After quite some downtime due to excessive traffic and load to the server to keep processing all the data we needed, Felipe Lerena finally managed to put some spare time into migrating it to a new server (provided by Mitch Mahan, thanks!) and launched UbuntuStats back into the intrawebs.

It’s up back again with some minor tweaks, and showing off the newly created “brainstorm” site feeds.

If everything goes well, we’re planning on building on top of it as previously planned, to expand the statistics gathered, and start showing trends in different areas, and cleaning up the code so other people can contribute code into the project as well as providing public snapshots of the database.

So, three cheers for Felipe, and, as always, any bugs or feature requests are welcome in Launchpad.

7 Comments

  1. Vadim P. says:

    Ok, done: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu-stats/ spec/ubuntu-consistency

  2. Vadim P says:

    Oh, I was just thinking on the very nice urls launchpad makes until the plus was stripped by your parser 🙁

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