--- Comment #7 from Andre Saboia <> ---
(In reply to Kunal Mehta (Legoktm) from comment #5)
> My idea: set a "sticky" preference when a user enables a beta feature
> ("$key-set"), but don't remove it when the user changes the option. Then we
> just count the number of people with that set and store it in another column
> in the table.

When a user enables a beta feature, this feature is added on the
'user_properties' table, but when the user disable that feature, it is not
removed from the table, just change its value (up_value) from 1 to 0.. which
means that all we have to do is the same we do to count enabled features.
Instead of 'where up_value=1' should use 'where up_value=0' on the select
command, but I'm not sure if there is a way to take this two values(enabled,
disabled) in one select command(with maybe a join) or another way..

> We'd also need a maintenance script to set all the rows for people who
> currently have a BF turned on (can't get data for people who already turned
> it off).
this mean we 'can get data for people who already turned it off'...

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