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    I've post today the post number 2001..more details below:

    Total Time Spent Online: 3 days, 2 hours and 43 minutes.
    Total Posts: 695 posts a bit lower than the number of registered users (734)
    Total Topics Started: 56 topics

    Here are the complete stats

    Not bad for all my GPL projects...remember I do support/coding on my free time, and do not earn
    money for this, so please stay polite and be precise when requesting support from me. Thanks

  • These are the Statistics and figures for my homepage in 2006.
    • 167 GB upload yearly!
    • 6/10 for my Google pagerank!
    • 45198 files downloaded!
    • 1.5 million pages delivered per months
    • 2.5millionpagehits per months
    • 1 095 629 visitors!

    Google Page Rank

    6/10



    Good

    http://www.waltercedric.com
    5/10



    Above Average

    http://wiki.waltercedric.com
    5/10



    Above Average

    http://demo.waltercedric.com
    4/10



    Average

    http://forums.waltercedric.com
    0/10




    http://bugs.waltercedric.com
    2/10



    Poor
    http://demo2.waltercedric.com

    Compare to
    9/10



    Very Good

    http://www.joomla.org
    8/10



    Very Good

    http://www.times.com
    8/10



    Very Good

    http://www.digg.com
    7/10



    Good

    http://www.osnews.com
    waltercedric.com contents
    • 34 sections
    • 272 categories
    • 1077 articles
    • 423 comments
    • 45198 downloads so far
    • 3580 pictures
    don't forget to click read more!


    Server Load since february 2006
    Generated by Webalizer Version 2.01
    Summary by Month
    Month Daily Avg Monthly Totals
    Hits Files Pages Visits Sites KBytes Visits Pages Files Hits
    Jan 2007 63882 51554 15808 4151 11 677 6393235 24910 94848 309325 383293
    Dec 2006 66009 49850 19469 4692 39 264 30 768 037 145469 603544 1545352 2046295
    Nov 2006 80549 52381 31327 5089 34 677 19 011 192 152676 939818 1571458 2416484
    Oct 2006 105721 59499 48721 4848 43 613 21 657 605 150314 1510369 1844489 3277365
    Sep 2006 53935 43127 14126 4297 40 412 14 520 801 128915 423809 1293819 1618069
    Aug 2006 46121 38196 12256 3757 34 844 13 936 919 116472 379957 1184096 1429756
    Jul 2006 38411 30707 11187 3162 26 259 9 740 129 98027 346818 951919 1190755
    Jun 2006 43115 33814 10938 2885 23 740 11 640 281 86572 328140 1014444 1293470
    May 2006 45460 36487 11820 2494 25 283 16 840 594 77336 366427 1131110 1409262
    Apr 2006 46076 36455 11459 2142 21 812 13 314 846 64276 343792 1093676 1382290
    Mar 2006 38880 30939 7267 1213 19 942 7 980 329 37621 225305 959132 1205289
    Feb 2006 24545 19153 4988 1003 7700 1 922 803 13041 64847 248989 319089
    Totals 167 726 771 1 095 629 5 627 674 13 147 809 17 971 417
    Number of visitors is increasing since server is crashing no more so often, and response time is better, will move soon to a new server with double more memory.
    Direct link of webalizer not given, only on request, to avoid statistics referer attack from bots trying to increase their ranking.

    • The audience of my homepage is really starting to rise....a big thanks to all my visitors! :-)
    • I have also migrated my Wiki to the latest stable release of WikiPedia 1.3.9 released 2004-12-12

  • MapReduce: Simplifed Data Processing on Large Clusters

    "MapReduce is a programming model and an associated implementation for processing and generating large data sets. Users specify a map function that processes a key/value pair to generate a set of intermediate key/value pairs, and a reduce function that merges all intermediate values associated with the same intermediate key. "
    Statistics of jobs in august 2004, as usual impressive amount of data!!!
    Number of jobs 29,423
    Average job completion time 634 se
    Machine days used 79,186 days
    Input data read 3,288 TB
    Intermediate data produced 758 TB
    Output data written 193 TB

    ...

    "It has been used across a wide range of domains within Google, including:&160;&160; large-scale machine learning problems,&160;&160; clustering problems for the Google News and Froogle products, MapReduce has been so successful because it makes it possible to write a simple program and run it ef ciently on a thousand machines in the course of half an hour, greatly speeding up the development and prototyping cycle. Furthermore, it allows programmers who have no experience with distributed and/or parallel systems to exploit large amounts of resources easily." more in the PDF here
  • A  timelines of Google’s acquisition, really beautiful!

    Google Acquisitions.

  • Some figures like every year to close 2008 and start 2009.

    My Google PageRank has never been so high, jumping from 6 to 7 has taken me nearly 2 years :-)

    Most visited homepage of all countries Netcraft pagerank of 36985

    pagerank.of.7

    Alexa

    Waltercedric.com has a worldwide traffic rank of: 73,016

    waltercedric.com.ranking2008

    Ad revenues

    Thanks to Google ADSense, I am now nearly able to cover the cost of a root server (40 to 45$ per months last months was less)

    waltercedric.com.radsense&160;

    813 guests in my Joomla! front end alone, this is a new record! the server cpu load top at 60% (1GB ram)

    a813guest.infreontend&160;

    Top 10 most trafficked posts of 2008 (in order)

    Total number of articles:1420 (+203)
    Total number of comments&160; 1417 (+677) for main site, 2430 (+891) for my forums
    Number of registered forums member: 998 (+440)

    Top Downloads

    • SecurityImages 4.1.2&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160; 34244
    • com_securityimages 4.3.3&160; 34121
    • SecurityImages 5.1.1 for Joomla! 1.5 14989
    • SecurityImages 5.0 0RC1 for Joomla! 1.5 12986
    • OpenComment 3.0.21&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160; 11923
    • component Hashcash 1.2.2 6890
    • JoomlaPatches for Joomla 1.0.13 for securityimages 4.x only&160; 6772
      JoomlaPatches for Joomla 1.0.15 for SecurityImages 4.x only&160; 6648
    • plugin_system_securityimages5.0.0RC1 6242
    • JoomlaCloud 1.0.2 6118
    • AkoCommentPlus1.1.7 new install 6020
    • opencomment 3.0.30 5768

    I will try to speed up my Joomla! development capabilities by going to a more professional route, so stay tuned for more exciting development news in 2009.

    A warm Thanks to all of you

  • I am currently checking all articles without tags, so far only 622 articles (on 1359 articles) have no tags at all...

    For those, that want to list all articles having no tags, fire up your favorite SQL browser, and just execute:

    select title from jos_content where id not in (SELECT contentid FROM jos_tag_category_map);

    This will return all articles without any tags.

    I am slowly trying to change that. By the way, It seems more and more people browse my homepage again (50'000 per months) which is 1/10th of last year, but it goes up everyday. As always, no good content, no high page rank.

    I will try to concentrate a bit on Joomla Comment development, and also publish some good articles that are waiting  in my draft folder.

  • linux

    How Fast it is Going, Who is Doing It, What They are Doing, and Who is Sponsoring It: An August 2009 Update

    The kernel which forms the core of the Linux system is the result of one of the largest cooperative software projects ever attempted. Regular 2-3 month releases deliver stable updates to Linux users, each with significant new features, added device support, and improved performance. The rate of change in the kernel is high and increasing, with over 10,000 patches going into each recent kernel release. These releases each contain the work of over 1000 developers representing around 200 corporations. Since 2005, over 5000 individual developers from nearly 500 different companies have contributed to the kernel. The Linux kernel, thus, has become a common resource developed on a massive scale by companies which are fierce competitors in other areas. A number of changes have been noted since this paper was first published in 2008:

    • We have seen a roughly 10% increase in the number of developers contributing to each kernel release cycle.
    • The rate of change has increased significantly; the number of lines of code added to the kernel each day has nearly tripled.
    • The kernel code base has grown by over 2.7 million lines The overall picture shows a robust development community which continues to grow both in size and in productivity. source http://www.linuxfoundation.org/publications/whowriteslinux.pdf
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  • Usage Statistics for waltercedric.com

    Summary Period: Last 12 Months
    Generated 02-Jan-2005 04:15 CET


    Summary by Month
    Month Daily Avg Monthly Totals
    Hits Files Pages Visits Sites KBytes Visits Pages Files Hits
    Dec 2004 19309 14828 2404 534 13434 5512189 16580 74527 459670 598582
    Nov 2004 33456 29383 17292 602 14579 4394865 18076 518775 881490 1003689
    Oct 2004 11980 8370 1678 546 15177 2426443 16926 52030 259487 371388
    Sep 2004 9399 6368 1491 500 12687 2208525 15024 44740 191057 281976
    Aug 2004 11645 8463 1520 433 6178 5553649 6937 24330 135413 186327

    Totals 20281471 74042 715817 1943081 2463588

     


    Generated by Webalizer Version 2.01
  • Thanks to all my visitors!

    • It seems that You appreciate my new Mambo powered Homepage: nearly 300.000 visitors in 15 months: an average of 20.000 visits monthly
    • My Google ranking (Google's measure of the importance of this page) is 3/10 which is terrific for a personal page :-)
    • I receive app. 3 to 5 emails enquiries about articles weekly in german, french and english, sorry but I can not read spanish or japanese :-)
    • I receive app. one Job offer each week per email :-)
    • I have app. 200 comments posted in articles :-) You feedback is important, I always try to improve articles contents based on Your remarqs.
    • Only the forum is not really used...

    You are encouraging me each day to do more...let's keep the good work together :-)

  • In fact the module counter is working only if Mambo internal statistics are switch on. I've had to add the past two months visits to the counter (switch off since mid september)
  • Google has read approx. 1 billion pages and present on these pages some statistics about frequency and presence of HTML tags. While not really useful for normal internet users, this can help us, developer and webmaster to better understand or write new content.


    • Over four billion Web pages, each an average of 10KB, all fully indexed, and 1,000 search every second of every day, are performed on this data volume....
    • 104 search page frontend including Klingon and Tagalog,
    • Up to 2,000 PCs in a cluster and over 30 clusters,
    • One petabyte (10^15) of data in a cluster,
    • Sustained transfer rates of 2Gbps in a cluster,
    • An expectation that two machines will fail every day in each of the larger clusters
    • No complete system failure since February 2000
    Read more Here: The magic that makes Google tick; Matt Loney, ZDNet UK
  • Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, has 490,000 articles -- in English alone. All together, including its French, German, Italian, Chinese, Spanish and many other versions, it has well over 1.3 million entries.  But without its 16,000 contributors, Wikipedia would be about as useful as a moldy 1978 edition of Encyclopedia Americana. With them, Wikipedia has become the world's largest effort of its kind, and one that is compared to Encyclopedia Britannica in terms of quality and breadth. .... read more about the best contributor of the system

    Do not forget to visit also the  Wikipedia:Multilingual statistics page And extended stats here...happy readings

    English frontend:  69'730'972 visits  -  10'822'615'192 Kbytes -  910'901'926 in 6  months!!! (Src here)