Show 1: July 12
Show 2: July 16
Show 3: July 21
I list these just for reference.
As of July 23, there have been 155 requests for files with .mp3 extensions. Since the only mp3s here are the shows, that’s 155 downloads (or at least, link-clicks) of three shows. My stats report also says that the 155 .mp3 requests account for 97.91% of the data transferred from this subdomain, which sounds exactly right, since the webpages themselves (including graphics) account for just a few megs of data.
There have been 622 requests for RSS2 feeds.
There have been 11 requests for Atom feeds.
There have been 79 requests for Show 1.
There have been 45 requests for Show 2.
There have been 32 requests for Show 3.
Okay. Show 2 is 15.615 megs. The 45 requests for this show account for 31.23% of the 690.15 megs taken overall in this time-period. 31.23% of 690.15 is 215.533845 megs. If all 45 requests were downloaded completely, that would be 702.675 megs. However, at the absolute MOST, 16 of the 45 clicks for Show 2 were downloaded completely, or about 36%.
Show 3 is 15.623 megs. The 32 requests for this show account for 19.39% of the 690.15 megs taken overall in this time-period. 19.39% of 690.15 is 133.820085 megs. If all 32 requests were downloaded completely that would be 499.936 megs. However, at the absolute MOST, 8 of the 32 clicks for Show 3 were downloaded to their completion, or about 25%.
I’m going through these numbers to hopefully arrive at a reliable percentage of file requests that are downloaded fully, so that when I look at my stats page, I can say, “This file was requested this many times, so X percent of that means at the most, this many complete downloads.” The sample size is too small right now, and I’m guessing that as each show gets older (yet remains available), the percentage changes — whether increasing or decreasing, I can’t begin to estimate — and I’d like to see how that plays out.
Anyone see anything wrong with my figuring?