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Hi all,

Florian told me about

I've seen and I would like to
help to put that page in the best possible shape to minimize
maintenance, execution, and usage costs.

- The higher the maintenance costs, the more bugs the page and the
site are going to accumulate.
- The higher the server-side execution cost, the less people will be
able to download LibreOffice on indicated dates such as release dates.
- The higher the usage cost, the less people will be able to get the
actual software.

To achieve that particular goals I think we need, at least, these metrics:
- For execution cost: A log and a distribution of execution times
- For usage cost:
- - The download conversion rate (downloads / visits) per each page
- - A log and an aggregation of user agents. Because the page
presentation will depend on it.

So my first question would be: how could we get some of all of these metrics?

Also, I made a JavaScript function for system detection. It could be
used for the current version of
with minor changes on the latter. It is available at
and demoed at

I've seen
; StefanW please let me know how can I help you to integrate this
function into your code, or to solve any other challenge you have with
that page both on the client or the server side.

I look forward to help the team to specify, design, and implement this
page. Please let me know which is the best way to do it.


"Make sure that Office documents very well depends on PROPRIETARY IE
    Bill Gates, 1998.

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