SI-GUI stats (First time public)

Some time ago I started collecting stats about the usage of SI-GUI. Many of you took part (opt-in) and now I want to tell show you the numbers I see. I wrote a small (<16KB) C# program, which allows aggregating the data and produces this very HTML files. All of the files I publish can be found here. If you want to jump to the one I published at time of writing this, feel free to use this link.

Some things I wondered about:

  • Most people use SI-GUI in the default language (which should be the language of your OS), which is good :)
  • A lot of people use the program in Russia and Japan, but no localizations are available for the language spoken in the country….
  • Is there anything to do from my side to help you performing the parallel install (Going from 30 -> 26 -> 24) Only 80% of the parallel installs are finished
  • Maybe (and I hope that) submitting “Save bootstrap” does not work. From Open to Save this filer (which is highly recommended for testing purpose) is from 29 [More than the last step….) ->9 ONLY 31% of the installations are changed that way!!

Any questions?? Please comment!

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One thought on “SI-GUI stats (First time public)”

  1. Hi,

    Thanks for this great tool.

    I think Server Installation GUI name makes a little confusion, at the first time i heard it, i thought that it is aimed to install LibreOffice over a server to thin clients, like installing to 30 machines on network at once. But as far as i understand it is used to make parallel installations. LibreOffice Parallel Installation GUI may suit better imho.

    Anyway, thanks again :)

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