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Days and hours are pretty much as I would think they would be. I am suprised at the number of countries, and also at the dominance of Firefox. I have it installed on my Mac but haven't used it much. Might start using it a bit more.
Intereting. Thanks Kym
not much difference between chrome and IE, how things have chnaged.
CC allways appreciated!
My gear Canon 1100D, Tamron SP70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di VC USD lens, and Canon 18-55 EFS lens.
What I found interesting was that nearly 24% of the contacts are with Macs, but that 17% are with Safari, so some of them must be using one of the other browsers.
Thanks for that Kym as mentioned its very interesting though it does not surprise me about FF I have been using it for about 7 years on my desktops.
I installed Win 7 on my Macbook Pro so I could use my software and I have it on there too,
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Very interesting indeed! And interesting that Chrome is so close to IE - will obviously outstrip it in the next year! Funnily, I've started used Chrome at work because I can't upgrade from IE7 and it's such a dog, and chrome works better than FF at work! However it doesn't work for everything, so depending on what I want to do, I switch between IE, FF and Chrome! Why can't one browser just do it all?
I'm curious though what exactly "bandwith" means on some of the stats? For example, on the second screen shot, the US and China both have proportionately more "bandwidth" allocations than other countries.
"It is one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it is another thing to make a portrait of who they are" - Paul Caponigro
Constructive Critique of my photographs is always appreciated
Bandwidth is pure web traffic, bi-directional.
I'm not sure about the high rate of Chinese traffic, we have blocked some Chinese spiders (web crawlers).
I'll need to did deeper and block some more I think
Thanks for posting this stuff. Very interesting indeed, especially the Chinese factor. The PC vs Mac thing is a bit like the Canon vs Nikon thing!
Just on a vaguely related matter ... our club is looking to conduct more of its activities via an interface like yours, and is looking at on-line mechanisms. This is Joomla isn't it? How much knowledge does one have to have to set up a photo club using this software - is it purely a programmer's realm or could any reasonably computer aware person have a decent crack at it? (without meaning to suggest that this site was easy). We need to bring our club further into the 21st century.
Thanks for this info.it appears many people have time on Sundays as suspected.
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Just curious, where does people using Tapatalk or other forum specific viewers fit in?
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The US and China figures are interesting. Personally, if they are chewing up bandwidth by using web crawlers etc., then the country should be banned full stop. Apologies to residents of said countries that want to maintain an international presence However, bandwidth costs money and I'm sure we'd all want that money spent on us, not countries that can afford to pay for their own
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I'm a bit puzzled with the band width usage. If the USA and China use so much bandwidth why is it that we don't see masses of photos taken by photographers from these countries submitted? Or have I got it all wrong and am missing something.
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Time: Mon Mar 4 05:52:00 2013 +1100
IP: *removed IP address** (US/United States/static-71-177-32-18.lsanca.fios.verizon.net)
Failures: 10 (pop3d)
Interval: 300 seconds
Blocked: Permanent Block
we block them temporarily to start with and then permanently if they persist. The 'failures' noted in the above, is the number of times they have tried to access the site back-end, but they all take up bandwidth usage and report in the overall site figures.
Also people find the site using Google/ Bing etc and then come have a look, usually they are searching for something specific and we get a hit, so they click to see if they can find what they want, that all counts. Basically any computer, anywhere in the world, that looks at the site, gets included in the stats.
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