[RC5] Stats RSS Feed?

Jim C. Nasby decibel at distributed.net
Wed Jan 5 20:17:19 EST 2005

We would also like to offer XML versions of all stats pages, and any
help on that would be much appreciated. The eventual idea is:

database --(PHP? Java?)--> XML --(XSLT)--> .html

That way, most (if not all) stats pages would be available in XML as
well as .html. We should also be able to offer .csv and other formats

On Sun, Jan 02, 2005 at 06:07:05PM +0200, Dmitri Gribenko wrote:
> Hello!
> > Is there any provided functionality like this that would pull in your
> > RC5 and/or OGR stats for display?
> Yes, there is! You can fetch "raw" stats (blocks flushed on some day) with 
> this URL:
> http://stats.distributed.net/participant/phistory_raw.php?project_id=PROJECT_ID&id=YOUR_PARTICIPIANT_ID
> PROJECT_ID is 8 for RC5-72, 25 for OGR-P2
> YOUR_PARTICIPANT_ID is your participant id :)
> Then, you can parse that page with some Perl script.
> > Or perhaps someone has built something like this that I could look at
> > and modify? My web page is running PostNuke if that helps. I am just
> > looking to add a block that would display my stats for each contest. I
> > do not run any sort of personal proxy to report against.
> I've written a Perl script that downloads raw RC5-72 stats, parses them and 
> creates some pretty plots with gnuplot. The script is covered by GPL, so you 
> can modify it. You can leave the parser and the computations, but change the 
> gnuplot script output with HTML output. You can get the script here:
> http://gribozavr.narod.ru/rc5_stats.pl
> Dmitri Gribenko
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