wiki front page: link to new page ProjectInformation

Adrian Buehlmann adrian at cadifra.com
Mon Mar 31 09:43:33 CDT 2008


On 31.03.2008 16:17, Adrian Buehlmann wrote:
> Besides, the info is still in the history of the wiki.

(off topic) A side note for the curious:

There are a couple of very interesting bits available in the
wiki.

For example: http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/wiki/index.cgi/PageHits
lists the page hits per page, sorted by number of hits per
page

I'll post the top fifty pages below:

# 954088 Mercurial
# 103020 BinaryPackages
# 100193 Tutorial
#  97433 QuickStart
#  76165 Download
#  72384 UnderstandingMercurial
#  64048 FAQ
#  43937 ForestExtension
#  40179 HOWTOs
#  39168 TipsAndTricks
#  39011 WindowsInstall
#  37738 UnixInstall
#  37556 PartialClone
#  37219 WhatsNew
#  33887 TutorialClone
#  33687 MajorFeatures
#  28940 WorkingPractices
#  27152 JapaneseTutorial
#  27097 TutorialInstall
#  26133 TutorialFirstChange
#  25949 RecentChanges
#  24609 ProjectsUsingMercurial
#  24231 TutorialHistory
#  24145 UsingExtensions
#  24039 MergeProgram
#  23892 RepositoryConversion
#  23072 TutorialShareChange
#  22535 PublishingRepositories
#  20799 OtherTools
#  20408 TutorialMerge
#  20187 TutorialExport
#  16705 CvsConcepts
#  16017 FrontPage
#  15416 ManPages
#  15377 TutorialConflict
#  14871 MqExtension
#  13176 MultipleCommitters
#  12458 HgWebDirStepByStep
#  12219 MailingLists
#  12193 TortoiseHg
#  11831 DistributedSCM
#  11501 KernelPractice
#  11467 CvsInfo
#  11454 DeveloperRepos
#  11397 CommunicatingChanges
#  11376 TutorialConclusion
#  11265 UpgradeNotes
#  11258 SharedSSH
#  11229 GUIClients
#  11188 CvsLikePractice

What's interesting is, that the ForestExtension is ranking that high.
JapaneseTutorial is quite popular.

Just don't forget that the age of page is an important factor here.

TortoiseHg was created on 2008-02-01, but it has alread 12193 hits
(presumably because it is linked in the "News" on top of the front page.)

#   3748 SummerOfCode

was created on 2008-03-11!




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