On 01/12/14 15:20, Jan Zelený wrote:
> On 1. 12. 2014 at 14:40:44, Alec Leamas wrote:
>> On 01/12/14 13:56, Jan Zelený wrote:
>>> On 1. 12. 2014 at 12:26:07, Alec Leamas wrote:
>>>> While we're on it (in the form "how many devs do we have"): How
>>>> hard/impossible/unsuitable would it be to get a usable estimate on the #
>>>> of users, per package?
>>>> Here are so many problems, technical, policy, resources, (others?). That
>>>> said, feedback in the form "How many users uses/installs my package"
>>>> would IMHO be a great input for any packager. It would be the difference
>>>> between dropping the package in a black hole vs getting a message back
>>>> from the community.
>>>> Lets face it: I envy those who can measure the usage from a download
>>>> counter or so. Can we have something similar?
>>>> Could we even give people a badge when users actually uses a package ?
>>>> (hrmpf :) )
>>> Hi Alec,
>>> there are some plans in Fedora to start collecting some stats. Maybe not
>>> the per-package level but at least on the per-product level. See  and
>>>  for details.
>> Thanks for input!
>> When driven by "overall promotion and marketing strategy" as in  it
>> seems logical to focus on the product level. This also have technical
>> implications, since it boils down to something simple which can be sent
>> through a http header.
>> My starting point was the need for packagers to get feedback, by
>> definition on package level. Seems that any solution for this should
>> solve also the needs in , but it's more complicated and certainly not
>> the quick fix described in that bug.
>> Bottom line: perhaps this bug isn't that related to this discussion,
>> unless we can convince them to handle also the packager view in it.
> You are right, it's not directly related but if Fedora leaders plan to analyze
> logs for these sort of stats, perhaps they might be willing to extend the
> scope of the analysis.
Some by mistake private messages, now to list
I don't think there's much to discuss at present besides Fedora 21
testing, so I think we may as well just go right ahead and run a blocker
review meeting instead of the QA meeting. I'll send out an announce for
that right after this mail - usual time, but in #fedora-blocker-review,
and we'll review blockers. =)
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