[Catalog-sig] PyPI mirrors are all up to date
tjreedy at udel.edu
Mon Apr 16 07:54:33 CEST 2012
On 4/15/2012 10:09 PM, ken cochrane wrote:
> I have taken your advice and I have updated it so that it is a little
> clearer. I changed the times a little but I stuck to the 3 statuses
> that you proposed.
> I also added a bunch of other features to the site, so feel free to
> check it out and let me know if you can think of anything else.
Looks pretty nice, except I suggest 'aging' rather than 'oldish', which
is not a real word.
> On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 11:11 AM, Hanno Schlichting<hanno at hannosch.eu> wrote:
>> On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 4:44 PM, Ken Cochrane<kencochrane at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Yeah I need to clean that up and make it more standard but this is how it
>>> works now.
>>> Age< 5 min = excellent
>>> Age> 5 min and age< 15 min = awesome
>>> Age> 15 min and age< 1 hour = great.
>>> Age> 1 hour and age< 6 hour = good
>>> Age> 6 hours and age< 12 hour = OK
>>> Age> 12 hours and age< 1 day = getting stale
>>> Age> 1 day = out of date
>>> Feel free to make suggestions on how to improve.
>> My suggestion, keep it simple:
>> Age< 15 minutes - green (fresh)
>> Age< 1 day - yellow (oldish)
>> Age> 1 day - red (old)
>> Apache and CPAN mirrors are much more forgiving.
>> < 30 hours - green
>> < 54 hours - yellow
>>> 54 hours - red
>> < 2 days green
>> < 4days - yellow
>>> 4 days - red
Terry Jan Reedy
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