#debian @ OFTC stats by sussudio

Statistics generated on Monday 30 November 2020 - 13:30:02
During this 30-day reporting period, a total of 469 different nicks were represented on #debian.

Times are in Central European Time (GMT+1)
Most active times
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876
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0-5 = 0-5 6-11 = 6-11 12-17 = 12-17 18-23 = 18-23

Most active nicks
 NickNumber of linesWhen?Number of WordsChars per lineLast seenRandom quote
1 sney55825336256785180.7today"every one of those win10 feature updates does it"
2 sqrt{not}3577078201511684.9today"loadmasther: some people had problems with some versions of ryzen"
3 chrisgt3359017864409365.611 days ago"GyrosGeier: grove: i installed libpng to my debian buster VM"
4 sarnold20314557268875.75 days ago"that IP address is likely in china, given the whois"
5 Tas-sos18313901169181858.22 days ago"Great! Now php its works for my site! :-)"
6 SoundCardStuck164164107743.82 days ago"Terminal always open up with that directory"
7 jmcnaught146646762448100.2today"dhclient is under networking.service here (using ifupdown)"
8 Fraggle2143277442121547.6today"getting attention for the bug might be more tricky :->"
9 frankenDist1396079157566.73 days ago"i know what is doing this with network-manager"
10 ap4lmtree120426945165171.9today"are any of you using a certain client for onedrive or google driv"
11 jhutchins104101281145580.2yesterday"Some of the maintainers are part of the "upstream" project."
12 alex11993311134274743.9today"knowing kde it may just be a package transition"
13 aby9759271342.52 days ago"Just I didn't read the title "NVIDIA Proprietary Driver""
14 October9428431013172997.513 days ago"gladioacuto, you checked it with this? pavucontrol"
15 Brigo891612184381955.3today"paste it somewhere and let us check it."
16 ravanan85141061119477.32 days ago"Debian Handbook and Reference"
17 blast00785153534122685.32 days ago"Adri: same generation, so probably the same/similar RAID chip"
18 remotecontrolledboy84831534106.010 days ago"olasd: you have never downloaded a package manually?"
19 Adri8118372692759.413 days ago"but my /var fills up quickly"
20 gladioacuto77176064250.513 days ago"Fraggle2, it can't be disappeared from my laptop also ;)"
21 zeev777759547.212 days ago" Relative upper-left Y: 0"
22 ya1tim7767138526.226 days ago"but it becomes nicely with compiz and emerald"
23 bremner769501765649.6yesterday"quinx: you can uninstall the packge"
24 grove7621747101478107.5today"But you're making yourself a frankendebian"
25 andyInOz76562093867.922 days ago"Looking in Xorg.0.log, I can see suspicious lines:"
26 deh5487596670649.315 days ago"so i put this name a then?"
27 pumpernickel7021834779362.1yesterday"Oops, you would also need to grow your file system :)"
28 bentham68111038987174.4today"felipe: what does xrandr say?"
29 FelixActually64854287773.915 days ago"Is it stable enough for home use now?"
30 mason622834100997.74 days ago"CNC Group CHINA169 Shandong Province Network"
31 mivael612471287193.25 days ago"jm_: it did not ask about that"
32 themill602826684079.43 days ago"Tas-sos: please stop pasting into the channel"
33 atomey565669672.910 days ago"anyone know how to resolve "packages have been kept back" problem"
34 felipe565657964.914 days ago"lspci -k returs: root@DATA:/home/felipe# lspci -k"
35 util2854431060961.115 days ago"What do you think is the best hypervisor?"
36 koollman5452270080.610 days ago"only by arch (because it's rather easy)"
37 yang533104063469.53 days ago"I am able to get on the printer web control panel"
38 chrisgt_52213155455.227 days ago"that's why we can't support every single debian derivative here"
39 rampage494944659.7today"Vendor ID: GenuineIntel"
40 GyrosGeier48244242648.06 days ago"just need to automate that for Docker"
41 alqnop484865778.54 days ago"It pays dividends when it breaks"
42 olasd474765784.710 days ago"ftp.*.debian.org doesn't ship cd images"
43 finn[m]4623167832120.118 days ago"Not sure about what do you mean by "edit the settings"?"
44 tlgl^nix461419491165126.1today"since each of those have their own partition table"
45 jm_462232150461.4today"man bash INVOCATION and FILES section shall help"
46 MKGSticks4544142450.28 days ago"if that helps any. Thanks in advance"
47 keycollector444349761.910 days ago"Do i run `dhclient wlp5s0` after setting it up?"
48 heinrich434342454.19 days ago"having a little bit swap doesn't hurt"
49 judd42145221982178.1today"Package ext4magic (utils, optional) in buster/amd64: recover dele"
50 EmleyMoor4215131466485.2today"When using vinagre to access an RDP server, what do I answer for"


These didn't make it to the top:
u0_a31 (41) ottavio (41) tux (40) pringless (40) snowyfox (40)
pastly (39) _0 (39) RedBeard72 (38) ary (37) sega_main (37)
tings (36) Mariozzolo2 (36) Guest6856 (36) towo` (36) diogenes_oftc (35)
l4mRh4X0r (35) skymouse (35) user (34) jerome (33) bananaman (33)
zleap (32) ullbeking (31) maxrazer (31) aindilis (31) ryanpdg1 (30)
abrotman (28) knopasdix (28) leaveone (28) skrrt (28) Terje (28)

By the way, there were 389 other nicks.

Most active nicks by hours
  0-5 6-11 12-17 18-23
1 sney - 253 Tas-sos - 90 chrisgt - 178 sney - 256
2 sarnold - 145 ap4lmtree - 69 remotecontrolledboy - 83 sqrt{not} - 201
3 chrisgt - 90 October - 43 sqrt{not} - 78 SoundCardStuck - 164
4 sqrt{not} - 70 pringless - 40 Fraggle2 - 74 aby - 92
5 jmcnaught - 64 tux - 39 gladioacuto - 60 jhutchins - 81
6 frankenDist - 60 sney - 36 FelixActually - 54 frankenDist - 79
7 atomey - 56 Fraggle2 - 27 koollman - 52 zeev - 77
8 andyInOz - 56 diogenes_oftc - 26 bremner - 50 jmcnaught - 76
9 heinrich - 43 themill - 26 grove - 47 ya1tim - 71
10 util28 - 43 jm_ - 23 mivael - 47 Tas-sos - 69

Big numbers
Is FelixActually stupid or just asking too many questions? 46.9% lines contained a question!
ravanan didn't know that much either. 36.5% of his/her lines were questions.
The loudest one was grove, who yelled 10.5% of the time!
Another old yeller was bremner, who shouted 10.5% of the time!
It seems that MKGSticks's shift-key is hanging: 2.2% of the time he/she wrote UPPERCASE.
For example, like this:
     <MKGSticks> VERSION_ID="10"

FelixActually just forgot to deactivate his/her Caps-Lock. He/She wrote UPPERCASE 1.6% of the time.
Nobody beat anyone up. Everybody was friendly.
koollman brings happiness to the world. 20.4% lines contained smiling faces. :)
sarnold isn't a sad person either, smiling 15.8% of the time.
rampage seems to be sad at the moment: 8.2% lines contained sad faces. :(
keycollector is also a sad person, crying 6.8% of the time.
judd wrote the longest lines, averaging 178.1 letters per line.
#debian average was 70.8 letters per line.
ya1tim wrote the shortest lines, averaging 26.2 characters per line.
aby was tight-lipped, too, averaging 42.5 characters.
sney spoke a total of 7851 words!
sney's faithful follower, sqrt{not}, didn't speak so much: 5116 words.
tlgl^nix wrote an average of 25.33 words per line.
Channel average was 12.51 words per line.

Other interesting numbers
bremner is either insane or just a fair op, kicking a total of 2 people!
Strange, no op was given on #debian!
Wow, no op was taken on #debian!
sney always lets us know what he/she's doing: 4 actions!
For example, like this:
     * sney stares at debhelper

Also, sqrt{not} tells us what's up with 2 actions.
Tas-sos talks to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 10 times!
Another lonely one was frankenDist, who managed to hit 4 times.
Brigo couldn't decide whether to stay or go. 67 joins during this reporting period!
October has quite a potty mouth. 0.1% words were foul language.
For example, like this:
     <October> I mainly want to ass launch icons for 2 programs I installed manually from tar files

chrisgt also makes sailors blush, 0.1% of the time.
Total number of lines: 30689.

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