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From Inge Wallin <i...@lysator.liu.se>
Subject Re: Draft blog post: 75 Million Downloads of Apache OpenOffice
Date Fri, 01 Nov 2013 10:33:53 GMT
On Thursday, October 31, 2013 13:20:19 Rob Weir wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 6:45 PM, Vladislav Stevanovic
> 
> <stevanovicvladislav@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Rob, very nice.
> > Can you in chart "Downloads by Language" put numbers of download? There is
> > pretty much of empty space...and everything will be much clearly.
> 
> I don't see any option to do this with the function I'm using in R.
> I'm calling dotchart().  But I can give a separate table of counts:

while we're at this topic...

Just FYI: I am writing for a magazine called TechWorld in Sweden and I thought 
that it was time to mention Apache OpenOffice. So I wrote this a few days ago: 
http://techworld.idg.se/2.1014/1.530105/apache-openoffice-nerladdat-over-70-
miljoner-ganger

	-Inge


> ar 85,678
> ast 11,667
> cs 513,261
> da 330,000
> de 7,886,040
> el 65,405
> en_GB 2,274,195
> en_US 27,408,931
> es 4,876,835
> eu 3,254
> fi 49,3241
> fr 11,503,844
> gd 1,972
> gl 1,4240
> hu 337,020
> it 6,059,711
> ja 3,809,689
> km 3,050
> ko 175,479
> lt 3,600
> nb 209,701
> nl 1,470,994
> pl 1,459,919
> pt 16,162
> pt_BR 923,549
> ru 329,3586
> sk 133,848
> sl 44,302
> sr 2,503
> sv 374,543
> ta 506
> tr 2,7373
> vi 2,462
> zh_TW 1,093,296
> zh_CN 350,369
> 
> But these numbers are hard to interpret, since it is a count across
> several AOO versions, and some languages have been supported longer
> than others.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> -Rob
> 
> > Regards,
> > Wlada
> > 
> > 
> > 2013/10/30 Marcus (OOo) <marcus.mail@wtnet.de>
> > 
> >> Am 10/30/2013 07:04 PM, schrieb Rob Weir:
> >>  On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 1:44 PM, Donald Whytock<dwhytock@apache.org>
> >>  
> >>>  wrote:
> >>>> On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 1:10 PM, Rob Weir<robweir@apache.org>
 wrote:
> >>>>  As predicted we hit 75 million yesterday.  I updated the  various
> >>>>  
> >>>>> charts and added them to a new blog post:
> >>>>> 
> >>>>> 
> >>>>> https://blogs.apache.org/**preview/OOo/?previewEntry=75_**
> >>>>> million_downloads_of_apache<https://blogs.apache.org/preview/OOo/?prev
> >>>>> iewEntry=75_million_downloads_of_apache>>>>> 
> >>>> "the full
> >>>> table<http://www.openoffice.**org/stats/countries.html<http://www.open
> >>>> office.org/stats/countries.html>>>>>> 
> >>>>  our the
> >>>> 
> >>>> website" ->  "the full table<http://www.openoffice.**
> >>>> org/stats/countries.html<http://www.openoffice.org/stats/countries.html
> >>>> >>
> >>>> 
> >>>>  on
> >>>> 
> >>>> the website"
> >>>> 
> >>>> "on the Y-axis)." ->  "on the Y-axis.)"
> >>>> 
> >>>> "Windows 8, is in second place" ->  (suggested) "Windows 8 for second
> >>>> place"
> >>> 
> >>> Thanks, I made those corrections.
> >> 
> >> Thanks for collecting and visualizing those numbers. It's always again
> >> very interesting to see the interests of our users and trends into the
> >> future.
> >> 
> >>  Aside from that, is it more useful/intuitive to show the RPM/DEB ratio,
> >>  as
> >>  
> >>>> opposed to the multicolor fraction-of-volume you use for Windows?  I
> >>>> realize it's only two values, but even for two values what's clearer
> >>>> for
> >>>> a
> >>>> user to read?
> >>> 
> >>> I did try it with the RPM and DEB series each plotted, rather than a
> >>> ratio.  But the values are so close that the points piles on each
> >>> other most of the time.  I don't think it worked as well.
> >> 
> >> When you have already seen 2 nearly identical lines for RPM and DEB then
> >> I
> >> would state this in the text - to make it clear that we don't see a
> >> preference in one of the both package systems.
> >> 
> >> 
> >> 
> >> Please let me allow some further comments. Maybe you can add this or of
> >> course with different wordings:
> >> 
> >> "You can clearly see the increase in interest since the release of Apache
> >> OpenOffice 4.0."
> >> 
> >> The difference comes due to more work that was put into press/news
> >> announcements as it was our first major release with new features - to
> >> make
> >> the difference to 3.4.0 and 3.4.1 more clear.
> >> 
> >> "Trend in OS"
> >> 
> >> Even when we know that the very most Linux users use the office suite
> >> that
> >> comes pre-installed with their Linux distro, IMHO it is really impressive
> >> that we still have ~2,000 to ~4,000 downloads - and that per day.
> >> 
> >> Marcus
> >> 
> >> 
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