FOG External Reporting
These graphs are from the new FOG Reporting. They are updated every hour. Link to the full dashboard is in my signature.
JSON data available here: https://fog-external-reporting-results.theworkmans.us/external_reporting.json
@Tom-Elliott I took an easier route. The intent of your request was to see the exact values. So I added a JSON text object to the solution.
There is a link for downloading the current JSON data on the dashboard now. Though you can go directly to it using this link: https://fog-external-reporting-results.theworkmans.us/external_reporting.json
This is the PR that accomplished this if you were curious. https://github.com/FOGProject/fog-community-scripts/pull/70
@Tom-Elliott it’s likely possible to do.
The graphs use Python’s pyplot module. Here is the exact spot in the script for the OS Versions graph:
I’ll see if I can add some numbers.
@wayne-workman As a part of the graph, can you add the physical counts?
I see the bar graph, and it gives a general view of count, but no exact count available.
CentOS 8.3.2011 appears to have 10 total but that’s the only one I can get the accurate count.
Hopefully this makes sense.
327 dev installations out there now, at least. Not a single one is Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Which, I suppose makes sense. If you’re paying to use RHEL, you’re probably in a business setting and wouldn’t install from a developer branch because you want something stable.
Also notably there are zero Arch dev systems out there since we started tracking. This is a bigger point as I can’t think of a reason why an Arch Linux user wouldn’t dive into fog dev branch.
The number keeps going up, we’re at 233 dev users now.
@wayne-workman Very nicely done!! Its good to see the data flowing in now. It should give the developers an idea where to focus development and what’s really important.
The daily figures have been holding strong at 155 for about two weeks now. The number of active
dev-branchusers is likely very close to this figure.
dev-branchusers, or users that don’t update to the latest dev-branch frequently, is likely a larger number.