As a follow up to https://skindley.wordpress.com/2007/06/24/linux-counter-website/ I thought it good to repost an email notification I received concerning the Linux Counter Project. This article and the one I’ve referenced may not be connected in terms of the downtime previously discussed but I thought it would be a good place to update information between the two posts so as to not create confusion about where the Linux Counter Project is actually located.
It used to be http://counter.li.org
It is now http://linuxcounter.net
I received this email concerning the Linux Counter Project:
Hello Scott Kindley
my name is Alexander Mieland and I’m the new manager of the Linux Counter Project. Since I love statistics and because counter.li.org was not developed at all since over four years, I’ve started to develop a completly new and reworked project with the same but modernized design and the same target.
Last week, Harald Alvestrand and I have decided that this new project will be the New Linux Counter Project and replace the good old counter of counter.li.org. The url of the new project is:
I’ve worked hard to develop the first version of this new project and today I’ve imported all active users from the old, original database of counter.li.org.
I now want to ask you to come to the new project, to login with your old, known access data and then to update your personal data and your Linux machines.
– Your counter.li.org number is: 81778
– The url to the new project: http://linuxcounter.net
With this number and your password, you are able to also login to the new project. If you don’t know your password anymore, you will be able to request a new password from the lost password page. To access this page, you have to click on “Login”. There you’ll find the link to the lost password page.
If you have problems accessing the new project or with the login, then don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com.
If you find a bug or have other problems with the project, then please visit http://trac.linuxcounter.net, our new wiki and bugtracker.
So if you have found a bug or have feature requests or wishes, don’t hesitate to register on the wiki and file ticket in the bugtracker.
This new project now also has a twitter account! So please follow us:
And one more thing: We also have an rss 2.0 feed that shows you the most recent changes and new from the project:
So, please come to http://linuxcounter.net, login and update your data.
Thanks in advance!