I am working in a presentation about the Perl resources available on the web and some slides are going to be devoted to PerlMonks.
Specifically I would like to include some information about the average number of questions posted per day, the number of replies, the number of different monks that came here every day, etc. just to show how active the site is.
Looking around I have found a link to a page that in theory have such information (http://tinymicros.com/pm/index.php) but it doesn't work.
This old thread, PM Statistics?, ask mostly the same as here but doesn't have any satisfactory reply.
I am missing something?
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