On Thu, 12 Oct 2006 21:15:02 -0700, Tim Smith wrote:
> In article <gpjxpbtl9xyz.dlg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> Erik Funkenbusch <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> It's a question of volume and quality. Many news servers rotate content
>> after a certain number of messages. Posting 2000 messages a week causes
>> the newsgroup to flush way too quickly in all but the largest news servers.
>> Roy posts more messages in 1 *DAY* than COLA has historically had in 1-2
> How do you get that? Roy has averaged 42 posts/day over his lifetime on
> COLA, and he's operating below his average rate currently.
I appologize... for some reason I was thinking he was posting 350+ posts
per day, when in reality it's per week. I guess it just seems like that
> Over all of 2004 (well before Roy's first COLA appearance), COLA
> averaged 382 posts/day, so 1-2 weeks of historical COLA is *WAY* more
> than 1 day of Roy, by around 2 orders of magnitude.
Yes, my bad.