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    • Lukas Fleischer's avatar
      stats.inc.php: Improve definition of "added" · 29bffe64
      Lukas Fleischer authored
      
      
      Until now, a package is listed under "Packages added in the past 7 days"
      if it was added at most one week ago and if the last modification time
      matches the submission time stamp. A package is considered "updated" if
      it was modified at most one week ago and the modification time stamp
      differs from the submission time stamp.
      
      Since we are using Git to store packages now, there always is a delay
      between package creation (which is handled in git-serve) and last
      modification (which is handled by git-update). Thus, by the above
      definitions, almost every package is considered "updated".
      
      Since there is no reason for excluding packages that were both added and
      updated within the past seven days from the "Packages added in the past
      7 days" counter, we can drop the check whether the last modification
      time matches the submission time stamp. Also, to identify packages that
      were actually updated, we now only count packages that were modified at
      least one hour after the initial submission.
      Signed-off-by: Lukas Fleischer's avatarLukas Fleischer <lfleischer@archlinux.org>
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