help, I've been able to get a slight twist in the The Center of PerlMonk Mass
code; now I have weighted the results based on a users' XP (excluding the large weighting that vroom
would possibly contribut). Surprisingly or not, this only causes the center of mass to shift slightly (~100mi) towards Seattle. There's some changes as well for the North American subset and European subset as well.
Because we get new users all the time, I've cron'ed these center of mass script to run twice a month (while the PM Other Users Locator is still running every 10 minutes).
You can see these maps at http://mneylon.masemware.com/pm/. I've fixed the graphics to be jpgs instead of the much larger pngs that were causing download problems.
Dr. Michael K. Neylon - firstname.lastname@example.org
"You've left the lens cap of your mind on again, Pinky" - The Brain
"I can see my house from here!"
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