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    SMC Stats for 2005

    The final numbers for 2005, I just captured before the clock strikes 12 and the logs run on our server.
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    Thanks Keith; and thanks for the zillions of miliseconds you put in to keeping this place vibrant.

    Quick Question - what's the difference between 'Visits' and 'Hits'?

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    Kickin' a bit of Internet tukus there, Keith! Happy New Year! I bet 2006 breaks these numbers really fast, too...
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    Keith, Jackie, Aaron and Moderators,

    Wow.... those numbers just blow me away. What is even more interesting is the fact that 99.9% of this is quality data and is due to the excellent administration of this forum. I visit other forums from time to time as many here do, and it makes me appreciate even more how well SMC functions as a whole with true purpose and friendship among it's members.

    A huge New Years toast to all the fine staff that keeps SMC what it is. Y'all should take great pride and satisfaction in a job well done. Your own statistics prove that you stay on the right track. I look forward to spending 2006 with everyone here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Becker
    Kickin' a bit of Internet tukus there, Keith! Happy New Year! I bet 2006 breaks these numbers really fast, too...
    Jim,
    is "tukus" ok to use on SMC and is it spelled correctly...I don't want to make a "tukus" out of myself when I use it
    "All great work starts with love .... then it is no longer work"

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    Jim,
    Just as I thought....your "tukus" was a mishigas....so I was a ganif and stole this info...just to be kosher...cause the other spelling was khazeray...as they say

    http://www.bergen.org/AAST/Projects/...sh/comwor.html

    "tohkes"....is good...."Tush" is also correct...either is something you can rest on and probably are as we speak
    Last edited by Mark Singer; 01-01-2006 at 10:58 AM.
    "All great work starts with love .... then it is no longer work"

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    Quote Originally Posted by WC Wilson
    Thanks Keith; and thanks for the zillions of miliseconds you put in to keeping this place vibrant.

    Quick Question - what's the difference between 'Visits' and 'Hits'?
    A simple way of looking at it-- a visit is made up of several hits.

    Details:
    A hit is registered anytime a file is downloaded from the server, either a picture or a page.

    A visit is a consecutive collection of hits within a 45 minute window. Thus, if I log into SawmillCreek and browse the forums for 3 hours straight, it is 1 visit. If I log in, browse for 10 minutes, leave for an hour, then come back and browse for another 10 minutes, that's 2 visits.
    _Aaron_
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