SourceForge Open-Source Programming Project
- Eight individuals, including 3 non-CLRA members, contributed directly to the project: Jan Stone (CLRA, programming), Angela Yue (Canada, programming), Josie Ottman (CLRA, design), Liao Zheng (China, programming), Tom Heebink (CLRA, bug hunting and design), Tim Guinther (USA, programming), Gary Mount (CLRA, design), and Rick Hall (CLRA).
- The CLRA source code was downloaded 1,359 times.
Test and Live Websites
- The combined live and test sites served 253,239 HTTP requests in 2002, an average of 83 per day.
- The live site was used by 217 CLRA members.
- The live and test sites were used by a wide variety of browsers, including Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 3, 4, 5 and 6; Netscape 3, 4 and 6; Mozilla 0.x and 1.x; Opera; Lynx; and 28 other less common browsers.
- The live and test sites served requests to 3,460 distinct machines.
- The test site had visitors from not only from the United States, but also from 28 other countries: the United Kingdom, Canada, Denmark, USA Military, Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Poland, Australia, Israel, Taiwan, Italy, Austria, New Zealand, Estonia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Czech Republic, South Africa, Seychelles, Greece, Ukraine, Luxembourg, and Singapore.
- Out of 253,239 total HTTP requests, there were 361 failed requests.
- There were also some periods of downtime, caused by crashes of the machine on which the site is hosted.
- There were two operational software bugs. The bugs were sufficiently minor that there was no need to change the code on the sites during the first year of operation.