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From Uli Mayring <u...@denic.de>
Subject Re: Ranting on a Wednesday evening [was: RE: Cocoon Marketing Position]
Date Wed, 10 Apr 2002 23:43:30 GMT
On Wed, 10 Apr 2002, Steven Noels wrote:

> * +/- 1800 mails / month on cocoon-dev
> * admittedly, only +/- 1000 mails / month on cocoon-users

FWIW:

#absolute number of postings (03/2001 - 03/2002)
/average number of postings per month for this 13-month period

user = user mailing list
dev = developer mailing list

Project   #user   #dev   /user   /dev   ratio
Xalan      1282   10825    99     833   0.2
Ant       13829   18143  1064    1396   0.8
Cocoon    14504   18083  1116    1387   0.8
Velocity   5866    3938   451     303   1.5
Tomcat    41090   20315  3160    1563   2.0
Soap       8974    3355   690     258   2.7
Struts    25535    5379  1964     414   4.7
Zope      27651    5915  2127     455   4.7

Yep, Cocoon is definitely a developer technology. Users go elsewhere. Any
other interpretations of these numbers?

Now let's take a look at the historical development of Cocoon's numbers. I
have two 13-month periods here, the topmost is the one from above and
below is the previous 13-month period:

Period     #user   #dev   /user   /dev   ratio
2001/2002  14504   18083  1116    1387   0.8
2000/2001  15664   10505  1205     808   1.5

While development has substantially increased, usage has remained
constant. Conclusion?

Ulrich

-- 
Ulrich Mayring
DENIC eG, Softwareentwicklung


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