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The node IDs from 1 through 1,000,000 were used for the following purposes:

    739,787 Replies
      2,436 Categorized answers

    120,560 Root nodes
    ------- ----------
     96,552 SoPW
      6,847 Meditations
      4,028 PM Discussions
      2,037 Snippets*
      1,964 Obfuscated
      1,869 Code catecombs*
      1,856 CUfP
      1,827 Perl news
      1,366 Poems
        786 Categorized questions
        361 Polls
        275 Craft*
        259 Tutorials
        160 Book review
        147 Module review
         99 Inner scriptorium
         83 Editor requests*
         26 Off-topic non-section
         18 Quests
            (*Closed sections)

     62,789 Users
     33,126 User scratchpads
     15,254 Zombie users
      1,590 User images

      5,017 Patches to PM code
      1,312 Replies to patches
      2,149 Infrastructure nodes

        755 Perl documentation
        381 Site documentation
    ======= ===========
    985,156 Total nodes
     14,844 Reaped, deleted, and lost nodes

 11,460,400 Votes cast (approximately)

(Just in case anybody was curious.)

- tye        


In reply to Re: Nodes 1..1000000 were: by tye
in thread Node 1000000 will be: by marto

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