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Crummy Stats on the Gentoo 2008.0 release

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Ok, so this isn't a full one week period yet, but I'm going to be out tonight probably, so 8 hours ahead of time is close enough. This is just a quick scrape of the numbers.

Downloads by bouncer product (no arch breakdown)

gentoo-2008.0-livecd (x86,amd64) 72518
gentoo-2008.0-minimal 26543
gentoo-2008.0-universal (hppa,ppc,sparc64) 2925
gentoo-2008.0-packagecd (sparc64) 385

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re: Gentoo 2008

People are probably just waiting for their 2007 release to finish compiling before they update to the current version.

re: Gentoo 2008

roflmao lolololomg

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