[typo] Logs / Statistics
William A. Carrel
wac+typo at carrel.org
Sun Aug 21 23:22:12 EDT 2005
image into the article in the RSS feed. Really this would track the
same way as article views and probably could be implemented fairly
easily (and non-invasively) using the filter framework that Scott
Laird has been working on.
On Aug 21, 2005, at 8:08 PM, Jeff Casimir wrote:
> Are you saying that you want to track when users access your RSS
> feed? That sounds like an interesting challenge. I think the
> tracking would have to come from the controller that renders the
> XML. For Typo applications, this would mean adding a method call
> within the controller if you want to use railstat. Of course first
> I'll have to figure out the railstat side of things. It shouldn't
> be hard, but I haven't had much dev time in the last week. I will
> keep it at the forefront of my to-do list this week.
> Kevin Ballard wrote:
>> RailStat sounds cool, but since it works by having the browser
>> load a resource (either JS or image), it seems to me it can't
>> track RSS feeds. Do you have any sort of solution for that?
>> On Aug 19, 2005, at 7:01 PM, Jeff Casimir wrote:
>>> I've been working with Luben, the guy who started railstat, to
>>> make it...ummm...better. It needs a lot of work before I would
>>> call it ready for widespread deployment. Since his 0.1 gem
>>> creation I have done a lot of work on the code to...
>>> - Support Windows
>>> - Support PostgreSQL (aka anything not-MySQL)
>>> - Support a server running as local host
>>> - Optimizing some of the SQL queries
>>> - Refactoring. Refactoring. Refactoring.
>>> I took a day off to go to the beach, but I should be back to
>>> work on it tonight or tomorrow. Expect release(s) next week.
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