On Mon, Jun 04, 2018 at 03:50:34PM -0400, Jeff Backus wrote:
Thanks for the data. 25k is still a pretty healthy number. :) I
Yeah, absolutely. And it's likely that those mirror numbers undercount,
because not every system checks in daily, and then there's also NAT.
But, my gut feeling is that about half of those are not using a current
release _anyway_. Honest question: do you think that 12k would still
count as a healthy number? I mean, it's not peanuts. But maybe it'd be
better served by a Fedora remix (or similar) specifically targetting
older and low-powered systems?
that there are a lot of unknowns in the data, so it is difficult to
any hard conclusions, but 25k is still much larger than 0. Splitting into
i686 into i586 and i686 would give more insight into who still needs
non-SSE2... Probably hurts my argument, though. :)
Soooooo.... this is the kind of thing that more a detailed hardware
census could really help us with!
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