RE: Reporting site fields

From: Gilberto Vargas <gilberto_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 11:47:34 -0700

Hi Andrew,

 

FastTrack eDonkey Gnutella WinMX DirectConnect Ares - Are total requests
for those each networks for the selected time period.

 

Total - Total requests for the selected time period... this project used
to be requests only project so the word "total" was not changed it used
to be associated to requests.

Average - this is the average requests for the selected time period.

Supply - Supply is the average supply for the selected time period

Spoofs - The average spoofs sent out during the selected time period.

Decoys - The average decoys sent out during the selected time period.

 

Would you like us to change the naming convention to something else,
maybe switch "total" to "total requests" and "average" to "average
requests"?

 

 

Thank You,

Gilberto Vargas

MediaDefender, Inc.

Tel 310-956-3366

________________________________

From: Skinner, Andrew (NBC Universal) [mailto:Andrew.Skinner_at_nbcuni.com]

Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 11:16 AM
To: Ben Grodsky; Gilberto Vargas
Cc: Jay Mairs; Markham, Aaron (NBC Universal)
Subject: Reporting site fields

 

Hey Guys,

 

Can you clarify what each of the columns represents on the reporting
site? There are some inconsistencies in the demand data from last month
to this month and I'm trying to figure out what is correct.

 

 

Do the following fields contain the total requests for the reporting
period, or the daily average?

FastTrack eDonkey Gnutella WinMX DirectConnect Ares

 

 

Total: Total what?

 

Average: This appears to be the total divided by the number of days in
the reporting period. Is this correct?

 

Supply : Is this total supply for the reporting period, or the daily
average?

 

Spoofs : Total, or daily average? How is this measured?

 

Decoys: Total, or daily average? How is this measured?

 

 

Thanks,

Andrew

 

 
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