#osdev @ Libera stats by _whitelogger

Statistics generated on Saturday 1 October 2022 - 0:00:09
During this 30-day reporting period, a total of 100 different nicks were represented on #osdev.


Most active times
7.1%
7.1
5.8%
5.8
5.7%
5.7
2.7%
2.7
2.4%
2.4
2.9%
2.9
2.8%
2.8
1.6%
1.6
0.8%
0.8
0.6%
0.6
0.9%
0.9
0.9%
0.9
0.7%
0.7
2.4%
2.4
1.8%
1.8
5.2%
5.2
3.8%
3.8
5.6%
5.6
6.7%
6.7
7.6%
7.6
8.2%
8.2
8.0%
8.0
6.7%
6.7
7.8%
7.8
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
0-5 = 0-5 6-11 = 6-11 12-17 = 12-17 18-23 = 18-23

Most active nicks
 NickNumber of linesWhen?Random quote
1 heat3499"again, there are no block checksums in ext4"
2 geist3002"there was no reason for it to generically exist"
3 zid1777"not doing &sbss, or a bug in the conversion, etc"
4 mjg1719"style or layering aside, this is a bug"
5 clever1655"a multi-sync vga crt monitor"
6 rpnx_604"I don't know any example where C++ STL is slow"
7 mrvn522"and the GDT entry 0 isn't the dummy disabled entry?"
8 mjg_464"geist: so i think i got performant uucopy"
9 wxwisiasdf463"i have 3, protected modes rings"
10 bslsk05426"‚Äčen.wikipedia.org: Padding (cryptography) - Wikipedia"
11 dh`407"the ones at the top of the file? probably not"
12 gog395"yes that's what i'm saying"
13 moon-child235"https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc/Standards.html"
14 klange235"This is why I do that silly fw-cfg thing."
15 linkdd212"so you get that one would want to use crates"
16 kazinsal191"and in the hearts and minds of madmen"
17 rpnx191"No, those are good questions."
18 Mutabah183"umm... what's the context?"
19 CompanionCube167"you can zdb the MOS just like a regular dataset"
20 pitust162"geist: you could replace the battery, no"
21 ddevault142"looks like linux reads the MSR just fine"
22 Bitweasil122"Do you still have register banking with FIQ on AArch64?"
23 netbsduser106"which zeon out of interest?"
24 alpha2023100"when was the last time you degaussed that set?"
25 \Test_User97"linux was written without using C++"


These didn't make it to the top:
vin (89) FatAlbert (87) j`ey (84) Griwes (81) GeDaMo (76)
raggi (76) fisu (73) klys (66) epony (63) Matt|home (61)
nick64 (60) klys_ (55) maksy (50) demindiro (47) sonny (44)
davros1 (43) mykernel (41) JerOfPanic (39) maxdev (37) dminuoso (37)
dasabhi (37) jimbzy (32) tarel2 (31) zzo38 (30) mykernel_ (30)
sham1 (29) Iris_Persephone (27) c2a1 (27) saltd (27) carbonfiber (26)

By the way, there were 45 other nicks.

Big numbers
Is rpnx_ stupid or just asking too many questions? 21.3% lines contained a question!
mrvn didn't know that much either. 20.6% of his/her lines were questions.
The loudest one was Bitweasil, who yelled 10.6% of the time!
Another old yeller was pitust, who shouted 2.4% of the time!
It seem that kazinsal's shift-key is hanging: 1.5% of the time he/she wrote UPPERCASE.
For example, like this:
     08:13:00 <kazinsal> C


linkdd just forgot to deactivate his/her Caps-Lock. He/She wrote UPPERCASE 0.9% of the time.
Nobody beat anyone up. Everybody was friendly.
bslsk05 brings happiness to the world. 9.6% lines contained smiling faces. :)
wxwisiasdf isn't a sad person either, smiling 6.0% of the time.
bslsk05 seems to be sad at the moment: 2.5% lines contained sad faces. :(
Bitweasil is also a sad person, crying 2.4% of the time.
netbsduser wrote the longest lines, averaging 119.4 letters per line.
#osdev average was 57.0 letters per line.
gog wrote the shortest lines, averaging 28.4 characters per line.
wxwisiasdf was tight-lipped, too, averaging 36.9 characters.
geist spoke a total of 41400 words!
geist's faithful follower, heat, didn't speak so much: 25351 words.
ALowther wrote an average of 47.00 words per line.
Channel average was 10.47 words per line.

Most used words
 Word Number of Uses Last Used by
1 there 611 mjg
2 think 541 mjg
3 which 537 mjg
4 about 455 mjg
5 would 449 mjg
6 because 376 mjg
7 kernel 359 gorgonical
8 thing 337 geist
9 really 330 mjg
10 something 328 mjg

Most referenced nick
 Nick Number of Uses Last Used by
1 heat 326 mjg
2 geist 228 geist
3 rpnx_ 134 heat
4 zid 115 heat
5 clever 113 geist

Most referenced URLs
 URL Number of Uses Last Used by
1 http://www.raspberrypi.com: 7 bslsk05
2 http://www.amazon.com: 3 bslsk05
3 https://wiki.osdev.org/Raspberry_Pi_Bare_Bones 2 rpnx_
4 https://uefi.org/specs/UEFI/2.10/index.html 2 clever
5 http://www.illumos.org: 2 bslsk05

Other interesting numbers
Nice opers here, no one got kicked!
Strange, no op was given on #osdev!
Wow, no op was taken on #osdev!
geist always lets us know what he/she's doing: 29 actions!
For example, like this:
     19:02:00 * geist nods


Also, gog tells us what's up with 11 actions.
mjg is talking to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 38 times!
Another lonely one was heat, who managed to hit 30 times.
tarel2 has quite a potty mouth. 12.9% lines contained foul language.
_Heat also makes sailors blush, 12% of the time.

Latest Topics
A topic was never set on this channel.
Total number of lines: 19023.

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