2. Jim Anderson 7 6694 71.2%
    3. mike 6 10377 56.9%
    4. timbrel 5 8404 79.1%
    Thomas Reinel 5 3596 51.1%
    6. DervMan 4 4948 49.5%
    7. joelsanda 3 4336 63.2%
    zoara 3 4004 19.9%
    LostMedic 3 3133 79.3%
    Laurent Bugnion 3 2757 44.5%
    FRED 3 2238 29.9%
    Paul Nevai 3 2127 8.8%
    rich@notyahoo.com 3 1964 44.8%
    pixturesk@gmail.com 3 1928 60.3%
    Doug Herr 3 1805 48.0%

    A total of 116 people were identified.

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    Toplist of original content per message (of people who have written at least
    three messages)

    Place Name Orig. / Msgs = PrMsg Quoted
    1. zoara 3208 / 3 = 1069 19.9%
    2. dhoffman@talkamerica.net 7699 / 10 = 769 46.6%
    3. mike 4468 / 6 = 744 56.9%
    4. Paul Nevai 1939 / 3 = 646 8.8%
    5. DervMan 2501 / 4 = 625 49.5%
    6. joelsanda 1594 / 3 = 531 63.2%
    7. FRED 1568 / 3 = 522 29.9%
    8. Laurent Bugnion 1529 / 3 = 509 44.5%
    9. rich@notyahoo.com 1084 / 3 = 361 44.8%
    10. Thomas Reinel 1758 / 5 = 351 51.1%
    11. timbrel 1754 / 5 = 350 79.1%
    12. Doug Herr 938 / 3 = 312 48.0%
    13. Jim Anderson 14. pixturesk@gmail.com 766 / 3 = 255 60.3%
    15. R. Barre 762 / 3 = 254 32.0%

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    Toplist of subjects

    Place Subject Msgs Bytes
    1. To maximize the PIM capabilities of Palm PDAs 12 23641
    2. Best Case for a TX 11 7607
    3. Syncing 2 palms w the same contacts/agenda 9 10895
    4. Question About Palm T!X and battery life for backpacking 7 6360
    5. I would not buy anything that Palm makes 6 8856
    Recommendation for Password App 6 5173
    7. Palm TX Startup Lag 5 6956
    Replace my IIxe or not? 5 6620
    Deleting .dba File from Pilot Professional 5 3036
    10. I would not buy anything that Palm makes [What's next & V 4 8516
    HELP - Uninstalling Desktop 4 5150
    Something's corrupted? Can't overwrite files, etc 4 4553
    Cant read card 4 3690
    M515 battery life with new 1000mah 4 3184
    WHICH GROUP?!? VIDEO PROBLEM 4 2502

    A total of 75 subjects were identified.

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    Toplist of programs

    Place Program Msgs
    1. G2 71
    0.2:71
    2. Microsoft Outlook Express 28
    6.00.2600.0000:1 6.00.2800.1506:1 6.00.2800.1807:3 6.00.2900.2869:23
    3. Thunderbird 1.5.0.5 12
    4. Forte Agent 11
    1.91/32.564:1 3.0/32.763:2 3.1/32.783:1 3.2/32.830:1 3.3/32.846:2
    4.0/32.1069:1 4.0/32.1071:1 4.0/32.1072:1 4.0/32.1074:1
    5. MicroPlanet-Gravity 8
    2.60.2060:7 2.70.2067:1
    Pan 8
    0.14.2:1 0.14.2.91:7
    7. 40tude_Dialog 7
    2.0.15.1:2 2.0.15.1de:5
    8. slrn 4
    0.9.8.1pl1:4
    Xnews 4
    2006.08.05:1 5.04.25:3
    Unison 4
    1.7.2:1 1.7.5:1 1.7.6:2
    11. MacSOUP/2.7 (Mac OS X 3
    10.4.7):3
    KNode 3
    0.10.2:1 0.10.4:2
    MT-NewsWatcher 3
    3.4:3
    trn 4.0-test72 3
    19:3
    15. BNews2004v20 2

    A total of 29 different programs (not counting different versions) were
    identified.

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    Postings per weekday

    Day Msgs
    Monday 27 *************************************
    Tuesday 17 ***********************
    Wednesday 36 **************************************************
    Thursday 43 ************************************************** **********
    Friday 37 ************************************************** *
    Saturday 18 *************************
    Sunday 18 *************************

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    Postings per hour

    Hour Msgs
    0000-0059 6 ************************
    0100-0159 2 ********
    0200-0259 9 ************************************
    0300-0359 5 ********************
    0400-0459 5 ********************
    0500-0559 4 ****************
    0600-0659 4 ****************
    0700-0759 8 ********************************
    0800-0859 7 ****************************
    0900-0959 15 ************************************************** **********
    1000-1059 13 ************************************************** **
    1100-1159 9 ************************************
    1200-1259 10 ****************************************
    1300-1359 10 ****************************************
    1400-1459 8 ********************************
    1500-1559 10 ****************************************
    1600-1659 7 ****************************
    1700-1759 9 ************************************
    1800-1859 7 ****************************
    1900-1959 10 ****************************************
    2000-2059 8 ********************************
    2100-2159 10 ****************************************
    2200-2259 13 ************************************************** **
    2300-2359 7 ****************************

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  2. Re: CSPP Stats: 17/08/2006-01/09/2006

    Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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    >


    Is there a reason you keep posting these stats?

    Notan

  3. Re: CSPP Stats: 17/08/2006-01/09/2006

    __/ [ Notan ] on Saturday 02 September 2006 03:46 \__

    > Roy Schestowitz wrote:
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Is there a reason you keep posting these stats?
    >
    > Notan


    Many other newsgroups die because there is no community thriving in them. I
    have been in this newsgroup since 2003/4 (more active in the past) and I
    thought that it might help to get a friendly atmosphere. Most posters here
    are hit-and-runners from Google Groups. By all means, please tell me if you
    think I should stop this.

    Best wishes,

    Roy

  4. Re: CSPP Stats: 17/08/2006-01/09/2006

    Roy Schestowitz wrote:
    > __/ [ Notan ] on Saturday 02 September 2006 03:46 \__
    >
    >> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
    >>>

    >> Is there a reason you keep posting these stats?
    >>
    >> Notan

    >
    > Many other newsgroups die because there is no community thriving in them. I
    > have been in this newsgroup since 2003/4 (more active in the past) and I
    > thought that it might help to get a friendly atmosphere. Most posters here
    > are hit-and-runners from Google Groups. By all means, please tell me if you
    > think I should stop this.
    >
    > Best wishes,
    >
    > Roy


    I find them interesting. The breakdown of software used to post the
    group is quite interesting to me.

    Ben

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