From: Andrew Russell <deadhead.russell@gm...>  20120418 23:40:21

I would assume some people are downloading it more than once. Myself, I have it downloaded on my work computer, and twice on both my laptop and desktop (Windows and Linux) and once on my netbook for a total of six downloads. On 18 April 2012 16:30, Martyn Shaw <martynshaw99@...> wrote: > Hi > > I don't know if anybody has every kept download stats for any releases, > but I have been looking at the downloads of 2.0.0 at about the same time of > day, when I remember, and putting the numbers in a spreadsheet. I expected > the total to go up rapidly, then slow down but so far for 2.0.0 it hasn't > gone down, after the first few days (see attachment). > > Googling, there are maybe 12 billion (12 x 10^9) active PCs in use in > the world (I assume this means Mac and *nix as well as win). Or maybe > less. Let's call it 500 million  1 billion, say 750 million. > > I am assuming that so far each download has hit 1 PC and stuck. > > We have had 2.2 x 10^6 downloads off Google, probably a few more from > elsewhere. > > So that's 0.3% of all PCs in the world. If we assume that only 1 in 100 > of people with a PC actually want an app such as ours, then 29% of them > have got it already, which is an amazing (but slightly unbelievable) > statistic. And that would probably mean that downloads should be slowing > down, as it takes time for word to spread, people to get around to it, > nerves to go away etc.. > > So I guess one or more of the numbers/assumptions above are incorrect. > Maybe there are more % of people wanting Audacity than I think? Maybe > people download multiple times? Do you have any explanation? Or have I > just got my calculations wrong? > > TTFN > Martyn > > >  > Better than sec? Nothing is better than sec when it comes to > monitoring Big Data applications. Try Boundary onesecond > resolution app monitoring today. Free. > http://p.sf.net/sfu/Boundarydev2dev > _______________________________________________ > audacitydevel mailing list > audacitydevel@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/audacitydevel > > 