Re: Statistics about mirror usage?
As the admin of the Hong Kong Debian mirror I can give you some figures. We have our webalizer log at http://arda.debian.org.hk/webalizer/hk.debian.org/
, it shows that there were 4262 hits to the main page of our web mirror in Feb 2007, but this is with bots and spiders included. If these are filtered, there were 1768 hits, not many, perhaps because Hong Kong is a small place. But it is always a good idea to keep mirrors in geographically disparate areas, in case something like  happens again...
I'm curious which parts of our website are being considered to switched from static pages to dynamically generated?
On 07/03/07, Alexander Schmehl <email@example.com
Often when discussing possible impovements of our website a major
argument during consideration is the requirement of only static pages to
make it as easy as possible for our mirrors.
I spend quite some time today surfing our webpages, and you know what?
www.debian.org, although I know very well, that there is
Actually I can't remember to ever used a webite mirror. So my behaviour
is that uncommon and if we have any numbers how much our mirrors are
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