[OpenStack-I18n] stackalytics translation stats API is broken????
Ian Y. Choi
ianyrchoi at gmail.com
Sun May 15 17:55:45 UTC 2016
Your translation count on Stackalytics is zero?
If then, I think  and  will help to solve your problem :)
With many thanks,
Remo Mattei wrote on 5/16/2016 2:22 AM:
> The last 2 months I translated about 400 words but stack does not even show any. It will be great to get this fixed.
> Inviato da iPhone
>> Il giorno 15 mag 2016, alle ore 09:56, Ian Y. Choi <ianyrchoi at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>> I might have found the problem.
>> The problem is that there can be several 'Translated' results within a week,
>> however, those results are saved with the same primary key.
>> I have just proposed https://review.openstack.org/316460 .
>> I am not sure whether 'date' field is used on other Stackalytics sources,
>> but at least, generating the primary key for translation records on record_processor.py
>> does not use 'savedDate' field, as Shengjing mentioned.
>> If 'date' field is used on other Stackalytics sources, please tell me, then I will change the review :)
>> With many thanks,
>> SJ Zhu wrote on 5/16/2016 12:14 AM:
>>>> On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 10:42 PM, Ian Y. Choi <ianyrchoi at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I have a question, although it is not mainly related to wrong Stackalytics
>>>> I have found that API 'stats/user/%s/%s..%s'
>>>> and API 'stats/project/%s/version/%s/contributor/%s/%s..%s' generate
>>>> different results.
>>>> For example, from Apr 1 2016 to today, my count is 34320 with the first API,
>>>> but the send API generates 29490 for the same period.
>>>> I do know why the two APIs generate different numbers.
>>>> Can statistics numbers on user API and the sum of results from each project
>>>> API be different?
>>> Hi all,
>>> Previously Stackalytics uses API
>>> But I change it to 'stats/user/%s/%s..%s' in
>>> I may find the BUG but I have no time to fix it these days. So I hope
>>> someone to help.
>>> Stackalytics will get the results every week. And
>>> 'stats/user/%s/%s..%s' will return
>>> everyday's count. However Stackalytics seems not to sum a week's work.
>>> To fix it, I think we can change the way how Stackalytics uses
>>> Zanata's API. Based on
>>> 'stats/user/%s/%s..%s' we can get 'savedDate'. So just use the
>>> 'savedDate' to display
>>> on Stackalytics. I haven't read the code carefully but I think the
>>> change is possible.
>>> What's more we can debug the wrong results on Stackalytics more conveniently.
>>> But there's another question. How can we fix the old results on Stackalytics?
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