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


Top 10 posters for the period:

rank posts kbytes name address
1 3 7.0 Richard Vaughn rvaughn9@gmail.com
2 3 5.5 Bill Marcum marcumbill@bellsouth.net
3 3 2.8 lo1l lo1l@localhost.localdomai
4 2 27.7 FAQ (bi-weekly) comp.os.linux.setup-FAQ@w
5 2 4.1 joe jcharth@gmail.com
6 2 4.0 Bit Twister BitTwister@mouse-potato.c
7 2 3.0 Ignoramus26519 ignoramus26519@NOSPAM.265
8 2 2.6 "Trevor L. LionKing486@gmail.com
9 1 5.2 jayjwa jayjwa@news.vdrl.ath.cx
10 1 4.4 "2401 members, members Paul_Merck@2cuk.co.uk
--- -----
21 66.2 Total for top 10

Totals for the newsgroup:
30 posters
41 articles
106.6 kbytes

The top 10 accounted for:
33.3% of the posters
51.2% of the articles
62.0% of the bytes

Averages:
1.4 articles / poster
2.6 kbytes / article
3.6 kbytes / poster

Top 10 subjects for the period:

posts kbytes subject
8 11.7 Where is configuration files generally?
3 6.8 /home File System Oddity in Ubuntu
3 5.7 invalid geometry any ideas?
3 4.4 GRUB boot message (error)
2 27.7 A new reader? Welcome to comp.os.linux.setup, read this first i
2 6.6 Multihome system routing
2 4.5 Freespire, WinXP and Airboot
2 4.1 Ubuntu PC 'falling asleep' on the network
2 3.6 Trouble during installation process
2 2.6 Fedora 7 with Sigmatel 9200 question

41 articles on 21 subjects
24 were followups (58.5%)
9 were crossposts (22.0%)

106.6 kbytes total
headers: 44.3kb 41.6%
quoted text: 10.5kb 9.8%
original text: 50.7kb 47.6%
signatures: 1.1kb 1.0%

Averages:
2.0 articles / subject
2.6 kbytes / article
5.1 kbytes / subject

Postings per weekday:

Day posts
Monday 7
Tuesday 6
Wednesday 3
Thursday 7
Friday 3
Saturday 7
Sunday 8
(*=10 posts)

Top 10 Newsreader used (accumulated):

posts newsreader user
14 (34.1%) g2 11 36.7%
9 (22.0%) slrn 5 16.7%
5 (12.2%) gnus 3 10.0%
3 (7.3%) pan 3 10.0%
2 (4.9%) post-direct 1 3.3%
2 (4.9%) knode 2 6.7%
1 (2.4%) tin 1 3.3%
1 (2.4%) postdirect 1 3.3%
1 (2.4%) pluto 1 3.3%
1 (2.4%) nn 1 3.3%

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...