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SillyDog701 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Sun 20 Oct, 2002 8:54 pm

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (September 2002)
All right guys, this is some selected traffic data of SillyDog701 (http connections only, FTP traffic is not includedl.)
Those data are generated from accesslog (a total of 303MB for the accesslog filesize!), not from third party's tracking.

Measured period: 1st Sept 6:00:18AM to 2nd Oct 02:20:48AM (AEST)
Total Hits: 1654352 (Yes, 1.6 million)
Hits on pages: 171465
Total data transferred: 10.77GB (excluding FTP's bandwidth)
Total visiting users: 55924
Unique IP Address: 33036

Operating Systems:
Code: Select all
(OS)       (Hits)  (percentages)
Macintosh  118749    7.20%
Linux       40485    2.46%
SunOS        4131
OS/2          458
WebTV         270
IRIX          263
OSF1          176
HP-UX         150
WinCE          41


Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x  477978  28.99%
NS5.x  375708  22.78%  //Note: this includes Netscape 7 and all Mozilla builds but not NS6.
IE5.x  375043  22.74%
NS4.x  268802  16.3%
NS6.x   58413   3.54%
NS3.x   37773   2.29%
IE4.x   18581   1.13%
Other   13537   0.82%
Opera   11374   0.69%
IE3.x    7368   0.45%
NS2.x    3646   0.22%
IE2.x     504   0.03%
Lynx      203   0.01%
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Postby DJGM » Sun 20 Oct, 2002 9:40 pm

So, to summarize overall browser stats, excluding OSes, for SD701 are:

Microsoft Internet Explorer = 53.34%
Netscape 2.x - 7.x + Mozilla = 45.13%
All other browsers inc. Opera= 01.52%

It's good to know there's at least one site, on the entire world wide web,
that shows a healthy share stat for NS and Mozilla based browsers. Also,
it's good to see so many IE users (that most probably favour Microsoft's
browser over other far superior browsers), visiting this site, as there's
a good chance they'll realise the "error of their ways", and convert to
either a Netscape browser or to some other Mozilla based browser.

And that has surely got to be a good thing, methinks!
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Postby Mandrake » Sun 20 Oct, 2002 11:55 pm

Definantly a good thing! The quicker Mozilla based browsers overcome IE, the better! Xp/2k Lite should assist this, allowing people to finnally remove IE from the latest versions of Windows, and that'lll be a far better option that just "hiding" IE in XpSP1/2k SP3!!!
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SillyDog701 Traffic Report - November 2002

Postby Antony » Mon 02 Dec, 2002 5:00 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (November 2002)
All right guys, this is some selected traffic data of SillyDog701 (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Those data are generated from accesslog (access_log itself is 296MB!), not from third party's tracking.

Time Period: November 01, 2002, 06:00:17 AM to December 01, 2002, 06:44:22 AM (AEST)
Total Hits: 1541864 (Yes, 1.5 million)
Hits on Pages: 194626
Total data transferred: 9.40GB (excluding FTP's bandwidth)
Total visiting users: 57696
Unique IP Address: 31331

Operating Systems:
Code: Select all
(OS)       (Hits)  (percentages)
Macintosh   96311     6.25%
Linux       49992     3.25%
SunOS        3751
OS/2          268
WebTV         282
IRIX          225
OSF1          152
HP-UX         247
(rests are Windows)


Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x  490122  31.82%
NS5.x  407465  26.46%  // includes NS7.xx and all Mozilla builds but NO NS6.
IE5.x  305896  19.86%
NS4.x  201035  13.05%
Other   39162   2.54%
NS3.x   33217   2.16%
NS6.x   32043   2.08%
IE4.x   13252   0.86%
Opera   11160   0.72%
IE3.x    4741   0.31%
NS2.x    1731   0.11%
IE2.x     238   0.02%
Lynx       97   0.01%
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Postby Antony » Mon 02 Dec, 2002 8:18 am

Forget to mention, I lost October's stats (access_log).
IE's count is a bit less, while (Netscape 7 + Mozilla) increased the most.
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Postby Kucing » Mon 02 Dec, 2002 9:19 am

The data doesn't seem to change much between these months.
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SillyDog701 Traffic Report (December 2002)

Postby Antony » Wed 01 Jan, 2003 7:47 pm

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (December 2002)
All right guys, this is some selected traffic data of SillyDog701 (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Those data are generated from accesslog (access_log itself is 441MB!), not from third party's tracking.
Time Period: December 01, 2002, 06:00:00 AM to January 01, 2003, 06:27:29 AM
Total Hits: 2185322 (Yes, 2.1 million)
Hits on Pages: 287597
Total data transferred: 11.10GB (excluding FTP's bandwidth)
Total visiting users: 73281
Unique IP Address: 39670

Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
NS5.x  748916  34.32%  // includes NS7.xx and all Mozilla builds but NO NS6.
IE6.x  678695  31.10%
IE5.x  329977  15.12%
NS4.x  253279  11.61%
Other   60301   2.76%  // includes robots
NS6.x   39175   1.79%
NS3.x   38775   1.78%
Opera   14508   0.66%
IE4.x   10534   0.48%
IE3.x    5126   0.23%
NS2.x    2738   0.13%
IE2.x     270   0.01%
Lynx      148   0.01%
Mosaic     11      0%


It it worth noting that Netscape 7.xx, Mozilla (and all Gecko based) browsers are now the number one browser! (first time in SillyDog701 stats)
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Postby Edward » Wed 01 Jan, 2003 8:38 pm

Congrats! About time Netscape beat IE on browser stats! :)

I am surprised though, to see Mosaic in the list.

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Postby Shark Daddy » Wed 01 Jan, 2003 10:49 pm

W3Schools would not at all be a good place to look for browser hit stats; out of people that know about the W3C and are web-savvy in general, a far higher percentage would have seen the light.
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Rub it in!

Postby Wellander » Wed 01 Jan, 2003 11:27 pm

Hi,
Yes just rub it in that netscape is struggling.(stop it)
I have been a netscape fan since October 1994 they uesd to rule the browser market but now in January 2003 they have only 3.00% of the browser market share and a matter of fact they at one time had 100.00% of the browser market share but no more.
I had a hard time typing this up because I am so upset and angry about that.
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Gecko based browser is the most popular browser

Postby Antony » Wed 15 Jan, 2003 1:36 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (first half of January 2003)
All right guys, this is some selected traffic data of SillyDog701 (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Those data are generated from accesslog, not from third party's tracking.
Time Period: 1st January, 2003, 06:00:20 AM to 15th January, 2003, 05:55:02 AM (AEST)
Total Hits: 1167608 (1.1 million)

Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
NS5.x  432084  37.04%  // note 1
IE6.x  347841  29.82%
IE5.x  168087  14.41%
NS4.x  127989  10.97%
Other   38529   3.30%  // note 2
NS3.x   20059   1.72%
NS6.x   14654   1.26%
Opera    6875   0.59%  // note 3
IE4.x    5783   0.50%
IE3.x    2830   0.24%
NS2.x    1736   0.15%
IE2.x      53   0.00%
Lynx       43   0.00%
Mosaic     17   0.00%

//note 1: includes NS7.xx and all Mozilla builds but NO NS6.
//note 2: includes robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only

We can see that once again, Gecko based browser is the most popular browser.
And in total, Netscape 51.14%, MSIE 44.97%.
It is nice to see Netscape over half of the browser share again in SillyDog701. :-Dg
Please note this is only first half of January.
(We shall have a party!)
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Postby Mandrake » Wed 15 Jan, 2003 3:08 am

Yeah, the real browsers finally beat Internet Explorer. Too bad those stats arent for the entire web, methinks.
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Re: Gecko based browser is the most popular browser

Postby Al » Wed 15 Jan, 2003 11:56 pm

Antony wrote:SillyDog701 Traffic Report (first half of January 2003)


[Edited by profman, eliminated complete repetition of Antony's quote above]

3 chers for Netscape/Gecko
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January 2003 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Sat 01 Feb, 2003 3:51 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (January 2003)
All right guys, this is some selected traffic data of SillyDog701 (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 528MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 1st January, 2003, 06:00:20 AM to 1st Feburary, 2003, 06:29:32 AM (AEST)
Total Hits: 2600911 (2.6 million)
Unique IP addresses: 46415
Total Data Transferred: 13.58 GB (HTTP only, not include FTP)
Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
NS5.x  942484  36.38%  // note 1
IE6.x  817801  31.57%
IE5.x  386690  14.93%
NS4.x  275480  10.63%
Other   51347   1.98%  // note 2
NS3.x   44684   1.72%
NS6.x   34647   1.34%
Opera   14931   0.58%  // note 3
IE4.x   12575   0.49%
IE3.x    5723   0.22%
NS2.x    3659   0.14%
IE2.x     316   0.01%
Lynx      119   0.00%
Mosaic     49   0.00%

//note 1: includes NS7.xx and all Mozilla builds but NO NS6.
//note 2: includes robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only

We can see that once again, Gecko based browser is the most popular browser.
From above results: Netscape 50.21%, MSIE 47.21%.
Gecko based browser is 4.95% more popular than IE6.
Netscape is slightly over half of the browser share again in SillyDog701.
Also, SillyDog701 is getting more and more traffic :-Dg
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Postby Edward » Sun 02 Feb, 2003 9:00 pm

And there's no reason why the majority of web sites cannot show the same statistics.

Netscape is more secure than IE, as DJGM so eloquently attests to. :D

I'm still surprised to see Mosaic in the list.
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