Re: DDTP stats/graphs
On 12 August 2012 23:56, Joe Dalton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You could mark the pages/data with an expire date. e.g. this page is going
> to be deleted on 2014-12 (then the guys or girls around at that time can
> remove them without being afraid deleting something to be saved for a longer
Well, the graph is all there is, a list of numbers. I can put it on a
legacy 'we don't know what there numbers mean" page.
> But the last figure must be influenced somehow. As i understand the figure
> is all translated packets through time? (but perhaps I'm wrong on this one).
> And as packets translated before 2006 is no longer in the data set, it must
> end up as a lower number?
That number is just the result of a "select count(*) from table where
language" query, so that number won't change. The numbers from before
2006 are from an unknown script that we don't know what it did.
Essentially it will look like in 2006 lots of translations came out of
nowhere, which is what happened since there was an import of the old
>> I'm looking for a list of the 200 most translated package
>> descriptions which does NOT have a Danish translation.
>> Can anybody make such a list?
> I like the idea very much!
> Any other metrics like this people can think of?
> Rationale: packages with good translation support are easier to add new
> translations to as you can use the work from other languages to build
> your translation (I tend to use nn, nb, da, de when I do sv for
> instance). And packages with good translation support generally have
> maintainers that are easy to work with when it comes to translations =)
Cross language statistics are something we don't have yet. But it
seems that "descriptions translated in X but not Y" would be
interesting to track.
Have a nice day,
Martijn van Oosterhout <email@example.com> http://svana.org/kleptog/