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Gentoo release statistics

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solar was asking about release statistics, so I grabbed the current data from Bouncer. The nearly 34k releases for 10.0 is just in the 5 days that it's been out. I included the various architetures that were part of each released 'product', to make some degree of comparision possible.

What Hits Arches
2005.1
installcd-minimum 228561 alpha,amd64,hppa,ia64,ppc,ppc64,sparc64,x86
installcd-universal 374388 alpha,amd64,hppa,ppc,sparc64,x86
packagecd 162537 alpha,amd64,ppc,ppc64,sparc64,x86

2006.0
livecd 242422 x86
minimal 287496 alpha,amd64,hppa,ia64,ppc,ppc64,sparc64,x86

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