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README.examples: update to reflect current arrangement.

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Bill Allombert 17 years ago
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@ -6,22 +6,21 @@ least 100 of them, if possible) for these results to be valid.
To collect results, use procmail or some other mail alias to e-mail
submissions to a file called, say, new-popcon-entries.
You should run popcon-process.sh once a day, or so. It calls prepop.py to
You should run popcon-process.sh once a day, or so. It calls prepop.pl to
split the mailbox file into a directory (popcon-entries) with one file per
submission, and only one submission per participant. (Since each
participant makes a submission only once per day, it's very important to
remove duplicates.)
HINT: if you have an account on master.debian.org, you can find a
pre-processed popcon-entries directory in /home/apenwarr. Feel free to use
these files to generate your own statistics.
HINT: if you have an account on popcon.debian.org, you can find a pre-processed
popcon-entries directory in /org/popcon.debian.org/popcon-mail. Feel free to
use these files to generate your own statistics.
Now you can do, for example:
cat popcon-entries/*/* | popanal.py
which creates a bunch of files named results.soemthing-or-other, with one
"results" file per Debian package section. Output lines look like this:
which creates a file named results. Output lines look like this:
<name> <vote> <old> <recent-ctime> <no-files>

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