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For Danish there is no problem loosing the old information from before 2006.

maybe the graphs could be saved on an archive page? If someone is interested in still having them around?

Are we still going to see some kind of total as today?

36824 package descriptions are active;

lang bg has 0 (1) active translations from 1 translations;
lang ca has 26 (43) active translations from 104 translations;
lang cs has 4341 (2393) active translations from 13762 translations;
lang da has 10439 (580) active translations from 13813 translations;

bye
Joe
Danish


Fra: Martijn van Oosterhout <kleptog@gmail.com>
Til: Debian I18n <debian-i18n@lists.debian.org>; Debian L10N Development <debian-l10n-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Sendt: 16:06 søndag den 12. august 2012
Emne: DDTP stats/graphs

Hoi,

On the front page of ddtp.debian.net there are a number of graphs.

http://ddtp.debian.net/

These graphs are, um, a little weird, as the underlying data is just a
bunch of text files and due to various issues with the database over
the years they fluctuate a bit.

What I'm proposing is the replace the graph data with the tracking of
the creation time of a translation. With this information the graphs
could be created on the fly and we could make many more kinds of
graphs. In particular, the volume information needed to make the
graphs relating to milestones is making the debian-admins nervous.
Tracking the timestamp of translations would make this redundant as it
could be generated on the fly. So:

Pros:
- more kinds of graphs possible (progress per section, for example)
- less susceptible to temporary database problems
- takes less disk space
- seems like information we'd like to track anyway

Cons:
- no longer immutable
- we don't have the info now so it has to be guessed. I only have
enough information to accurately estimate back to August 2006, so we'd
lose any graphs from before then. But looking at the graphs I don't
think I trust the current data before then anyway.
- not really auditable, but I don't think people really expected it to be.

Adding the information I don't think is controversial, I guess the
question is more whether we want to keep the old data. Do people even
care about the graphs?

Any comments/thoughts?

Have a nice day,
--
Martijn van Oosterhout <kleptog@gmail.com> http://svana.org/kleptog/


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