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#101 2011-03-12 20:47:52

lifeafter2am
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Re: Linux Survey

falconindy wrote:

http://ompldr.org/vN3M4ZA

So, this is odd. We launched a new website at work last month, and like the bunch of geeks we are, we sat staring at a map of the world watching pings from the varying countries hitting the site. I explicitly recall seeing a a ping in this same area. I know that there's islands just off the coast of the armpit of africa, but this map makes it appear like the ping came due south of ghana, where there's nothing. How are these locations being captured? Geolocation via IP? Would be interested to what the actual location is supposed to be...

Yes, this is done via Geolocation via IP.  I know there are a few places where the data didn't come through, and this may be one of them.  I think that might be the 0,0 line and that is where the program drops the datapoint when it doesn't have a GEO location.


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#102 2011-03-12 21:12:48

falconindy
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Re: Linux Survey

Aha, I knew that point looked familiar for a reason. It is in fact the meeting of the prime meridian and the equator. Thanks.

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#103 2011-03-14 02:10:11

lifeafter2am
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Re: Linux Survey

Survey is now closed.  A HUGE thanks to the Arch community for their showing on this!!!  Arch accounted for almost 60% of the 900 responses!!

I will post results here as I start to come across them!  (maps too!)


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#104 2011-03-14 02:19:28

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Re: Linux Survey

Looks like I was the last one to take the survey... and the only one from Paraguay.

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#105 2011-03-14 03:28:46

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Re: Linux Survey

lifeafter2am wrote:

Survey is now closed.  A HUGE thanks to the Arch community for their showing on this!!!  Arch accounted for almost 60% of the 900 responses!!

I will post results here as I start to come across them!  (maps too!)

Only 60%? So much for world domination smile


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#106 2011-04-07 04:36:17

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Re: Linux Survey

lifeafter2am wrote:

I will post results here as I start to come across them!  (maps too!)

bump smile

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#107 2011-04-07 07:52:18

ngoonee
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Re: Linux Survey

DrCR wrote:
lifeafter2am wrote:

I will post results here as I start to come across them!  (maps too!)

bump smile

Don't do that. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … te#Bumping


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