Re: IEA Deck March 17th - 31st

From: Randy Saaf <randy_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2007 13:50:14 -0700

What about the black donnellys test?


----- Original Message -----
From: Tabish Hasan
To: Randy Saaf; qa; torrents
Sent: Fri Apr 06 10:42:57 2007
Subject: RE: IEA Deck March 17th - 31st

The results aren't too surprising. The weak networks were BT, eMule, and Ares. Gnutella looked good.

 

They're seeing low results on eMule because they're doing most of their tests on Big Bang 9 (as discussed earlier). For Ares, our protection is still not up fully, so they're pretty much seeing what we're seeing internally.

 

On BT, they're still doing most of their tests on torrentz / mininova / snarf-it. They did do some tests on torrentspy and torrentportal, but that was very limited. Torrents team, continue to focus getting our numbers higher on mininova and snarf-it.

 

I've uploaded the PPT sheet to \\mdfile01\public\QA\Universal Studios\2007_04_06 (Mar 17-31) <file:///\\mdfile01\public\QA\Universal%20Studios\2007_04_06%20(Mar%2017-31)> . I also uploaded their BT test data and data from all networks in case anyone wants to analyze their tests further. Note the sheets only show data starting from March 1st.

 

-TH

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Randy Saaf
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2007 9:11 PM
To: qa; torrents
Subject: Fw: IEA Deck March 17th - 31st

 

 

 

----- Original Message -----

From: Markham, Aaron (NBC Universal) <Aaron.Markham_at_nbcuni.com>

To: Randy Saaf; Octavio Herrera

Sent: Thu Apr 05 19:39:45 2007

Subject: FW: IEA Deck March 17th - 31st

 

Wow… some really shitty results this time. Something wrong?

 

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