superseriousstats is a small and efficient program for creating a Web page with statistics from various types of IRC logs. It keeps track of its parse history and only processes new activity before storing any accumulated data in a SQLite or MySQL database. It is suitable for high volume IRC channels and large log archives, and is relatively easy to integrate with IRC services (e.g. bots) that interact with the database and provide last seen information and many other statistics directly in your channel.
|Tags||IRC Statistics Log Analysis Chat|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Implementation||HTML PHP MySQL SQLite 3|
Release Notes: A relatively small update with some important bugfixes. Most notably, the use of PHP's anonymous functions has been removed to eliminate problematic memory leaks. A new feature enables users to display a picture on their pages.
Release Notes: This is the first update and bugfix release for the SQLite branch of superseriousstats. The database layout has been simplified, and queries are changed to work correctly with the latest version of SQLite3. New features include extensive user rankings and indicators on the main page depicting changes in user ranks each month.
Release Notes: This release makes use of SQLite instead of MySQL, which was the RDBMS of choice in prior versions. One minor requested feature was added: the ability to exclude nicks from the stats page.
Release Notes: Notable changes are the addition of parser support for the HexChat, LimeChat, and Textual IRC clients. Parts of the code have been simplified, which led to several bugs being caught and fixed. Configuration should now be easier, and allows for better customization. The output pages have been changed to HTML5/CSS3.
Release Notes: This release adds several new features, including projected line counts, milestones, and parser support for nodelog logs. The codebase has been slimmed down considerably, removing many unnecessary checks and catches dating back to old irrelevant ideology. Along with some bugfixes, this release brings better disk I/O and smaller database sizes.