8 visits in last 7 days — public Users page


(Anton) #1

Here you can see how the number of visits, which is 8 (last figure per usr) is greater than the number of days in a Weekly view, which is 7.

It looks confusing.

Same for 32 visits in a Monthly views.


(Jeff Atwood) #2

I suspect it has to do with timezones, etc, though we should count all this in UTC, probably.


(Anton) #3

99% of our users, including the one on the screenshot, are in Ukraine/Russia/Europe timezones, while I’m in Australian, so the difference is 6+ hours. Can well be the cause


(Mittineague) #4

I’m Eastern - EST, Discourse servers are California?

Maybe someone can recognize if any of the “8” members are in the same time zone as the Discourse server?

https://meta.discourse.org/u?order=days_visited

IIRC, this discrepancy came up quite a while ago and the explanation at that time was that it was probably a one-off error.

I’m thinking it has to do with when the Sidekiq job runs.


#6

this is still showing up…

worth fixing…? or…


(Joshua Rosenfeld) #7

It’s still on the list to be fixed…just way, way down at the bottom. Doesn’t affect/prevent usage of Discourse in any meaningful way. We’ll get to it eventually…bigger fish to fry first.


(Gerhard Schlager) #8

@maja fixed it in FIX user directory time period count (#6586) · discourse/discourse@012da86 · GitHub :+1:


(Gerhard Schlager) #9