Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #pdl, 2015-01-10

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01:09 sivoais "There's instability and frequent 500 errors on the SourceForge site currently. We're working on getting this fixed asap" <https://twitter.com/sfnet_op​s/status/553682371275288577>
01:13 pdurbin we still have our binary downloads on SF
01:14 pdurbin despite moving the code to github a while back
01:19 sivoais It seems like a good way to track downloads. I'm not sure if GitHub has that.
01:20 sivoais I've seen some people use Amazon S3 to handle their binaries. It does look sketchy though. ;-)
02:02 pdurbin last I looked GitHub didn't have a way to track downloads. it's a very nice feature of SF
05:41 jberger github provides a download link for any tag
05:42 jberger I wonder if we could branch and commit the binary and tag it :p
05:42 jberger send a little overblown
05:42 jberger s/send/seems/
05:45 jberger oh hey!
05:45 jberger https://github.com/blog/1547-release-your-software
13:42 pdurbin sivoais: check this out: "download_count" at https://developer.github.com/v3/repos​/releases/#get-a-single-release-asset
16:44 drrho joined #pdl
20:06 jberger several internal updates to http://pdlporters.github.io/
20:06 jberger been y "for fun" project today
20:06 jberger *my
20:22 sivoais pdurbin++, thanks!
20:35 pdurbin sivoais: sure. dunno if they expose these counts through their web interface or not
20:45 sivoais it may be in the graphs
20:46 sivoais ah, if you own the repo, there's a Traffic tab in the graphs
20:49 pdurbin yeahbut that's just clones from what I can tell. not downloads of releases (binaries)

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