Tom Lane wrote:
> I got interested by Bruce's plot of PG email traffic here
> and decided to try to extend it into the past. The data I have
> available is just my own incoming mail log, but being a pack-rat by
> nature I have that back to April 1998. Attached is a graph of Postgres
> list messages per month since then. I should note that this covers only
> the mail lists I'm subscribed to, which has been most of them since
> about 1999; but the first few numbers in this chart are undercounts by
> comparison. Also, the very last dot is month-to-date for November and
> so is an underestimate.
> So, to a first approximation, the PG list traffic has been constant
> since 2000. Not the result I expected.
Yes, I know Magnus did a graph for the PG-EU conference and it was also
flat; perhaps he can post it here. His chart was pulled from the
Postgres archives, so it is even more accurate than our graphs.
I also was confused by its flatness. I am finding the email traffic
almost impossible to continue tracking, so something different is
happening, but it seems it is not volume-related. I am going to post
another blog tomorrow with more thoughts.
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
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