On 03/06/07, Thomas Chung <tchung(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> On 6/2/07, Marc Wiriadisastra <marc(a)mwiriadi.id.au> wrote:
> > The article comes from here.
> > http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/16894
> > "Fedora 7, a.k.a. "Moonshine," released on May 31, is an odd
> > the one hand, it's hugely popular. If you need to be convinced of that,
> > take a look at the number of people viewing the officially-sanctioned
> > FedoraForum.org
at any given time - as I write this, it's almost 7,000
> > people. Visit your local Barnes & Noble Booksellers (that's a big
> > bookstore chain in the U.S.) and you'll see quite a few books about
> > Fedora on the shelves. (This, by itself, is a big plus for Linux
> > — Fedora may be the best-documented distro available)."
> BTW, it's over "93,000" members as of today in FedoraForum.org
> It can't be "7,000" members even if the article was written a month
> Perhaps, the author meant to say "70,000" members instead. :)
Maybe he meant "Online Now"? Although it's not very clear if he did!
That is pretty clear to me. Definitely a reference to number of online
users in the forum.