Marcin Szamotulski wrote:
> I have seen an email that the download counters at vim.org are not
> updating some time ago, and as far as I can see it is the case of my
> plugin (http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2945). Usually
> after I publish a new version I have quite a few new downloads, and
> still a download rate from other sources (sourceforge, git) is quite
> high (only last week was 100 downloads), so I think the download counter
> at vim.org is indeed down.
> Also since from time to time I record the karma points there was
> a strange behaviour:
> 557/159 2387 at 26 IX 2012
> 574/155 2594 at 19 I 2013
> That means I have 17 karma points more and 4 votes less :).
> From 19 of January the karma and downloads hasn't changed at all.
I have noticed that the script download counters no longer work.
I haven't had time to find out why.
It's strange, since everything else seems to work.
Perhaps Sourceforge upgraded PHP.
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