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Postby Mandrake » Fri 14 Feb, 2003 9:04 am

Well Maybe Netscape isnt designed to be unbreakable... its just that IE is a really insecure browser?
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February 2003 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Sat 01 Mar, 2003 7:38 pm

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (February 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 438MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 1st February, 2003, 06:00: AM to 1st March, 2003, 06:29:47 AM (AEST)
Total Hits: 2165534 (2.1 million)
Unique IP addresses: 39948
Total Data Transferred: 11.06 GB (HTTP only, not include FTP)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
NS5.x  745478  34.48%  // note 1
IE6.x  718875  33.25%
IE5.x  319086  14.76%
NS4.x  200654   9.28%
Other   81565   3.77%  // note 2
NS3.x   36711   1.70%
NS6.x   27408   1.27%
Opera   14646   0.68%  // note 3
IE4.x   10509   0.49%
IE3.x    3583   0.17%
NS2.x    2659   0.12%
IE2.x     320   0.01%
Lynx      270   0.01%
Mosaic      0   0.00%

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


From above results: Netscape 46.85%, MSIE 48.68%.

Edit: fix typo.
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March 2003 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Tue 01 Apr, 2003 11:00 pm

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (March 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 519MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 1st March, 2003, 06:00:01 AM to 1st April, 2003, 06:29:54 AM (AEDST - AEST)
Total Hits: 2548101 (2.5 million)
Unique IP addresses: 50154
Total Data Transferred: 13.12 GB (HTTP only, not include FTP)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x  911919  35.83%
NS5.x  826975  32.49%  // note 1
IE5.x  356787  14.02%
NS4.x  217386   8.54%
Other  116140   4.56%  // note 2
NS3.x   48626   1.91%
NS6.x   25656   1.01%
Opera   21381   0.84%  // note 3
IE4.x   10833   0.43%
NS2.x    4622   0.18%
IE3.x    4125   0.16%
IE2.x     366   0.01%
Mosaic    180   0.01%
Lynx      146   0.01%

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


From above results: Netscape 44.13%, MSIE 50.45%.
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Postby Wellander » Tue 01 Apr, 2003 11:14 pm

Hi,'
I am dissappointed about that netscape is losing this is not good because if it is happining here I will not like to see how the rest of the web looks like. :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :x :x :cry: :cry: :( :( :x :x
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Postby Mandrake » Wed 02 Apr, 2003 4:16 am

Pretty much the same as usual.

Wellander: Go check out * and look in the statistics section, should make you feel better :D
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Postby Wellander » Wed 02 Apr, 2003 9:18 am

Hi,
I do feel better about the satistict at *
There are alot of netscape users there.
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Postby DJGM » Wed 02 Apr, 2003 9:40 am

IMO, it's good that this site attracts a good number of MSIE users. They
can learn the error of their ways, and then download a decent browser!
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Postby Edward » Wed 02 Apr, 2003 6:16 pm

The numbers have to start moving in the opposite direction again. :)
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Postby Mandrake » Wed 02 Apr, 2003 9:52 pm

I honestly cannot see why 2% of people would come here with a Netscape 3.x version! Very Very Intresting...
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Postby Edward » Thu 03 Apr, 2003 5:27 pm

Mandrake wrote:I honestly cannot see why 2% of people would come here with a Netscape 3.x version! Very Very Intresting...


I'd extend that to Netscape 2 and Mosaic...

Unless those who used it are testing them to see how pages are displayed...
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Postby Antony » Mon 05 May, 2003 1:44 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (April 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 460MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 1st April, 2003, 06:00:45 AM to 1st May, 2003, 06:24:59 AM (AEDST - AEST)
Total Hits: 2242595 (2.2 million)
Unique IP addresses: 50501
Total Data Transferred: 10.72 GB (HTTP only, not include FTP)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers:
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x  848041  37.88%
NS5.x  722928  32.29%  // note 1
IE5.x  310468  13.87%
NS4.x  178674   7.98%
Other   73009   3.26%  // note 2
NS3.x   43488   1.94%
NS6.x   21312   0.95%
Opera   18552   0.83%  // note 3
NS2.x    8814   0.39%
IE4.x    7521   0.34%
IE3.x    5842   0.26%
IE2.x     167   0.01%
Lynx      119   0.01%
Mosaic      1   0.00%

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


From above results: Netscape 43.55%, MSIE 52.36%.
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Um...people....not to be a spoilsport, BUT...

Postby hudor » Sun 25 May, 2003 6:15 pm

While it's fine that more than half of the people who visit a site dedicated to Netscape and Mozilla use Netscape and Mozilla, isn't the really significant statistic is that *nearly* half of them use IE? I mean, your excitement is the equivalent of bragging that the championship team of a particular school's intramural softball league all go to that school! Or more accurately...that more of the players go do that school than don't!

I'm no fan of IE, but c'mon....
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SillyDog701 May 2003 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Wed 09 Jul, 2003 4:19 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (May 2003)
All right guys, this is some selected traffic data of SillyDog701
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 432MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 1st May, 2003, 06:00:07 AM to 1st June, 2003, 06:24:54 AM (AEST)
Total Hits: 2106799 (2.1 million)
Unique IP addresses: 43895
Total Data Transferred: 10.14 GB (HTTP only)
SillyDog701 FTP transferred 55.70 GB of traffic during this month.

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x  827948  39.46%
NS5.x  676976  32.27%  // note 1
IE5.x  270756  12.91%
NS4.x  176187   8.40%
Other   56698   2.70%  // note 2
NS3.x   31855   1.52%
NS6.x   21671   1.03%
Opera   17263   0.82%  // note 3
IE4.x    8847   0.42%
IE3.x    6365   0.30%
NS2.x    2905   0.14%
IE2.x     305   0.01%
Lynx      156   0.01%
Mosaic      3   0.00%

//note 1: includes NS7.xx and all Mozilla builds but NO NS6.
//note 2: includes robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only, spoofed Opera will be counted towards MSIE.


From above results: Netscape 43.36%, MSIE 53.1%, Netscape is only about 10 percent behind MSIE.
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SillyDog701 June 2003 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Wed 09 Jul, 2003 4:28 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (June 2003)
All right guys, this is some selected traffic data of SillyDog701.
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 421MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 1st June, 2003, 06:00:37 AM to 1st July, 2003, 06:35:03 AM (AEST)
Total Hits: 2053723 (2million)
Unique IP addresses: 41605
Total Data Transferred: 10.67 GB (HTTP only)

SillyDog701 FTP transferred 83.96 GB of traffic during this month. (FTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x  835843  40.92%
NS5.x  659638  32.29%  // note 1
IE5.x  251965  12.33%
NS4.x  164465   8.05%
Other   45997   2.25%  // note 2
NS3.x   30079   1.47%
Opera   20784   1.02%  // note 3
NS6.x   17477   0.86%  // note 3
IE4.x    6909   0.34%
IE3.x    6892   0.34%
NS2.x    2188   0.11%
IE2.x     324   0.02%
Lynx      150   0.01%
Mosaic      1   0.00%

//note 1: includes NS7.xx and all Mozilla builds but NO NS6.
//note 2: includes robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only, spoofed Opera will be counted towards MSIE.


From above results: Netscape 42.78%, MSIE 53.95%, again Netscape is only about 10 percent behind MSIE.
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Postby Edward » Wed 09 Jul, 2003 6:59 am

Even if Opera is spoofed as Mozilla 3, 4.78, or 5, it's still recognized by the site as MSIE?
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