[Deploying Sakai] Site Stats

Feliz Gouveia fribeiro at ufp.edu.pt
Tue Jul 23 14:22:35 PDT 2013

We use the timestamp of last visit and mark the sites as inactive if a
certain time has elapsed. If a site is considered active, we also
check if the events in the site are meaningful (like uploading
resources), otherwise a spurious visit might prevent the site from
being marked inactive.

If I remember we used a couple of scripts, maybe António Couto can send them.

regards, Feliz

On 23 July 2013 17:00, Duvall, Kevin (kmd4pj)
<kmd4pj at eservices.virginia.edu> wrote:
> Greetings.
> I am Kevin Duvall, a project manager at ITS at the University of Virginia. I
> have a question about the admin tool capabilities of Site Stats. We are
> currently looking at methods to clean up abandoned collaboration sites, and
> I was wondering if the Site Stats tool has that capability (We do not have
> the tool implemented in our Sakai instance.). Specifically, I was hoping
> that the tool could deliver a date of last access by site for the entire
> Sakai instance. From this report, we could then send targeted emails to
> collaboration site owners who have “abandoned” sites.
> Thank you,
> Kevin Duvall
> Project Manager and Executive Assistant to the Interim CIO
> University of Virginia
> kmd4pj at eservices.virginia.edu
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Feliz Ribeiro Gouveia

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