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Difference between revisions of "Debian/PopularityContest"

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The popularity contest project is an attempt to map the usage of Debian packages.
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The popularity contest project is an attempt to map the usage of [[Debian]] packages.
 
This site publishes the statistics gathered from report send by users of the popularity-contest package.
 
This site publishes the statistics gathered from report send by users of the popularity-contest package.
 
This package send every week the list of packages installed and the access time of relevant files to the server via email.
 
This package send every week the list of packages installed and the access time of relevant files to the server via email.
 
Every day the server anonymize the result and publishes this survey.
 
Every day the server anonymize the result and publishes this survey.
 
For more information, read the [http://popcon.debian.org/README README] and the [http://popcon.debian.org/FAQ FAQ].
 
For more information, read the [http://popcon.debian.org/README README] and the [http://popcon.debian.org/FAQ FAQ].
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Latest revision as of 16:44, 20 February 2005

The popularity contest project is an attempt to map the usage of Debian packages. This site publishes the statistics gathered from report send by users of the popularity-contest package. This package send every week the list of packages installed and the access time of relevant files to the server via email. Every day the server anonymize the result and publishes this survey. For more information, read the README and the FAQ.

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