just q quick idea to get more accurate numbers and perhaps an idea of
which people use it.
Some kind of voting-system:
- user-skill (newbie, power-user, admin)
- some important applications or usage-scenarios (desktop, mobile
desktop, app-server, ...)
- personal or business
- how many installations
- single OS or dual-boot with another operating system
- linux-upgrade or switcher from another os
- hardware-profile from hal or something like that
perhaps even integrated into anaconda (Would you like to help the
fedora-project and answer five questions / supply your hw-profile ?) or
a link in the first page of the release-notes ?
Greg Dekoenigsberg schrieb:
If you like it, digg it:
On Tue, 30 Jan 2007, susmit shannigrahi wrote:
> ""Fedora announced this month that by using a tracking tool to monitor
> unique IP addresses, it was able to determine that Fedora Core 6 now
> has more than one million users. What does all this metric gathering
> mean for future Fedora releases? Moreover, what does it mean for the
> Linux community at large? The answer on both counts: plenty.""
> Have a look...