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Re: What I HATE about F11

On Sun, 14.06.09 16:11, Jeff Spaleta (jspaleta gmail com) wrote:

> On Sun, Jun 14, 2009 at 3:36 PM, Lennart Poettering<mzerqung 0pointer de> wrote:
> > Are you speaking of the same smolt that lists es1371 as most popular
> > sound card? i.e. a sound card that has been out of production since
> > about 10 years now? Somehow I have serious doubts about the validity
> > of the smolt data.
> You might have found a bug in the tallying there in how cards are
> self-identifying product strings. 

ci devices identify them via numeric ids only, the strings come from
the hwdata databases.

> You'll notice the same exact entry
> is listed twice in the Audio device table.  Are cards using the
> ENS1371 driver misreporting their vendor/card version info? There are
> only 5 listings in the table for the ENS1371 driver. There are dozens
> listed for the Intel ICH driver. I bet if you totalled up counts by
> driver, things would look more sensible to you with intel being a
> reasonably large percentage of the drivers in use.

It's not just that ens1371 is shown as unrealistically popular, it's
also that it doesn't know a single HDA device. I mean,
seriously... what will smolt claim next? that santa claus exists?

To me it appears that the data shown on this smolt web thingy originates
from /dev/random. 

Unrelated to this, it's fun to see what happens when one accesses
http://smolt.fedoraproject.org/static/stats or a similar URL... ;-)


Lennart Poettering                        Red Hat, Inc.
lennart [at] poettering [dot] net
http://0pointer.net/lennart/           GnuPG 0x1A015CC4

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