Re: & webserver log data summary

Our experience with the Kyield demo was very similar immediately following sharing the link with this list, a small portion of total visitation for that month.

It's instructive when considering what are really marketing issues in terms of adoption, particularly when considering actual budget authority (or even significant influence) in the decision making. 

In our predecessor, a fair portion of every relevant organization worldwide not only visited often (across academia, gov, corp, consultants, finance, media, NGOs, etc.), but had active members with personalized services, and it was still difficult to achieve critical mass in a sustainable manner as all would take value but very few would even cover their own expense.

It highlights the need for support and commitment in related technologies, particularly at the early stages where risk averse organizations and cultures are now the norm.

Not a trivial challenge, adoption- particularly in an economically sustainable manner. .02 - Mark 
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: John Barkley 
  Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 4:32 AM
  Subject: & webserver log data summary

  Per the conversation during the July 9 Telecon:
  attached is a summary of query accesses to the demo from the webserver logs 
  of and The dates in the 
  webserver logs used to generate the data cover the period May 31, 2007 thru 
  June 8, 2007.

  The columns are:

  1. Organization:  the Organization who (presumably) owns the Domain Name 
  from which the access came. The term "ISP" refers to some Internet Service 
  Provider who can usually be identified from the Domain Name. The term "ISP?" 
  means it looked like an ISP. The "????" means that the Organization and/or 
  Domain Name couldn't be determined.
  2. Doman Name:  the Domain name of the host from which the access occurred.
  3. IP Address:  the IP address of the host from which the access occurred.
  4. Number of Queries:  the number of both POST and GET queries to the demo 
  from that IP Address. There were a total of 883 queries (247 POST and 636 

  It is interesting that there are 56 instances of exactly 2 queries from a 
  host, the most except for 0 queries. This is likely due to the fact that 
  people were trying the Google Maps/Allen Brain  Institute/SPARQL mashup 
  whose published example link 
  (,Kcnd1@2800)  generated two 


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