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Þann mið  8.okt 2014 19:12, skrifaði Jan Holesovsky:
The output so far looks like this:

Usage information:
Usage information end

This means that all the actions happened in Writer (TextDocument), and
the user has 6x switched Bold, inserted one table, 2x italics, has quit
LibreOffice once, 1x applied style, and once used backspace :-)

Ideas to include:

* LibreOffice version
* operating system
* user's locale
* screen resolution
* number of sessions started [this, minus the number of 'Quit's can give
   the number of crashes ;-)]

Anything else?  Cannot promise I can do everything, though ;-)

To be able to measure some kind of productivity associated with each build in question, I think we'd need information about time and number of keystrokes/mouseclicks. Per module, since key/mouse ratio is surely very different in each module. Of course, to be useful, there should be some kind of "idletime" variable to deduce from "uptime".

This would allow us to see the consequences of UI modifications amongst other things.

Maybe such measures are considered too invasive?

Just thoughts,

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