The SVN/CVS statistics are also available, don't seem to explain the leap in december.
Gazebo has several heavy files but they are seldom changed (once in several months?) so people updating will not re-download them.


On Sat, Mar 29, 2008 at 9:16 AM, Toby Collett <tcollett+player@plan9.net.nz> wrote:
Maybe an indication of demand for 2.1? Lots of people running from CVS/SVN? Gazebo also has some material files etc in SVN which can be big updates relative to plain source code, but it is quite a leap given downloads remained fairly constant.

Toby

On 29/03/2008, Richard Vaughan <vaughan@sfu.ca> wrote:

Did someone check in a dump file or an episode of The Simpsons, or
what? SVN?


R/





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