On 9/12/11 2:23 AM, Dave Page wrote:
> Note that these are only numbers from people who click through the
> flags pages on the website. We don't have numbers for people who
> download directly from the FTP site or a mirror.
I'd say that 1200 downloads of each alpha is pretty significant. If
even 1/4 of those people actually do testing, then that's a lot more
than we had for 8.3. It's also a heck of a lot more than I'd expect.
Sure, it's 5% of an update versions' downloads. So what? We don't
expect most people do to alpha testing. But if *hundreds* of people are
doing alpha testing, we want them to keep doing it.
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