I'm not certain what the point of the aggregate count is, apart from it being a larger number. While pride is taken in it, it is not clear how meaningful it is.
The current rate of downloads averages out to around 3 million per month. That was true for 4.1.1 and for 4.1.2. It is likely that 4.1.3 will achieve a comparable take-up. But of course, this does not tell you how many users. In particular, we don't know what downloads are for new users and what downloads are for updates (including re-downloading) by existing users. Here's a recent summary: <https://s.apache.org/dxaX> Although US destinations account for 16% of downloads, about 40% of all downloads are of an English localization. - Dennis > -----Original Message----- > From: Matthias Seidel [mailto:matthias.sei...@hamburg.de] > Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 08:30 > To: email@example.com > Subject: Re: Download Stats > > Answering myself... ;-) > > The python-script on that page should be updated to include version > 4.1.3. And I think it must be run manually for updated data. > > The problem with the graphs is that both are defined with a height of > 150px. > That's OK for the daily downloads, but at 160.000.000 total downloads > the graph is cut off in a flat line. > (We now must be at about 200.000.000 total downloads) > > regards, Matthias > > (P.S.: Downloads on scourceforge are close to half a million for 4.1.3) > > > Am 16.10.2016 um 23:34 schrieb Matthias Seidel: > > Looking at the download counter on scourceforge :-), am I the only one > > interested in an updated chart on: > > > > http://www.openoffice.org/stats/downloads.html ? > > > > BTW, I thing the graphic cuts off at 160.000.000... > > > > regards > > > > Matthias > > > > >
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