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From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: httpd logs, web analytics, etc.
Date Wed, 06 Jul 2011 23:15:27 GMT
Thanks for anything you can find.  The alternative would be to start
collecting logs now, for  a month, and use that.  Or instrument with
Google Analytics or something.  That would give us a good indication
of what pages are most retrieved now.  Not quite as good as knowing
what was most-used back when the site was used for active development,
but would tell us what pages users are going after most.


On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 6:53 PM, Andrew Rist <> wrote:
> Rob,
> I'm trying to track this down also - it's pretty distributed, and I am not
> sure what is sharable.
> I'll do what I can.   (does anyone know who used to collect the stats for
> OOo?)
> Andrew
> On 6/27/2011 5:33 AM, Rob Weir wrote:
>> Do we have any detailed access logs or reports for OOo?  I think that
>> would be useful for prioritizing service migration, decided what to
>> archive versus what to keep alive, etc.  I've heard a lot of anecdotal
>> stories, but hard data is good to get the complete picture.
>> If it would be possible to get, say YTD httpd logs, then I could
>> generate some reports showing what web site services are post used.
>> Since the raw data likely has client IP addresses we probably should
>> treat it as it as sensitive and share only on the PMC's private
>> repository.
>> Same information would be useful for capacity planning purposes.
>> Also, how do Apache projects handle web analytics?  Is there any
>> tracking code installed by default? Is this permitted?  Do projects
>> have access to their httpd logs?
>> -Rob

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