|Re: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] Download stats reliability and SLA|
On Tue, Mar 17, 2020 at 8:12 PM Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The stats are reliable since I adressed the bug.Great thanks.And do you know how bots/builds may affect those stats? Are there some kind of filters in place?
There are no filters in place. We're providing raw numbers in the
hopes the projects can analyze trends. If there are clear
requirements on what to filter out, I'm open; it tends to me a
For Eclipse Platform/p2 artifacts, it seems OK as we have the download.stats relatively well defined and easy to define. The cases of direct links are, I imagine, negligible if the goal is to get an approximation of the number of users.
The problem is injection points -- we rely on the Find a Mirror script, and p2.statsURI for injecting a stats entry. If a project links to a mirror directly, or download.eclipse.org directly, or worse -- if a user follows a direct link, then no stats are generated for those downloads.
I would think extracting trends data from the numbers is where the value is. But I'm a server nerd, not a marketer :)
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