Am 10/17/2016 06:58 PM, schrieb Peter Kovacs:
I say to them that the team has received  one mail that congrats them to
the successful release of 4.1.3 and add the link.

yes, I've put this online to the blog yesterday but didn't mentioned it until now.

That's all that is needed to keep the project alive. 1 happy user.

... and it is very likely that there are many, many more users than just 1 when we have millions of downloads. ;-)

I am sure they get out of concept.


Matthias Seidel<>  schrieb am Mo., 17. Okt. 2016,

Call it a marketing number...

That number is for those people who insist on their opinion that no one
ever downloads AOO and nobody uses it.
And believe me, there are people who repeat this since 2011 constantly! ;-)

BTW, a page should be up to date or it should be deleted. But never

regards, Matthias

Am 17.10.2016 um 17:46 schrieb Dennis E. Hamilton:
I'm not certain what the point of the aggregate count is, apart from it
a larger number.  While pride is taken in it, it is not clear how
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
know what downloads are for new users and what downloads are for updates
(including re-downloading) by existing users.

Here's a recent summary:<>

Although US destinations account for 16% of downloads, about 40% of all
downloads are of an English localization.

  - Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: Matthias Seidel []
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 08:30
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
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: ?

BTW, I thing the graphic cuts off at 160.000.000...



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