#debian @ FreeNode stats by sussudio

Statistics generated on Monday 30 November 2020 - 18:00:04
During this 30-day reporting period, a total of 615 different nicks were represented on #debian.

Times are in Central European Time (GMT+1)
Most active times
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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 Userpic
1 jelly14202636794721535962.8today"remote management, IPMI for some brand-name servers"
2 ratrace13712217643681913181.8today"also, use writeback cache for best perf"
3 roycroft8171679663491883756.53 days ago"openscad, freecad if you need to do any cad work"
4 sney5281952015298762083.0today"how have you determined this? what are you trying to do, etc"
5 greycat50938168303689876.1today"No, there isn't an xorg.conf file by default." greycat
6 shtrb419179127113565177.1today"I have configured auto correct :)"
7 jmcnaught32413028158533398.5today"queip: did you reboot to test the new default target?"
8 hop29940141113266849.48 days ago"i don't think emacs looks in /etc/environment"
9 Lope2941725522372670.26 days ago"so now it can boot on both VM's"
10 quadrathoch221917497380224457.3yesterday"alexisrelis[m] it is possible to have an esp on mbr, thats done"
11 Paerox21852572584266870.78 days ago"lsmod | grep ath10k gives a result?"
12 alex112097919109185748.6today"really? that's what i've been doing... TIL"
13 jhutchins2053719149283079.9yesterday"Rob_Jones: Well, you have to generate a key."
14 n4dir18949125078269076.0today"Void worked well for me, though rolling release."
15 wrksx188816839169950.36 days ago"Time to go and grab smthing to eat"
16 genr8_1788790168053.6today"they should make a hive-fi"
17 dob1172987481205364.4today"there is the route in ip route"
18 unixbsd1705496353225075.4today"which debian supports the zaurus 3100?"
19 HelloShitty1581012127141145.8today"I thought I was missing some sandbox package"
20 judd155163558463645167.0today"No package named 'zoom' was found in amd64."
21 Brigo154346058134049.0today"ndegruchy, it doesn't last, i guess."
22 yetAnotherOwner15413816166359.26 days ago"or lern to use cp bash and debootstrap"
23 H-var146683939167762.2today"https://paste.debian.net/1174356/"
24 ksk145408718206281.23 days ago"the k8s api would be listening there, to my understanding."
25 EdePopede14528235638192174.4yesterday"no_gravity, yep. i'd ask in the channel for your DE"
26 rootkea13991482181101.3today"jelly, firmwafre-realtek already from bpo installed"
27 Haohmaru1304981104945.1today"i confirm, it looks like ******* here as well"
28 karlpinc1217111191391.64 days ago"ratrace: Because I want to require _both_ keys _and_ a password."
29 Cheaterman120120120157.02 days ago"just realized judd might not be lookign at the right thing"
30 eoli3n11711762030.2today"or it juste overwrite the "system-side" service"
31 Franciman11212386281236.8today"then how can I know which drivers my system is using?"
32 themill110405020138875.0today"yeah, that's the opposite problem"
33 Razva1048123126369.26 days ago"maybe it's because of lxqt?"
34 jak2000104354915561637.0today"jelly found the problem..."
35 petn-randall991752948146986.3today"I actually fixed that one."
36 lifostack95281057123567.720 days ago"and other stuff too, of course"
37 L0aD1nG944549108963.7today"if i run it manually it doesnt work properly also."
38 gvvg91761570044.719 days ago"jelly: I don't feel I'd be able to do it"
39 ChiLLabiS848352333.16 days ago"Might be some more troubles"
40 leibniz79443435321.77 days ago"https://www.hetzner.com/sb"
41 tinga781860114780.8yesterday"individual process per terminal. Or however to phrase that."
42 scrul00se78435301886139.63 days ago"ctcx: might I suggest that you back away from the details you thi"
43 abrotman7731311557441.8today"That was my job years ago" abrotman
44 velix7386104973258.38 days ago"But *normal* cron files are run at 6:25, aren't they? ;)"
45 nkuttler71323261953343.3today"powerhouse: yeah, that's ancient.."
46 oiaohm6946497679.2today"Yes that is one of the edge stories of toystory series chars."
47 oxek6811203788971.5today"but network manager on debian stable does not support wireguard"
48 wr67132662283471.49 days ago"nkuttler, i have alsa-oss alsa-utils and gstreamer1.0-alsa"
49 sponix675553471958.9today"I'll stick with xfwm4+plank"
50 ychaouche64125251752.225 days ago"apparently motd has changed since debian 7 ^^'"


These didn't make it to the top:
ectospasm (64) lusrx (63) jim (62) Druid (61) alexrelis[m] (59)
Streusel (55) crashoverride (54) brachamh (52) RhineDevil (51) iomintz (49)
scruloose (49) tarzeau (48) Kurozen (48) phogg (47) Rob_Jones (47)
asterismo_l (47) eblip (47) Silent (46) SerajewelKS (46) RoyK (46)
sorcerer (46) Randolf (45) trysten (45) hegemoOn (44) Azrael_- (44)
auk (44) epitamizor (44) diogenes_ (44) jbox (44) Blockah (44)

By the way, there were 535 other nicks.

Most active nicks by hours
  0-5 6-11 12-17 18-23
1 sney - 195 jelly - 263 ratrace - 764 roycroft - 491
2 roycroft - 167 ratrace - 221 jelly - 679 jelly - 472
3 jmcnaught - 130 shtrb - 179 Lope - 255 ratrace - 368
4 alex11 - 79 roycroft - 96 greycat - 168 greycat - 303
5 H-var - 68 genr8_ - 87 hop - 141 sney - 298
6 ectospasm - 56 ChiLLabiS - 83 yetAnotherOwner - 138 jmcnaught - 158
7 sponix - 55 wrksx - 81 shtrb - 127 jhutchins - 149
8 crashoverride - 54 gvvg - 76 HelloShitty - 121 hop - 113
9 Paerox - 52 Paerox - 57 Cheaterman - 120 shtrb - 113
10 n4dir - 49 themill - 50 eoli3n - 117 karlpinc - 111

Big numbers
Is abrotman stupid or just asking too many questions? 33.8% lines contained a question!
Razva didn't know that much either. 28.8% of his/her lines were questions.
The loudest one was rootkea, who yelled 18.0% of the time!
Another old yeller was nkuttler, who shouted 11.3% of the time!
It seems that lifostack's shift-key is hanging: 2.1% of the time he/she wrote UPPERCASE.
For example, like this:
     <lifostack> 50M

Cheaterman just forgot to deactivate his/her Caps-Lock. He/She wrote UPPERCASE 1.7% of the time.
Nobody beat anyone up. Everybody was friendly.
velix brings happiness to the world. 15.1% lines contained smiling faces. :)
Paerox isn't a sad person either, smiling 13.3% of the time.
quadrathoch2 seems to be sad at the moment: 7.3% lines contained sad faces. :(
Haohmaru is also a sad person, crying 3.1% of the time.
judd wrote the longest lines, averaging 167.0 letters per line.
#debian average was 69.4 letters per line.
leibniz wrote the shortest lines, averaging 21.7 characters per line.
eoli3n was tight-lipped, too, averaging 30.2 characters.
ratrace spoke a total of 19131 words!
ratrace's faithful follower, jelly, didn't speak so much: 15359 words.
scrul00se wrote an average of 24.18 words per line.
Channel average was 12.09 words per line.

Other interesting numbers
themill is either insane or just a fair op, kicking a total of 3 people!
Strange, no op was given on #debian!
themill is the channel sheriff with 4 deops.
greycat deoped 1 users.
jelly always lets us know what he/she's doing: 16 actions!
For example, like this:
     * jelly never heard of source-directory

Also, ratrace tells us what's up with 7 actions.
roycroft talks to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 23 times!
Another lonely one was Lope, who managed to hit 6 times.
n4dir couldn't decide whether to stay or go. 77 joins during this reporting period!
oiaohm has quite a potty mouth. 0.1% words were foul language.
For example, like this:
     <oiaohm> So section 6 only covers you ass if you are using stuff that is GPL compadible.

Lope also makes sailors blush, 0.1% of the time.
Total number of lines: 58767.

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