[drupal-devel] What do users do on my site?

Dries Buytaert dries at buytaert.net
Sun Apr 24 07:30:53 UTC 2005

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(I'm moving this to infrastructure at drupal.org.)

Take a look at the attached screenshot for similar information.

- The fact that the download pages (project/releases, project/Themes 
and project/Modules) are that popular worries me, because they are hard 
to navigate.  Better categorization of projects is important, and 
should be one of this mailing list's tasks.

- Ditto for the 'Drupal sites' page.

- The fact that the 'CVS messages' page is that popular surprises me.  
Combined with the above observations, it suggests that people are 
trying to track module and theme updates/development?

More thoughts?

On 22 Apr 2005, at 15:30, Gerhard Killesreiter wrote:
> Hi all!
> Above question is interesting for all site admins. I found a nice tool
> called pathalizer: http://pathalizer.bzzt.net/ that attempts to answer 
> the
> question by looking at the Apache logs and generates nice graphics
> through graphviz.
> Steven made the drupal.org logs available and here is the result:
> http://killes.drupaldevs.org/tmp/drupal.org.log.pdf
> Note that only the most important paths are shown.

Dries Buytaert  ::  http://www.buytaert.net/

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