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From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Is it worth looking at Confluence Wiki Again?
Date Tue, 27 Sep 2011 21:03:41 GMT
On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 1:50 PM, TJ Frazier <> wrote:
> On 9/27/2011 13:29, TJ Frazier wrote:
>> On 9/27/2011 12:21, Rob Weir wrote:
>>> So obviously there is limited volunteer bandwidth to migrate the wiki.
>>> And I've heard from several people, on and off the list, that much of
>>> what is on the wiki is not very useful.
>>> Is there any way we can prioritize the effort?
>>> For example:
>>> 1) Is there any way to get page hit stats to see what pages are most
>>> accessed? If not already instrumented could we add Google Analytics
>>> for a couple of weeks?
>> There was a "top-ten" dynamic page list on the wiki main page. Clayton
>> removed it last March, on the grounds that it loaded the server too
>> heavily. I will try to reactivate it on the Apache copy, and see if it
>> yields any useful stats. (Please ignore any loud noises from the server
>> room.)
>> IIRC, the Basic Guide topped the list.
> Well, OK, fourth on the list. As scraped off the copy:
> 1       Dictionaries                                          
> 2       Documentation/FAQ                                      
> 3 Solutions                                1236521
> 4       Documentation/BASIC Guide                               659632
> 5       Documentation/DevGuide/ Developers Guide  608983
> 6       Database                                            
> 7       Documentation                                        
> 8       Documentation/FAQ/General                               493961
> 9       SV                                                
> I left the reporting still live on the Apache copy. The pages are linked
> there. It's a start to what's critical. If we want a "top-100" list, I can
> probably do that.

I'm assuming this is the link:

Do we have any sense of what % of page visits are comprised by the top
pages?   The above numbers look impressive, but I have no idea if the
top 10 pages account for 20% of the hits, or 1%.

I can crunch the numbers if there is some way to derive them.  I could
even crunch the http logs directly, if they are saved for a couple of

In any case, the top pages you've reported are not typical "community"
pages.  They would work well as markdown pages.  Except maybe the
FAQ's we want to be more dynamic and wiki-enabled.  Might even be
something the Forum volunteers would be interested in maintaining
directly, since they would have the best sense of what questions are

I think this is encouraging.

> /tj/

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