Gathering statistics


(Andy Rothfusz) #1

I’d like to be able to measure how well we answer questions in our forums.

Is there an efficient way to find:

  • Posts without replies
  • Posts with replies by people in a particular group (e.g. admins)
  • Posts with replies after anyone from a particular group has posted (e.g. replies that need replies)
  • Limit this by a date range applied to either the post creation or the replies
  • Measure the time between the post creation and the first reply from a group.

(Sam Saffron) #2

We plan to build some more extensive stats in the next few month, in the mean time

go to: https://forums.docker.com/ click “replies” twice, Docker Forums

Or

Can not be done quite yet, also plan to add something to catch this

Can not do this yet, not really planned. To catch some of these @riking is building a sql querying tool.

Also going to need SQL querying here.


Since its a pg db you can simply download a backup and write some scripts to perform analysis on the pg dump you get.

I love the idea of having some metrics you work on improving, it throws science into the mix and we love science.


(Erlend Sogge Heggen) #3

We cover more of this now:

I think some of the goal-oriented stats you’ve mentioned would fit very well into this plugin:


(Jeff Atwood) #4

On top of that @Rufus the Data Explorer plugin @riking wrote is quite mature now and used extensively by our customers. So “anything” that can be expressed in SQL against Postgres is now possible.